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Old January 24, 2011, 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by KaptCrunch View Post
check MB bios is current from manuf site and what fixes also check drivers for chipset,sound, video,nic
I looked at the descriptions for the most recent BIOS updates and other drivers, but they weren't related to BSODs. There were updates to the BIOS that had the purpose of improving stability. I'll have to check if the computer still BSODs after I reinstall the second stick of ram.

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Originally Posted by martin_metal_88
Try a bootable memtest with both stick, also try both stick in another system. It could be a faulty mobo or ram slut. But well, do it fast since you have only 7 day for DOA :P
I'll try this when I get home.

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Originally Posted by _dangtx_
how are temps and voltages readings?

windows desktop probably uses more gpu than the installation screen or such? :)
I'm pretty sure the temps and voltages for the CPU are fine... since I had the computer running without any BSODs with one DIMM of ram for quite a long time (comparatively to the previous setup). If you're talking about the RAM, I believe it's still stock.
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