I recently purchased a new system and it has a random BSOD. How can I fix it without having to take it to a shop?
I put it together and am not sure if i did it right. I have run a few diagnostic tools to see if its heating up and everything seems to be fine. It there any known issues with any of the hardware I am using? The components are listed below. Any help would be greatly appreciated
I have noticed some problems running memory at the XMP profile settings on a couple of i5's, if you relax the settings down to 1333 the BSOD may go away. The memory you are running is "not supported" by your motherboard. Per the manufacturers site "CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9" is supported but CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9(B)" is not, but I wouldn't think this would be a game changer. Make sure your memory is seated in the correct slots for using two dimm's at once (1a, and 2a, or the first and third closest to the CPU)
Additionally if you have any overclocks set, return them to normal voltages/frequencies.
hey guys I haven't had any luck with solving the issues with my pc. I have done what dalethepcman said and swapped the ram but it is still bsoding! Anything else? Its really starting to annoy me. You get half way through something and it will bsod! I hate it. I paid 1500 bucks for this build and for it not to work is starting to make me go nuts. Help!