Blue screen error.

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  1. philwhite

    philwhite New Member

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    Occasionally i get the dreaded blue screen when usung Vista Ultimate 64bit
    This can happen at any time and not during running anything specific.
    The message is MEMORY_MANAGEMENT.

    My system specs are as follows as someone may know the cure!!!
    Windows Vista Ultimate 64bit with SP1
    Gigabyte GA-X48T-DQ6 mainboard
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 2.5ghz
    8 gig of OCZ Reaper X PC10666 10333mhz memory. 4 Dimm's of 2gig each.
    Nvidia MSI N9800GX2 graphics
    Coolermaster Real Power 1250watt PSU

    All equipment is brand new and this problem is a real pain.

    Someone may be asking is the memory i have fitted in the list of memory supported by the mobo manufacturer. Well this specific memory i am using is not but the spec of it is if this helps.

    Phil.
     
  2. philwhite

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    Oops i made a typo!!! the memory is 1333 and NOT 10333 as mentioned.
     
  3. superbill

    superbill New Member

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    Memory Management is about the of managing of computer memory. In its simpler forms, this involves providing ways to allocate portions of memory to programs at their request, and freeing it for reuse when no longer needed.
    So your first "port of call" should be to check each memory stick by taking one out at a time to see if this solves the problem.
    If you have upgraded or replaced the original memory, try putting back the previous sticks if you still have them.
     

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