BSOD while using more power

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kemical

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#2
Hi,

I checked through your dmp files and you need to update your drivers. The motherboard manufacturers web site is carrying later versions of what you have installed so please update everything particularly the network driver and intel chipset driver/smart connect driver.
 


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I just replaces the ram to another one and seems like the problem is solved. So it appears that i'll have to send it for warranty or service. Is it possible that this could be the problem? I forgot to mention that BSoD error was Memory Management
 


kemical

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I did see a memory management bsod but they can sometimes be thrown up by a driver. That's why I wanted you to make sure all drivers were current before moving on.
Anyway you have made my job a little easier.. :) You can test your RAM using the app found here:

Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool

Only test one stick at a time so to determine which if any is the bad stick and run for at least 7/8 passes.
 


#5
I had only one stick of ram so i don't have to run the test. Its quite obvious which one is it ;)
Anyway thanks for your help
 


kemical

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#6
LOL.. cool. Ok glad to know at least you got the culprit..
 


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