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Hello,

 

I build my computer in 2/08 and everything has been rock solid since then.

 

 

about a week ago my computer started to crash blure screen, and give constant errors messages about recovering certain parts of the registry until it would no longer load an os.

 

yesterday i spent the day formatting the system and starting fresh with a new clean os. everything looked ok at first but one i started to launch games etc i would get weird lockups in the games.

 

i ran memtest and i am getting errors.

 

so far i am on pass 58% and i have logged 6912 errors.

 

failing address 000aec6b1f4 2796.6mb

bad 96c11c5a

err-bits 00ff0000

count 6970

 

failing address 000aecab1c4 2796.6mb

bad 96c11c5a

err-bits 00ff0000

count 6971

 

 

there are lots more errors then that but i wanted to give you sampling.

 

thanks

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so i tested the memory and no issues.

 

i moved memory from slots 1/3 to 2/4 and no issues.

so good call on the memory slot on the mb slot going bad.

 

i will mess with the system over the next few days but i think we are all set.

 

thanks for the help.

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Hello,

 

so my computer crashed again today..

 

i can for sure say it one of the modules.

 

so once the crash happened i put in mem test and it clocked 1000's of errors.

 

so i split the memory to test each stick.

 

1 stick worked in every single slot in the MB and i was able to run memtest to 100 percent..

 

the other module would fail and clock 1000's of errors 2 or 3 seconds into the test.

 

i took the memory to another computer and 1 module worked and the other module that is suspect did not work..

 

i am not sure why it started to work for a little bit unless it was the beginning of the end but it no longer works..

 

if anyone has any ideas for me to test out i am willing to give a go at it.

 

thanks

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