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New build BSOD while installing windows 7.

I'm currently trying to install windows on my crucial mx100 512gb ssd drive, and I crash to BSOD every time at around 70 or so percent. The error code is

STOP: 0x00000024 (0x00000000001904FB, 0xFFFFF88002C56F08, 0xFFFFF88002C56760, 0xFFFFF88001EFD0F4)

NTFS.SYS - Address FFFFF88001EFD0F4 base at FFFFF88001E5C000, DateStamp 4ce792f9

I have every option about sata that I could find turned to AHCI.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

specs:

I7 4790k

Crucial ballistix 2x8

Crucial mx100 512gb ssd

Gigabyte z97x ud3h with latest update

Msi frozr Gtx 780
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    Ray Wonder said:
    I'm currently trying to install windows on my crucial mx100 512gb ssd drive, and I crash to BSOD every time at around 70 or so percent. The error code is

    STOP: 0x00000024 (0x00000000001904FB, 0xFFFFF88002C56F08, 0xFFFFF88002C56760, 0xFFFFF88001EFD0F4)

    NTFS.SYS - Address FFFFF88001EFD0F4 base at FFFFF88001E5C000, DateStamp 4ce792f9

    I have every option about sata that I could find turned to AHCI.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    specs:

    I7 4790k

    Crucial ballistix 2x8

    Crucial mx100 512gb ssd

    Gigabyte z97x ud3h with latest update

    Msi frozr Gtx 780


    Could be the ram. Did you flash the bios before this BSOD?
  2. It crashed, I flashed it, and it crashed again.
  3. Ray Wonder said:
    It crashed, I flashed it, and it crashed again.


    And the ram?? You'll need to make a bootable CD or USB and put memtest to test out the ram. It can happen.
  4. I'm going to try a single stick, if it doesn't work I'll switch it for the other stick.
  5. I used one stick, and the same thing happened. I switched to the other, and it works. I guess I got a faulty stick. I'm up and running, replying to you on it. Not a crash since. You were right sir.
  6. Ray Wonder said:
    I used one stick, and the same thing happened. I switched to the other, and it works. I guess I got a faulty stick. I'm up and running, replying to you on it. Not a crash since. You were right sir.


    Good to hear. Now just contact Crucial and get a replacement. You can still install your OS with the 1 stick while you get the other replaced.
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