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Hi guys, zentagon here.

November month 2011 i built a new computer with the following parts:

Intel Core i7-2600k CPU 3.40ghz
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 560 Ti
4 Pieces of Vengence ram 4 gb
700 watt power supply
4 other small harddrives from my old cp

Well, I have use my computer for all this time until tonight when i moved my New CP to a friends house to play, i even played a little before i got to work, it worked all fine, now i've been having 4 blue screens the last 14 hours and here is what it says to me when windows find the solution.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.
Locale ID: 1053

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 50
BCP2: 0000000000000000
BCP3: FFFFF800034854CF
BCP4: 0000000000000007
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

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The computer has been working fine but now my cp are blue screening me and i am worried sick cause i put at least 2000 on it...
If you think you know whats wrong please come with suggestions... ;)
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  1. What is " New CP"?
  2. Look in the event viewer, you'll find more details there. It should list a source and event ID number.
  3. Ok i looked at the "critical" showing me that all of the blue screens have been issued by Kernel-Power and they all have the id 41

    This doesn't make sense to me at all, also i tried by changing my cpu cooler with a Antec Külher fluid cooler, but i have already got 1 more blue screen. starting to get pissed of at the Computer.

    I have counted 8 bluescreens at 5 days and i don't like it a f*ck... any other suggestions?
  4. That kernel error just means that the PC had a forced shut down. Not much help there. Were there any more under the system or application sections?

    Go to the start menu-->type in chkdsk /r and press enter. Tell it yes to schedule a check disk on the next restart.

    Also run a memtest scan.

    Verify that you have the most recent NVidia driver.

    If it continues, try running in safe mode with networking for a while to see if the problem persists. If not, it's likely a driver issue.
  5. Best answer

    Its VERY likely one of your sticks of RAM contains an error. Test each stick one at a time with memtest86. In the event all the sticks pass, run with one stick at a time for a day or two, and see if the BSOD comes up.
  6. Best answer selected by zentagon.
  7. Now it works i tried this and noticed that one ram was bad, i have replaced it and now my computer haven't blue screened since
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