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Bsod bad pool header

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June 20, 2011 11:43:07 AM

Getting a continuous reboot bad pool header bsod during windows startup on a brand new system. Has been running for one week or so.

I did two things before u got the errors. I ran a windows 7 service pack 1 update. I also plugged in a belkin wireless USB LAN card.
the bsod happens at the windows load screen everytime.
Regardless of what I do I cannot load windows to run a restore.

Things that I've tried
I have unplugged every USB device, bsod
Start up in safe mode, bsod
Safe mode with command prompt bsod
Windows startup repair, bsod
I put in the windows 7 disk for a restore, bsod
Reset bios to fail safes, bsod
I ran memcheck64 two nights ago with zero errors
System temp is 32 CPU temp is 34


I guess I will try to flash the bios as it is a brand new mono. I see bsod after windows updates are common.

System
Mobo - Msi 890fx gd65
CPU- amd phenom II x6 1090t 3.2ghz
Gnu- ati hd radeon 4670
Psi- rosewill extreme 750w
Ram- 16 gb(4x4gb) patriot g2 @1600

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June 21, 2011 12:59:22 PM

Trying giving your memory an tiny bit extra voltage, sometimes running 4 sticks at the deafult voltage isn't enough.
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June 22, 2011 4:34:37 AM

Something went wrong during the bios flash using m-flash. Not getting a post now. Rma'ed through newegg today. Don't think I will trust MSI's M-flash tool in the future.
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June 22, 2011 4:39:09 AM

On a side note I've been using 3.65 volt memory even though my motherboard specs at 3.5
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