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hello

im having issues with my memory it passes windows memory test and memtest 86

but it still gives me a bluescreen when idle at the desktop A1 saying Memory Management then reboots and runs find after what could mean

any input will be helpful
Edited by III-Kill-ZonE-III - 1/6/11 at 10:58am
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If it is a ram prob, you can try taking ram sticks out one at a time until it stops BSODing. Make sure to reconfigure the ram you leave in as recommended by your mobo specs.
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If you hit:
* windows key + pause
* click advanced system settings
* startup and recovery, settings
* under system failure, uncheck the box automatically restart.

This will allow you to write down the code and post it here. I just did a quick glance over your pc specs and i see you have 12gig of ram and only using 1.40volts to power all 12gig of ram?
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If it is a ram prob, you can try taking ram sticks out one at a time until it stops BSODing. Make sure to reconfigure the ram you leave in as recommended by your mobo specs.
i will give it a go thanks for your input i was starting to think is was a dimm slot anyways thanks for the input
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Originally Posted by KILLER_K View Post
If you hit:
* windows key + pause
* click advanced system settings
* startup and recovery, settings
* under system failure, uncheck the box automatically restart.

This will allow you to write down the code and post it here. I just did a quick glance over your pc specs and i see you have 12gig of ram and only using 1.40volts to power all 12gig of ram?
ya it says 1.40 on the sticks ive tryed the 1.65v still safe and it does the same thing

ill also give this a go once more posts come
thanks again
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What qpi voltage are you running for all 12gig in the bios? Would you happen to have a link to that ram handy also?
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What qpi voltage are you running for all 12gig in the bios? Would you happen to have a link to that ram handy also?
qpi is auto due to no overclocking at this time
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