Random reboots, check disks, and blue screens

Ok, so, just built my new computer. And it's awsome! Crysis has never run so fast in my life!... But theres a problem.

Everytime, or ever 2nd time i turn on my computer, my system HAS to do a chkdisk. Once it's done, i put in my password. After words, I wait, and my system goes blue screen. This happens about 3 times, before my computer, just works. Nothings wrong, it works perfectly fine, and everything.

I was hoping, maybe it's faulty memory? I don't know. I need help! It's really starting to scare me...


P.S. this is my first build.
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  1. *bumpage*
  2. ^ Did you change any settings in the BIOS ? and do you have the latest drivers/ firmwares for the parts ?? And post your config...
  3. No i didn't change any settings in BIOS. Yes i have the latest drivers for my motherboard\VGA. And mouse and everything.

    My config:
    XFX Radeon 5770 XXX edition
    ASUS M4A79XTD EVO Motherboard
    G-SKILL Ripjaws, 2 gig ram x2. (so 4 gigs :P)
    Kingwin Mach 1 600w psu.
    AMD Phenom 2 X4 Quad core cpu 2.8 ghz
    Western Digital Caviar Black 1 tb hard drive.

    I hope thats what you meant by config xD lol
  4. Bumpppppp
  5. Even though not all the steps would apply to your scenario, but is worth a try...
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261145-31-perform-steps-posting-boot-video-problems

    And also are all the parts new ones ??
  6. Yes they are new. i just troubleshooted by taking out one of my ram sticks. And, it didn't blue screen on boot, and there hasnt been a random reboot so far.

    I would like to let you know i was running the ram in Double channel. I want to try to run both ram sticks, but is there a way I can run them without them being in dual channel? Like, spacing the DIMM slots by 1?
  7. sound alike a bad ram stick then.

    Run Memtest overnight 8 passes minimum, should take around 12 hrs.
    See how many errors pop up with both sticks in.
  8. ^ +1 sounds like a bad stick...Just check it once again and send it for RMA if the problem persists...
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