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BSOD Irql_not_less_or_equal ntoskrnl.exe (PLEASE HELP!)

So Ive been getting Irql_not_less_or_equal ever since I got my new PC. I've tried everything. New motherboard, New Hard Drive, New Graphics card, and a new power supply. Only thing I havent tried is new ram and a new CPU. Please help.
Computer Specs :
Amd fx 6100
Evga 750ti superclocked
CX750 Corsair power supply
Windows 8.1 OS
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  1. What was the last software you installed before the bsod kicked in?
  2. 6R1M01R3 said:
    What was the last software you installed before the bsod kicked in?


    It's been like this ever since I got this pc. So no new software could have done this. It came and was crashing the second I got on.
  3. If you tried everything, like clean reinstall of OS and drivers, even changed some components yet it keep happening, it could be the RAM. Most BSODs are memory related or because of conflicting drivers.
  4. 6R1M01R3 said:
    If you tried everything, like clean reinstall of OS and drivers, even changed some components yet it keep happening, it could be the RAM. Most BSODs are memory related or because of conflicting drivers.


    I've done all of that multiple times. I'm running memtest now (16gb) how long should I let that run?
  5. So I ran memtest and found 2 errors. Should I buy new ram? Could that solve my crashing issue?
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    XvFalloutvX said:
    So I ran memtest and found 2 errors. Should I buy new ram? Could that solve my crashing issue?


    Pretty much. I wish you had come to Tom's before changing so many parts trying to solve the problem :c
  7. 6R1M01R3 said:
    XvFalloutvX said:
    So I ran memtest and found 2 errors. Should I buy new ram? Could that solve my crashing issue?


    Pretty much. I wish you had come to Tom's before changing so many parts trying to solve the problem :c


    Hey don't worry! I bought some sweet upgrades that I would have purchased in the future anyways! It's perfectly fine! If this fixes it, everything should be alright! :) do you have any suggestions on some fast gaming ram? (preferably 16gb)
  8. XvFalloutvX said:
    6R1M01R3 said:
    XvFalloutvX said:
    So I ran memtest and found 2 errors. Should I buy new ram? Could that solve my crashing issue?


    Pretty much. I wish you had come to Tom's before changing so many parts trying to solve the problem :c


    Hey don't worry! I bought some sweet upgrades that I would have purchased in the future anyways! It's perfectly fine! If this fixes it, everything should be alright! :) do you have any suggestions on some fast gaming ram? (preferably 16gb)


    Hmm, that is a kit of 2x8 Gbs. when choosing ram there are at least 3 things you have to pay in mind:
    Clock speed Mhz
    CAS latency
    Voltage required for it to run at the spec speed.
    Good ram will have high clock speed and low CAS, voltage required.
    Something like this
    2400Mhz CAS 10/2133Mhz CAS 9/1866Mhz CAS 8/1600Mhz CAS 7 @1.5v or lower.
    That is for top tier RAM (Most expensive)
    2400Mhz CAS 11/2133Mhz CAS 10/1866Mhz CAS 9/1600Mhz CAS 8 @1.5v~1.65v
    That is for mainstream performance. I'd recommend to avoid any ram with higher cas than the mentioned above.
    And the most important factor is how much are you willing to spend on it.
  9. 6R1M01R3 said:
    XvFalloutvX said:
    6R1M01R3 said:
    XvFalloutvX said:
    So I ran memtest and found 2 errors. Should I buy new ram? Could that solve my crashing issue?


    Pretty much. I wish you had come to Tom's before changing so many parts trying to solve the problem :c


    Hey don't worry! I bought some sweet upgrades that I would have purchased in the future anyways! It's perfectly fine! If this fixes it, everything should be alright! :) do you have any suggestions on some fast gaming ram? (preferably 16gb)


    Hmm, that is a kit of 2x8 Gbs. when choosing ram there are at least 3 things you have to pay in mind:
    Clock speed Mhz
    CAS latency
    Voltage required for it to run at the spec speed.
    Good ram will have high clock speed and low CAS, voltage required.
    Something like this
    2400Mhz CAS 10/2133Mhz CAS 9/1866Mhz CAS 8/1600Mhz CAS 7 @1.5v or lower.
    That is for top tier RAM (Most expensive)
    2400Mhz CAS 11/2133Mhz CAS 10/1866Mhz CAS 9/1600Mhz CAS 8 @1.5v~1.65v
    That is for mainstream performance. I'd recommend to avoid any ram with higher cas than the mentioned above.
    And the most important factor is how much are you willing to spend on it.

    I bought this. Any good?
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?gclid=CKKGyrLzhL8CFaoDOgodEFwArw&Item=N82E16820231609&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-_-pla-_-Desktop+Memory-_-N82E16820231609&ef_id=U6JMJAAAARWTICco:20140619023412:s
  10. XvFalloutvX said:
    6R1M01R3 said:
    XvFalloutvX said:
    6R1M01R3 said:
    XvFalloutvX said:
    So I ran memtest and found 2 errors. Should I buy new ram? Could that solve my crashing issue?


    Pretty much. I wish you had come to Tom's before changing so many parts trying to solve the problem :c


    Hey don't worry! I bought some sweet upgrades that I would have purchased in the future anyways! It's perfectly fine! If this fixes it, everything should be alright! :) do you have any suggestions on some fast gaming ram? (preferably 16gb)


    Hmm, that is a kit of 2x8 Gbs. when choosing ram there are at least 3 things you have to pay in mind:
    Clock speed Mhz
    CAS latency
    Voltage required for it to run at the spec speed.
    Good ram will have high clock speed and low CAS, voltage required.
    Something like this
    2400Mhz CAS 10/2133Mhz CAS 9/1866Mhz CAS 8/1600Mhz CAS 7 @1.5v or lower.
    That is for top tier RAM (Most expensive)
    2400Mhz CAS 11/2133Mhz CAS 10/1866Mhz CAS 9/1600Mhz CAS 8 @1.5v~1.65v
    That is for mainstream performance. I'd recommend to avoid any ram with higher cas than the mentioned above.
    And the most important factor is how much are you willing to spend on it.

    I bought this. Any good?
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?gclid=CKKGyrLzhL8CFaoDOgodEFwArw&Item=N82E16820231609&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-_-pla-_-Desktop+Memory-_-N82E16820231609&ef_id=U6JMJAAAARWTICco:20140619023412:s


    1600Mhz cas 9, so just average.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233536&cm_re=corsair_vengeance_16gb-_-20-233-536-_-Product
    That one is better IMO.
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