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Old 02-27-2012, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New PC BUILT-CRASHES!!Probably RAM Issues

Hello People..I am newbie here(nab),nice to meet you!!!!!! I am here to take information and help troubleshoot problems....

Well i have a problem, with my new pc... In the first 2,5 weeks it works perfectly running photoshop cs5,5,Lineage 2 for 4+hours continuously and all were going very well...
Suddenly the last 5 days my system start crashing very often,and in some cases before windows log in after windows log in,and some times after log in explorer.exe and aero crashes and system automatically reboot..Well first i thought it was the SEAGATE hard drive because it was the only old part i have kept from my laptop. So i go to buy a new hdd..I installed the Windows 7 64bit(Ultimate-cracked) using a usb flash..Everything ok the system restart for the first log in and BSOD.I restart it BSOD again..I connected Disconected nothing.Only 2 options start windows or recovery both dont work... I thought my new WESTERN DIGITAL HDD it has problem so i get it in my friends computer and tried i pass the windows EVERYTHING WORKED FINE, i take it to my PC and BSOD....

Well i find the problem is in my RAM because with one of the two RAM the computer does not bsod with the seagate hdd but with both rams(as it was in the begining) it will probably crash...I try everything i change the place of rams,the channels everything.....

And now i am using only the one bsod at all, but when i play L2 overheat and bsod in about 10 minutes

BSOD Problems: dxgmms1.sys , ntfs,sys , page_fault_in_nonpaged_area ,

System : Power Supply : Corsair GS 600 W
Motherboard : ASUS Sabertooth P67
HDD : Seagate Momentus 5400.6 250GB - Western Digital 5000AVKX-635FYO 500GB
CPU : Intel i7 2600K NOT OC
VGA : GeForce GTS 250
RAM : 8Gb (2X4Gb) Corsair Vengeance(Black) 1600hz . 9-9-9-24 . 1.5 V CMZ8GXEM2A1600C9
OS : Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate Cracked

I am waiting your great answers people!!!

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Old 02-27-2012, 05:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: New PC BUILT-CRASHES!!Probably RAM Issues

What is the BSOD stop code? 0x0000**

Also, I wouldn't use a 5400 on a desktop. Shouldn't matter now, but in the future.

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Old 02-27-2012, 06:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah i will keep it as a back up...

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