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July 21, 2010 8:53:40 AM

Hi guys, I just bought my new pc for gaming and multimedia purposes in last month.
My setup is
Mobo Gigabyte GA-EX-58A-UD5
processor Intel i7-930 (2.8 ghz)No OC
GPU Sapphire ATI RADEON 5770 1 gb no OC
RAM Corsair 3 sticks each of 2 gb
HDD WD green 500 gb
OS Window XP 64 bit & Window 7 32 bit

My system is getting problem in both OS.
In XP it shows blue screen with MSG that some error occurred. If this happens 1st then restart or uninstall your newly installed hardware or software.
In Window 7 it just hanged severely and only get to work when it is rebooted.
Please help me I spend Rs 85000 on it and not wanted to spend more money. I have installed all latest version updates of all my hardware. Pls give suggestions.

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July 21, 2010 1:07:57 PM

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Please specify what RAM you have. Check to make sure you have the RAM voltage set correctly and that your motherboard supports the RAM's voltage.



I have 3*2GB each Corsair DDR3 1333 MHz . And it is compatible with the mobo.
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July 21, 2010 2:20:30 PM

Have you always had these problems on this system?

As it occurs in both os's, it seems like a hardware problem, maybe like zipzoomflyhigh suggests, the ram.

Try running a memtest 86+ ram test. Goto their site and there you should find downloadable content to make a bootable cd or floppy (floppy is easier but I guess you don't have it anymore)
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July 21, 2010 4:45:32 PM

Nils said:
Have you always had these problems on this system?

As it occurs in both os's, it seems like a hardware problem, maybe like zipzoomflyhigh suggests, the ram.

Try running a memtest 86+ ram test. Goto their site and there you should find downloadable content to make a bootable cd or floppy (floppy is easier but I guess you don't have it anymore)


No, It does not occur frequently but almost once in a day in XP but in window 7 it happens when I just open a big file or playing games. Is it may be any problem with os or its updates.
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July 21, 2010 5:45:32 PM

I suggest you try testing the ram first. If its possible do a reinstall of XP and make sure you do a full format of the partition before installing. Then get the latest drivers for your motherboard and vga and see if the problem still lasts.
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July 21, 2010 11:04:39 PM

in xp. only install xp again,thts solution.i was having same problem bt i m ok nw
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32 bit version is nt best if u use ram more than 3 gb,u must install vista or win 7 of 64 bit
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July 22, 2010 11:14:55 AM

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how could that pc be of 85000.my pc with xfx5850-rs16000.Intel Q9550-Rs15000.Intel dg43nb board.-Rs5000.Ram 4gbZeon-5000.cavair black 1Tb-Rs5500.case.coolermaster elite 310-1500.coolermaster extremepower 600watt-3500.Lg lcd monitor-7000.lg dvd-1200.This pc cost me around 60000.

anyway i think ur ram is causing problem Try taking one of them .


Bro you are right instead of CPU only I bought one 23"samsung full hd lcd monitor of price Rs 14000and 5.1 speakers of rs 3400 approx and a ups of double battery Rs 3000 and mine is cooler master 690 not 310 so do u get it or not bro.. That price is of my full setup not only of cpu..
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July 22, 2010 4:04:43 PM

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I think he is in denial that his memory is the problem.

Indeed. Memtest should be first on his troubleshooting list. Then reinstall of os.
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July 28, 2010 11:28:49 AM

Hi i just test my memory with windows diagnostic tool and its status shows some sort of problem in my hardware but it does not show me any result while i just logged in. Tell me what to do should i call my hardware manufacture but I am not totally sure about any problem as I told u that I did not get any status report after logged in....Replay quickly........please....
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July 29, 2010 10:13:08 AM

Here is the msg box I got after the blue screen error.
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July 30, 2010 7:01:20 PM

Doesn't look like a memory test. It just reports that your system suffered a BSOD (blue screen of death). This can be caused by faulty ram, but also a whole bunch of other things.

Get memtest 86+ on a bootable floppy or cd and run it during the night.
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August 1, 2010 4:22:39 AM

Best answer selected by Akash Nain.
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