I downloaded memtest and it booted,and it automatically started scanning so I didn't have an option for the number of passes went to configuration and still couldn't find any anywhere, am I missing it? It did run 1 std which I suppose is a standard test and it didn't have any errors. I have ran this program on other computers before but I thought I did have the option of number of passes. Any ideas, maybe I'm just missing something.
With the CD in the drive, or the USB key inserted, reboot your computer. Memtest will immediately start testing as soon as it boots. No attendance is needed. Let it run until at least 10 passes are completed, or errors are found (whichever comes first). The longer you run it, the better. 10 passes will take you approximately 10 hours.
The only way I could get Memory Clock Value or Limit --> 667 was to change timing mode to Manual, I just wanted to mention I did do that and I am trying to still get the cpu-z and logs once I can get windows to stay on long enough to get them ran.
I have been trying to get those screenshots but haven't been able to get them, is there any program that i can get this info that will run in safe mode, because that is the only way i can get the computer to stay on long enough to get this info and cpu-z won't give me the info we need in safe mode, I have even tried running it as admin. I did manage to get the screenshot of the memory section in regular mode, but did have time to safe it before the computer shut down. Well let me know,thanks a lot.
glad to see I am able to access your site again, haven't been able to for the last 2 days, anyway I did try one stick at a time and they both freeze or do the bsod by theirselves too. Last night since I haven't been able to access the site, I messed with it till 3 this morning. I did decide to intall my new video card I bought awhile back. I also did install the service pack you had listed on your site before that too. After installing my new video card though I was finally able to get all the nvidia video drivers off the computer without bluescreening, buttt I have kind of fan into a new problem. When starting up in regular mode and it says signing on my screen doesn't display right and it sorta looks like a checker board. I do have a power supply on the way, I don't know if that could be a part of my new problem or not. The computer does shut down after it goes to the checker board thing, but I can't see any blue screen or anything. I would really appreciate your input, thanks a lot.