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Came home from work yesterday to my PC rebooting itself over and over again to the BSOD STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005 0X801941CB 0XF78D20F0 0XF78D1DEC). No matter what I did, I could not get it past that point. Wouldn't boot in safe mode or from XP disk. Nothing. Tried replacing hard-drive and video card and reseating all cables. I removed one of my 1gb Corsair XMS PC3200 modules and booted up normally. Turned the computer off, put the module back in, and booted up to BSOD. Took it back out again and booted normally. I bought the set from Newegg May 23, 2006. Have been real happy with them since I got them.
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Please load setup/optimized defaults and then set the Dim Voltage to 2.7X volts (+.2 Volts W/Giga-Byte) and then set the timings manually to the tested settings for the specific module you have, XMS2700C2 Cass 2-3-3-6 for example or if you have Value Select "BY SPD" and then test the module/'s one at a time with http://www.memtest.org! If you still get errors, please follow the link in my signature “I think I have a bad part!” and we will be happy to replace them or it! However, if you get errors with both modules that would suggest some other problem and I would test them in another system or MB to be sure.
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