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Old October 24, 2011, 02:55 PM
feubarkada feubarkada is offline
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Originally Posted by chrisk View Post
If you have a warranty, you could just tell the company that holds your warranty that your machine is not stable, and it fails the memtest memory tester program. That should be enough.

If you want to troubleshoot further yourself, you could take out your ram, and look for a voltage amount listed. Then, put the memory back in, and go into the bios and manually change the memory voltage to the value listed on your memory stick.

As for the specific way for your motherboard to set the memory voltage, it often has slightly different names. Often its called 'vdimm' .

If this does not fix it, just get your rma.
Ok wait. I will take a picture of my bios and i will post it here.


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So i take a picture of my bios, and here they are.
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