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C:\\Windows\\Minidump

^Go there, read the files

follow instructions here: http://windows7themes.net/how-to-ope...windows-7.html

Skip steps 1 & 2; download debugger tools here: http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtoo...g/default.mspx (smaller, faster download)
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Ive had the same issue, RAM is really sensitive and can fail almost instantly after an rma. It could be this or the ram slots. Only ram seems to cause these types of issues. My suggestion, reset All components, test each ram slot with new ram one by one, boot with hirens 1.0 diagnostics and run some ram diagnostics ect, clean ur reg and other ****. Best of luck mate, this **** is really annoying i feel your pain.

EDIT: Clear cmos, and if u have a spare computer test your ram in that to see if u can replicate the issue and to see if ram is working 100%
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Originally Posted by HunT3R.! View Post
I get both at random times
Look at the event log for the errors and see what driver or program is continuosly failing and making you blue screen. I tried WhoCrashed and Windows Debugger but both were telling me "hurr durr it's the kernel", then the event log solved everything.

[quote=anthony92;12443477]Ive had the same issue, RAM is really sensitive and can fail almost instantly after an rma. It could be this or the ram slots. Only ram seems to cause these types of issues. My suggestion, reset All components, test each ram slot with new ram one by one, boot with hirens 1.0 diagnostics and run some ram diagnostics ect, clean ur reg and other ****. Best of luck mate, this **** is really annoying i feel your pain./QUOTE]

95% isn't the ram.
But if you're really concerned about the memory, download memtest86 and let it run for the whole night. I too had the same problem of BSODs and it turned out that it wasn't the ram. It was the *drums rolling duruduruduruduruduruduru* Marvell SATA3 controller.

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reinstall windows
No way, not unless he's tried everything. Also, if the driver is buggy because it's just CRAP and not because it was badly installed, he could reinstall 100 times and still have problems.
     
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Does it still do this even when the PC isn't OC'd??
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Does it still do this even when the PC isn't OC'd??
Yes. In fact, it has been doing it since the day the computer was turned on for the first time

It's not the RAM as memtest86+ passes without any problems.

Reinstalling won't help as I've already reinstalled the windows countless times, some of them due to these very BSODs ******* up the Windows good.

Can it be the Marvell SATA3 controller? I'm suspicious about that one.
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Yes. In fact, it has been doing it since the day the computer was turned on for the first time

It's not the RAM as memtest86+ passes without any problems.

Reinstalling won't help as I've already reinstalled the windows countless times, some of them due to these very BSODs ******* up the Windows good.

Can it be the Marvell SATA3 controller? I'm suspicious about that one.
Look at the event log. If you see that something is constantly repeated in the minutes that you bluescreened, then you have your answer. For me, it was the HORRIBLE Marvell 91xx driver.
     
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Try putting the RAM in different sockets
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Look at the event log. If you see that something is constantly repeated in the minutes that you bluescreened, then you have your answer. For me, it was the HORRIBLE Marvell 91xx driver.
Under "Critical" it says Kernel Power all the time

and under "Errors" I have plenty but the main ones I see are Ntfs (84 times), PNRPSvc (71 times), Microsoft AntiMalware (84 times), service control manager (206 times).
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Try putting the RAM in different sockets
Don't any of you read the rest of the thread? I replaced the whole RAM kit. I tried all the slots. Both kits passed Memtest86+ but the problem persists. This doesn't seem like a RAM Issue.
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Under "Critical" it says Kernel Power all the time

and under "Errors" I have plenty but the main ones I see are Ntfs (84 times), PNRPSvc (71 times), Microsoft AntiMalware (84 times), service control manager (206 times).
Mh I wouldn't know. Just wait for another BSOD, as soon as you boot again watch what time is it, then look at the event log for that precise hour. After it, try googling your results, you might find useful information from someone who had your exact problem
     
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