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    will do cybercore. I've also loaded default bios settings, and the discrepency pointed out by you with regards to the timing of the RAM using RAMMon still exists. So it's probably a RAM issue causing the BSODs?
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    Hi cybercore, Attached are the S.M.A.R.T reports. EIST? where do i turn it on? I'll go load bios defaults now.
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    Hi, what test should I run using HDDScan? Meanwhile, I'm attaching some stuff here. I'll get the rest asap.
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    Hi, Today I experienced another BSOD, after about a week of stability or so. I've taken cybercore's advice, removed avg, installed MSE. Installed drivers for my realtek from my motherboard site. I think this is a different BSOD though. I have attached the minidump.
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    Thank you so much cybercore for your assistance, I'll post back here to give an update :) sorry for asking so many questions!
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    Hi cybercore, the realtek in my Device manager shows Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) Should I use...
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    okay sure. in the device manager i saw that my realtek is RTL8168C (P) / 8111(P). the site that you gave only shows: RTL8110SC(L) RTL8110S-32/RTL8110SB(L)/RTL8169SB(L)/RTL8169SC(L) RTL8169 (RTL8110SC(L)) Are they compatible? I also found the following...
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    hi cybercore, Thanks alot for your help. Just a quick question, why replace AVG with MSE? And also I have gone to Device Manager and updated the drivers by right clicking -> update software driver. is that sufficient? Thanks for your help :)
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    Hi guys I've tried debugging, but I'm not sure. I turned on my comp, typed in password, went to toilet, came back and it had already restarted. So I thought, fine. Continues to let it boot up again, typed in password, used it for a bit and it crashes again! This time I saw a BSOD. I've gotten...
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