BSOD SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION and IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

kemical

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#41
Oh you wrote 'Seatools' Henk... I misread and took it as chkdsk. Yes it is perhaps a good idea at some point but as you can see we kinda got the culprit. (hopefully)
 


bochane

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#42
One by one, easy does it!
 


#43
I am running 4 ram stick.
 


kemical

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#44
Did you buy them as a kit? What i mean is RAM is usually sold in packs of 2 or 4 and are matched in the factory so don't be tempted to buy individual sticks.
 


#45
There were already 2 in the PC when I bought it and i bought another pack of 2 afterwards.
 


kemical

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#46
Ok understood. You could always test the matched pairs individually meaning test the original pair together and then the newly bought pair or are you just gonna buy 4 new sticks?
 


#47
Well, I bought the new pair a few months ago, and the BSOD started not so long after (I never had any BSOD before) so I'm pretty sure that it is coming from these 2 sticks, so I'm just going to buy a new pair.
 


kemical

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#48
Well best of luck with it all. If you get any other issues pop back.. :)
 


#49
Thanks for all your help !
I don't think that I'll have the time to change the pair any soon, but I'll let you know how it went and if the BSOD stopped.
 


kemical

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#50
Your welcome and hope all goes well with the new hardware. I wouldn't leave the faulty RAM installed tho as you don't really want to be blue screening.
 


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