Memory upgrade, BSOD whenever Windows updates are installed .. I have recently added 2x2GB memory modules (G.SKILL F2-6400CL5D-4GBNT) to my desktop. I have noticed once the system is up and running 4x2GB total, I get a BSOD on the first reboot (just past the Win 7 waving logo, right before the login screen) after every windows system update. My recovery procedure was to reboot in safe mode and restore to a point prior to the update. The problem is it didn't turn out to be related to a certain update, but to the fact that system update has installed "any update" (even those not requiring a restart). Once running (after system restore), my desktop is running worry free (with the 8GB) for as long as it takes, through multiple "sleep" and "wake up" and also reboots, no problem whatsoever. In hope to solve this problem I upgraded to the latest motherboard BIOS (GA-MA78GM-US2H (rev. 1.0) ). The 8GB of RAM passed memtest86+ without a problem. Not sure if its a problem with compatibility because removing the two modules (any pair of them, old kensington or new G.SKILL) resolves the issue immediately. Yesterday for some reason recovery isn't seeing my restore points, its wrongfully saying "Windows 7 on D: " which might explain why it can't find any restore points (Windows is installed on C: ). My solution right now is to keep rebooting and crashing till it startup normally. Any help would be appreciated. - View attachment aasoror Seven Forums.rar is the output of running the SF Diagnostic Tool as well as CPU-Z screen shots (memory screen and SPD screen for each memory slot). Thanks again.