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BSOD memory management error

Last response: in Windows 7
December 4, 2010 5:50:55 AM

Hello I made a thread previously but unfortunatly due to the increasing number of blue screens I was unable to post the error information due to a inability to log in even in safe mode to get the dump file. If anyone could please help me fix this or point me in the right direction I would gladly appreciate it. If any other information is required feel free to request it and thank you in advance. My current computer build is in my profile.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 1a
BCP1: 0000000000041790
BCP2: FFFFFA800137D390
BCP3: 000000000000FFFF
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

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a b $ Windows 7
December 4, 2010 6:03:02 AM

check your ram voltage & check software with memtest86+
a b $ Windows 7
December 4, 2010 3:15:34 PM

tell me more about your RAM configuration, how much and in what configuration.?
if unable to run memtest then physically pulling RAM and re-seating on stick at a time to try and get some stability to run test and that's a way of physically testing RAM in field..
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December 4, 2010 4:00:10 PM

I have four two gb sticks in all slots right now for a total of eight running at 1333. I have the voltage how it was out of the box running at 1.5 volts. I ran memtest and none of the sticks seem defective but I reseated them all anyway. Everything is set to auto in the bios I havent had the chance to run stable let alone start to want to change any settings.

I did have corsair previously which did have a defective stick when the problem first appeared but even after changing to the new pny sticks which so far have passed memtest. I have seen others say after raising the voltage to 1.6 it could fix it but im sketchy on that. I have swapped everything out in this machine at least once in desperation including mobo.
a b $ Windows 7
December 4, 2010 4:28:04 PM

reset the BIOS and/or set back to defaults and test.
December 11, 2010 12:33:43 AM

I reset bios and ran memtest on each stick individualy. All sticks pass test no errors. I put in two sticks and its running stable no bluescreen. I run memtest again no issues. when I ran three sticks or four even with sticks passing memtest it bluescreens. Its making me look at the slots on the mobo but as long as I have two paired it runs fine.
a b $ Windows 7
December 11, 2010 2:12:07 PM

usually it takes a voltage increase to run all slots full of RAM..
it's not optimal to run a full board anyways.
just run two slots in dual channel mode and if you need more RAM then get bigger 2 sticks, not 4..