First question is how long did you run Memtest and did you run it on all of the modules at the same time or did you run it with one module in the computer at a time. I usually let memtest run 2, 3, or 4 times through before counting a stick good. Some ppl do it by time (usually an hour or so for a 2GB stick).
I am kind of assuming that you forgot to put your HDD in your specs, but if you didn't you could very easily be running out of space on your SSD. I also suspect this because all programs need space to be opened and take up space as they are running. If you only have 120GB and have a few programs and games installed along with Windows then you could very easily be running out of space.
So if in fact you don't have a HDD I would recommend buying one. If you do I would take a look and see if windows is recognizing it and what is it's capacity if it is recognized.
Hope this is at least a place to start.
May 26, 2011 8:49:05 PM
Hi, i ran memtest once for each 2GB module, i did each module individually for about 40 minutes, using the same socket.
I have 70GB free on my SSD and i have a further 2 x 500GB WD caviar green HDD's, both of which have over half their capacity free, all of which are recognized.
Also i use a Asus VG236H monitor @ 120hz if this could pose an issue.
Well sorry about the delayed response but I am not very inclined to get online when I am on vacation.
My next question would be what exactly is the error message that you are getting on your computer. Also when exactly do you get it(what are you doing before a during the error)? If we could narrow this down to a specific type of memory then this will be much easier to solve. Memory can be a pretty generic term in a computer.
But moving on it seems that your ram and your storage are working fine by what you say so I would turn my attention to your video card. Do you have GPU-Z installed and have you checked that your GPU is running at the specs it is designed to?