BSOD's

forevernights

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As of late the increasing amount of BSOD's has been annoying the shit outta me. All the errors point to a 'memory' problem. But I'm not convinced it's my RAM. I have ran numerous memory checkors but I haven't come accross one that gives any problems or checks my Video Cards memory.

So I've come to the conclusion that its my video card that may be causing the problems. I just want some feedback from some of the more experienced computer 'experts' out there.

These are the following BSOD's I've been getting:

0x00000050, 0x0000008E, 0x0000000A, 0x0000007F, 0x0000007E


Also, as of late my monitor won't turn on sometimes and my computer restarts by itself.

I have also uninstalled all my video card drivers, and set the hardware acceleration down to none and turned off Write Combining, but the errors still come.

Also I haven't updated my BIOS in a while, but I doubt it cause all these problems.
 

Dishdog

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does your MOBO(motherboard) have intergraded video. if so take out your graphic card and use the intergreded video and see if you still have problems.
 
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