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0x0000001a MEMORY MANAGEMENT Help

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May 17, 2014 4:48:50 PM

Sorry I have no idea where to post this because its my first time posting here.

For the past year and a half I've been getting these blue screen errors and can't find the source of the issue. I'm not the most computer savvy guy around but I know a bit about computers and do my research before asking for help.

I've tried some basic fixes and still no luck at this point. This problem is getting very bad now a days and my computer is getting this error every day at least 2-5 times a day.

I just noticed that I had forgotten to upgrade my power supply when installing a new video card into this computer. So maybe that is the issue? I'm not really to sure, if anyone could help me I'd really appreciate it. Thanks.

30mins into the memtest

http://imgur.com/XIV2SAD
a c 330 à CPUs
May 17, 2014 4:54:22 PM

Memory management typically points to ram issues. I would run memtest for a few hours 4+, and if you can try different ram or individual sticks.
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May 17, 2014 4:58:43 PM

Okay. I'm not to sure which one to download though.
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May 17, 2014 5:07:31 PM

Gam3r01 said:
Memory management typically points to ram issues. I would run memtest for a few hours 4+, and if you can try different ram or individual sticks.


Okay actually I figured it out. So I'm not to sure how to do this though. I put it on a usb stick then what?

Edit: Okay nvm I actually found out how to boot it up. Ill post a screenshot after.
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a c 330 à CPUs
May 17, 2014 5:45:49 PM

Good to hear you got it working, ill wait on the shots.
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May 17, 2014 5:59:25 PM

Gam3r01 said:
Good to hear you got it working, ill wait on the shots.


Heres a 30min screenshot in.

http://imgur.com/XIV2SAD

So I'm guessing I should just replace my 2sticks of ram at this point?
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a c 330 à CPUs
May 17, 2014 6:30:35 PM

Try taking one out, and run it over, if it errors again, swap sticks.
This takes a while, but it does save some money. But yes, the faulty ram will need to be replaced, that dosent mean all of it will.
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May 17, 2014 6:56:49 PM

Gam3r01 said:
Try taking one out, and run it over, if it errors again, swap sticks.
This takes a while, but it does save some money. But yes, the faulty ram will need to be replaced, that dosent mean all of it will.


Okay I did this and it I've been logged on for like 20mins now without a crash so hopefully it's fixed. Thanks for your help man! Much appreciated!!
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