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January 3, 2010 3:51:17 PM

my computer config is:

Intel Core i7 920 2.67
Kingston DDR3 8GB RAM
MSI n9800GT
Intel DX58SO Motherboard
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
2x500 GB Hitachi hard drivers
ASUS P-55GA 550W power supply

Its today that i switched on my computer after 2 weeks. it was working great at the last time i switched off it and now when i switch on it today, it finely came up to point where it shows windows 7 logo. but unexpectedly then appeared a blue screen and the computer went restart. but after that, it kept showing nothing on the monitor, and every time i switch on it, it came to a certain point and got restarted and kept idle in the same way (not displaying anything on monitor). then i begin to remove and re-insert my RAM cards (one by one; one removed and if there is no positive result, inserted it back in to its slot and gone for the next.), to see if something is wrong with them and the problem was there until i remove my third RAM card. with that removal, computer was running normally. So to verify that that RAM card is having the problem, i shut downed and re inserted that removed RAM card on to the slot and started my PC again. but for my amuse, there was no error then and Windows is running as normal (but it gave me the notification i include below). why is this? is this because of a hardware problem? or is it simply because that i didn't switch it on for two weeks? if yes, is there any special proceeding to start that sort of a PC that is not turned on for weeks? please help me brothers.

the notification Windows gave when it came back to normal :
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Problem signature
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Files that help describe the problem
010310-26765-01.dmp
sysdata.xml
WERInternalMetadata.xml

View a temporary copy of these files
Warning: If a virus or other security threat caused the problem, opening a copy of the files could harm your computer.

Extra information about the problem
BCCode: 24
BCP1: 00000000000C08A2
BCP2: 0000000000000000
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

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January 3, 2010 4:38:42 PM

Check the voltage requirement of your ddr3. 1.65 is the maximum safe voltage for ddr3. Also try changing the memory mapping setting in the bios. If you can get into windows with one stick of ram, you can download memtest, and test each stick individually.
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January 3, 2010 5:38:10 PM

o1die said:
Check the voltage requirement of your ddr3. 1.65 is the maximum safe voltage for ddr3. Also try changing the memory mapping setting in the bios. If you can get into windows with one stick of ram, you can download memtest, and test each stick individually.


no mate.. its one by one i checked the RAM cards. (removed the first one; no positive result;insert it back to its location... removed the second one; no positive result;insert it back to its location... removed the third one; POSITIVE RESULT!!!) but after some time, I re inserted it and it gave no trouble!
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January 3, 2010 5:52:07 PM

I see that you haven't installed Vista's SP1 or SP2 yet. You should.

Wait, are in Windows 7 or Vista?
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