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help me with this BSOD please!!!!!!

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March 6, 2011 5:58:48 AM

HI,

i get a memory management blue screen only when shutting down my pc,

i just reinstalled windows 7 ultimate x64 and im installing programs, drivers etc.

i never had this problem before!this is the first time this happens to me! :ouch: 

here is the minidump file:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YZ02NNRR

thanks for reading!

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March 6, 2011 1:13:07 PM

You got the blue screen after you reinstalled the operating system? Or did it happen before you reinstalled the operating system?

Also I've tried clicking on your link and its saying that its unavailable. :( 
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March 7, 2011 7:07:25 PM

database_89 said:
You got the blue screen after you reinstalled the operating system? Or did it happen before you reinstalled the operating system?

Also I've tried clicking on your link and its saying that its unavailable. :( 


yes i got it after doing a fresh install.
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March 7, 2011 7:08:57 PM

anonymous1 said:
Have you run Memtest over night?

http://www.memtest86.com/

no, but just in case that my ram becomes faulty how can i fix it? i overclocked my cpu btw.
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March 7, 2011 7:20:15 PM

1. Don't over clock anything until you have verified your system is stable.

2. Run memtest http://memtest.org/ overnight, if it fails, return the RAM for a replacement.
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March 7, 2011 8:15:42 PM

Since he is running Windows 7 he can use the memory diagnostics tool built into Windows. MdSched.exe
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March 7, 2011 9:46:24 PM

Overclcoking causes many BSOD. Set all settings to stock and see if it still happens. If it doesn't then your overclock settings were bad and need more tweaking. ALSO if your overclock settings are bad they can cause memtest to fail. So it's import to test your ram first with the computer at stock settings and then again with overclocked settings. I had a similar problem and I just had to adjust my muliplyer for from 334 to 333.
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March 8, 2011 2:42:30 AM

thlillyr said:
Overclcoking causes many BSOD. Set all settings to stock and see if it still happens. If it doesn't then your overclock settings were bad and need more tweaking. ALSO if your overclock settings are bad they can cause memtest to fail. So it's import to test your ram first with the computer at stock settings and then again with overclocked settings. I had a similar problem and I just had to adjust my muliplyer for from 334 to 333.


my overclock is stable, but apparently, this was the only time this BSOD happened i just dont want it to happen again!

i runned the memory tests and everything seems to be fine! WTF?

here is my minidump:

http://hotfile.com/dl/109236489/24df9f9/030511-26125-01...

http://hotfile.com/dl/109236489/24df9f9/030511-26125-01.dmp.html

i hope any of those links might work :p 

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP EVERYONE! :D 
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