This is the problem that my new computer has:
With the last setup (#3), I was getting BSOD all the time while on Windows,
so I decided to format my disk and make a new clean install. Then,
even though the OS disk/files are OK, I even got this message
when I tried to re-install Windows 7 64 bit:
The only way I can get my computer able to work perfectly is this:
I have updated all the devices to the latest drivers, updated BIOS, checked
hardware and memory stability with a series of windows/bootable hardware
testing tools, and there is no faulty hardware on my PC. The case fans provide
excellent cooling conditions inside the case. I'm pretty sure all the hardware
devices are compatible with each other, and I have not OverClocked my system.
Here are my computer specs:
Asus P6T ATX / Intel X58 / Socket 1366 / 6 x DDR3 2000/1866/1800/1600/1333/1066 / IEMP
Intel Pentium Core i7 920 / 2.66Ghz
6GB Ram GEIL (3 sticks x 2GB) / Tripple channerl / DDR3 SDRAM / 1.5V / 1333Mhz / 7-7-7-24
MSI ATI Radeon HD 5770 / 1GB / GDDR5 / DX11
WD Velociraptor 150 GB / 10.000 rpm / SATA 2 / 16MB buffer
Thermaltake 750 PSU
Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
Could you please tell me what could be the problem?
Hi newcomer and welcome to the Tom's hardware forum.
Just for curiosity, Do you read the manual to know the correct way for install the RAM in tri-channel?
I don't think there's need to read the manual just to install there RAMs, the correct way to install triple channel RAM sticks on this motherboard is on slots (A1, B1, and C1) (the orange slots), but I get BSOD continuously and the computer is extremely unstable
Did you try with each stick by itself, and run memtest on it, perhaps you have a bad memory stick?
Hello. Yes I got my pc to run memtest for hours, I have already tested all three RAM sticks and there's nothing wrong with them.
My PC just wont work with 6GB's (A1/B1/C1), it only works good with 4GB's (A1/B1).
Any other thoughts? Thanks a lot for the answers!!
Sounds like your DIMM slot/s is toast. If you can, RMA the mobo.
(Click to consult the online MSDN article.)
This memory management error is usually hardware related. See the General Troubleshooting of STOP Messages checklist above. If this occurs while installing Windows, also check the Windows system requirements including the amount of RAM and disk space required to load the operating system. If none of the above resolves the problem, see the MSDN article linked above for further steps.