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Reset CMOS, re-formatted hardrive, stock settings CPU 3.4ghz, and rounding error p95?

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Reset CMOS, re-formatted C and D drives, fresh windows 7 ultimate. Left everything-EVERYTHING stock on computer. Was running prime 95 today after firefox crashed, which I found odd....

'FATAL ERROR - ROUNDING balhbalh LESS THAN EXPECTED " ETC...


What the hell? Before this, I was overclocked to 3.7ghz with NB overclocked to 2400Mhz.

I must have corrupted my Operating system, because after a while, everything would crash and blue screen and I couldn't even boot to windows after like 3 weeks.

so re-formatted.

Why is it still doing this? On stock settings? Should I pop the battery out and re-format again? When I reformatted, I left the SYSTEM RESERVE partions there, should I delete those? Something I'm missing?
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Could be due to windows instability, does everything else run fine? Also make sure that the memory is running at its specified settings, bios defaults do not always match mem spd values. Make sure the latency values ( specially CR should be 2T ) matches to their spd ratings. You can check spd for specified speed (1333MHz) in the cpuz spd tab.
    
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OK OK, I left everything on AUTO, including memory, because I wanted to make sure it runs on stock, so I'll go back and configure RAM settings.


This is the way it usually starts, Firefox or ieexporer start to crash, then I boot up the computer the next day and everything crashes, and before I know it, I can't boot to the desktop....

It happened like 3weeks ago, but Imostly use my laptop now for school, so I just kept booting on to my desktop and using the computer even though I had an insane amount of errors and the computer would crash. I just kept using it though, since I would only need it for like 5 min since again, I use my laptop mostly.

..got to the point where I couldn't get to my desktop a few days ago, so reformattted everything, now on stock settings and its still unstable.

So this is where I'm at.

Ill try what you said, after I re-format all over again. Thank you.
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Set everything to manually, everything on auto is not stock, ussually it is over excessive on voltages and not always on point, such as timings for RAM etc...
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I'd test the memory first if I were you. Run a few passes of Memtest86+. No matter how many times you format/install, it'll be for nothing if the memory is bad.
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