Different BSOD's on startup

Okay, to start of i'm sorry if this is not in the right section of the forums, i wasn't sure which was.

I've been having BSOD's for quite some time now, they seemed to stop but have reappeared whenever i try startup my computer just before the login section of Windows 7. They are mostly caused by the ntoskrnl.exe with the odd occurance of Ntfs.sys and today i even got one that is said to be caused by rdyboost.sys. The errors i receive are "KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED" "CRITICAL_OBJECTS_TERMINATION and "NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM

I've looked around for solutions but couldn't find any that helped. I got my information from using Whocrashed and bluescreen view but if anyone needs more information you may have to tell me how :/
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  1. Suspected bad RAM. All three BSOD messages are somewhat typical of a bad RAM stick. Run memtest86+ for a little bit and see if you get any failures.
  2. gamerk316 said:
    Suspected bad RAM. All three BSOD messages are somewhat typical of a bad RAM stick. Run memtest86+ for a little bit and see if you get any failures.

    I'm starting to think my problems are caused by bad Ram, i have other problems with my computer and all of them point to that. The only problems is i've done 6 passes on memtest and it came out without any problems. I think i might buy another stick and test it. Thanks
  3. Any other replies would be welcome just in case it's not my ram
  4. I would try to run a repair on windows before replacing hardware.
  5. Type 'sfc /scannow' in command prompt.
  6. flexxar said:
    I would try to run a repair on windows before replacing hardware.

    I've tried the windows repair, it even sometimes opens automatically on startup but doesn't find any errors or can't fix them
  7. Soda-88 said:
    Type 'sfc /scannow' in command prompt.

    Doing it now, i've ran this scan and many others before with no errors but will try again just in case
  8. Nope, no errors with sfc /scannow
  9. Try 1 stick of ram at a time. Slim chance they all died at the same time.
  10. flexxar said:
    Try 1 stick of ram at a time. Slim chance they all died at the same time.

    I only have 1 4gb one :S
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