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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by Drummerman43, Nov 24, 2010.
Even 1 error means to replace the RAM. So...replace the RAM entirely with a brand new matching set.
Is there any possible way it could be my motherboard? I think I'll test one stick at a time (if possible) in each slot to see who the real culprit is... Is this possible, or does it depend on the board and ram?
The memory is defective. Best results will be gained by replacing with an entire new matching set. If you leave old memory and install new along with it, even if the old module remaining wasn't one of the bad ones, you're still asking for future problems very much. If you want the machine to work well, it can't be any more simple. Junk the old RAM and install only new RAM.
Thank you, I think I'm gonna buy some GSKILL :]