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Earlier today I turned on my computer just to get the dreaded blue-screen-of-death.

{A problem has occured with windows and needs to shut down to prevent damage to your computer} {Begining dump of physical memory} One of my friends told me that it could be my ram....but the screen told me that if it was the first time I have seen this just ignore it.

What should I do?

Edit: Sorry this should be in the AMD ram section....
    
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If it constantly starts up when booting try switching out your ram with something else and test each stick at a time or pull it out all togethere since your harddrive should have ram "space" i guess you should call it on there already. It will be hella slow but if it works like that then you know its your ram.
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