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BSOD while computer under heavy load/browsing the internet

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  • Windows 7
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Last response: in Windows 7
October 4, 2013 10:40:06 PM

Hello people of Tom's Hardware!
Recently, I have been having a few problems with my computer, and I was wondering if you guys could help.

Whenever I try to download a game from steam, or I try to use multiple tabs on my internet browser, I get a BSOD. This can be very annoying if I am trying to do homework or trying to have fun with friends.

I am getting a few types of BSODs, all of which are posed below. I am not sure if they have any correlation, but any help is appreciated.

Computer stats:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54806778/Computer/D...

BSODs:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54806778/Computer/0...
(In the zip are all the different BSOD dumps that I am getting, and a .txt with all my blue screens in the past 30 days)

Thank you for all your help, and I hope to heard back ASAP.

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October 4, 2013 10:48:33 PM

try running memtest from a boot disk. if it shows a failure try removing some ram to see if it a bad stick. make sure your mb bios is up to date. run cpu-z read your ram info and spd. check with the mb vendor to see if your ram on the vendor qal list. older 775 mb did not like 1066 ram. under load they cause bsod due to timing issues.
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October 4, 2013 10:55:28 PM

smorizio said:
try running memtest from a boot disk. if it shows a failure try removing some ram to see if it a bad stick. make sure your mb bios is up to date. run cpu-z read your ram info and spd. check with the mb vendor to see if your ram on the vendor qal list. older 775 mb did not like 1066 ram. under load they cause bsod due to timing issues.


I have run memtest before, I got 1 error with all the sticks in, but when i tried them individually, no problems came up. Is there any way for me to check if my bios is up to date? I will also run cpu-z to ream my ram info and spd.

Any more help is appreciated
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October 5, 2013 11:30:40 AM

I thought I might post my computer hardware so you guys can see if there is anything wrong/wont work with each other.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54806778/Computer/o...

I also noticed that my motherboard only runs DDR3 2200(O.C.) /1866(O.C.) /1600/1333, while my ram sticks are 1066. (Note that I have been running this computer perfectly for about a year now.)

Link to ram: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=20-231-...

Link to motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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October 5, 2013 1:21:08 PM

smorizio said:
try running memtest from a boot disk. if it shows a failure try removing some ram to see if it a bad stick. make sure your mb bios is up to date. run cpu-z read your ram info and spd. check with the mb vendor to see if your ram on the vendor qal list. older 775 mb did not like 1066 ram. under load they cause bsod due to timing issues.


I did not get any errors with memtest86
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