Windows Vista 64 bit and FX 8800 GTX BSOD's problem!Plz help

:'( Hi guys.Im really angry and couldnt find any info how to solve that problem,which i have.
My PC is: Intel Core Duo 6400;
FX 8800GTX;
2GB RAM Corsair 4:4:4:12
P5B deluxe mainboard.

So the problem is: when i load my OS on the start up it crashes with BSODs and the system reloads and here i can see the problem ,which describes that:

Problem's sygnatures:
The name of problem event: BlueScreen
Version of ОS: 6.0.6000.
Language Code: 1058

The files, which describe the problem (some files couldnt exist more)

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 3b
BCP1: 00000000C0000005
BCP2: FFFFF80001C46D30
BCP3: FFFFF98013CAB800
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_0_6000
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1
Server information: 6dbd1a99-3b08-4642-b878-4abba6edd272

Plz!Anybody,tell me what to do or at least explain me what is the problem of this damn occurance.Course i have that problem 2-3 times from 6 PC's launchs!Be so kind...
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  1. BSOD is usually caused by memory.. either your memory is not getting enough voltage for its clock settings or it is failing..

    This is probably not a problem with Vista or your video card.
  2. So what can u advice me to do?I have 2 GB RAM Corsair 4:4:4=12.What to do to avoid Blue Screen?
  3. Are you overclocking at all?

    I'm not very familiar with bios on your motherboard.. but you need to be sure that the memory voltage is at least 2.1v.. defualt is 1.8v so you need +0.3v...

    You could also post your problem in the hardware->homemade build forum, for more hits.
  4. Nope!I had nothing to do with overlocking!And as i told that problem occurs 2-3 times from 6 startups!
  5. Well then it does seem that the memory is not being given enough voltage.. go into bios and check how much voltage is being given to the memory.
  6. I want to say that before buying Windows Vista my PC worked with XP for 3 weeks and had no problems with BSOD's.So?
  7. Anytime you OC, you have the chance of the hardware/OS not reporting things in synch like they should. Look in the hardware section and you will find several OCers who have complained that Vista OC is close but not exactly the same as XP. Most of the time there is no issue, but every once in a while with certain chips Vista won't accept the setting. Maybe they will know how you can get back to a base to see if it is your OC settings.
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