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post #1 of 11
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I've got this incredibly annoying problem.

Rig:
i3 550
H55M-USB3 F11
Mushkin 1600 CL9 (running 1333 CL9) 1.5v
MSI HD 5750

And I get MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD at least once a day, I've swapped every hardware in the computer(except the graph card), reinstalled OS, yet I still get this error. What in the world could be causing this?

In advance, thanks.
post #2 of 11
Did you run memtest86+?
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MemTest 86+ ran +20hrs without any problems.
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On individual sticks or all at the same time?
    
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How full is your HDD?
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On individual sticks or all at the same time?
I concur. If they all pass, I'm wondering if you divided by zero.
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post #7 of 11
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Hard drive is 30% full, both chips have ran memtes86 individually as well.

This problem is the worst headache I've had for months..
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Then you need to debug the mini dumps and find out what is causing the BSOD.
    
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post #9 of 11
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I guess thats my last step, but this is so strangle since this happened once or twice a day, I updated the BIOS from F7 to F11, after that it didn't BSOD for 5 days. Than all out of sudden same BSOD like I used to get, I checked out the BIOS to see if I got that "Overclocking or voltages" failure window when I enter the M.I.T, nothing. So I restart the computer again and than it pops up.

Thanks for the hints guys, rep is going up but if anyone thinks he/she has the answer, than please post it.
post #10 of 11
CULLEN,

Post your mini dumps here for us (or me) and I can quickly debug what's causing the BSOD. You can find them in C:\\Windows\\Minidump\\ . Unless of course you don't have things setup to write a dump file on fatal errors.
    
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