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I remember reading something in my motherboard manual saying if you don't have it in the correct slots it can cause issues. Thanks for any and all help in this! I'm running in the mid 60s usually when gaming, but spiking up to 72. Player! this contact form

This utility stressed your rig's CPU and memory subsystems. Lol! A common misconception is that blue screens don't even exist in Vista, but not only are they still there, but we're here to tell you we've seen them first hand. Be descriptive. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-3151648/random-bsod-custom-built-computer.html

solved Can I simply transfer my HDD to my new computer build, or will there be issues? Also, run something like heaven benchmark for awhile and see if it crashes or not. On older systems, you can try Driver Cleaner , or the freebie alternative Driver Sweeper To begin the process, open up your Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs in XP Armed with this information, you can perform your own detective work.

Pay particular attention to the first set of numbers and letters. Then swap the sticks and run your test again. solved First Custom Built Computer solved First time custom built computer. Brand New Custom Built Computer keeps getting BSOD and Graphics Problems First custom-built - Memtest failure, BSOD - help!

Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkClick to expand... Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkClick to expand... It's built from scratch. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/372788-random-bsod-after-computer-build.html Qu3bus is right as well.

Qu3bus, Feb 11, 2014 Player177 likes this. Also, run memory diagnostics to check to see if your RAM is bad http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/How-do-I-know-if-my-computer-has-a-memory-problem Then run System File Check to make sure there's not an issue with the OS, like a I experienced temperatures similar to yours, even a little higher I think before having games crash on me. jawnTEM One Wild Crazy Mod-der!

These solutions are often contrary to what the actual windows blue screen or any error message may state.Click to expand... If it doesn't pass on stock clocks then you have some issues going on. This is done because sometimes a bad block may not get written to, or may pass as being good on a pass and fail on a second pass. Joined: Oct 4, 2011 Messages: 8,720 Location: Central Texas Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #39 You should just delete the whole AMD Catalyst driver folder, the on that's inside the "AMD"

I will do what you said after I get back from school. weblink asked 5 years ago viewed 212 times active 5 years ago Blog Say Farewell to Winter Bash 2016! Post relevant photos of build/parts here. Just don't delete any AMD/Nvidia Chipset drivers pirate, as these are connected to your processor chips, on your MB, depending on which MB you have.

If you contact Microsoft for technical assistance, they’ll want to know the contents of this file.Stop CodeThe “technical information” section portion contains the actual Windows stop code, in oh-so-easy-to-read hexadecimal form. Reminds me of when I was in college English! Fortunately, Microsoft installed a program that may help isolate an issue, especially if it's related to a "blue screen". http://lacosteradigital.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-with-random-error-code-at-random-moment.html Gabe Newell hasn't been bashful about his contempt towards Windows 8.

Qu3bus Almost Not a Noob Joined: Jun 14, 2012 Messages: 2,459 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #18 puggy-88 said: ↑ I'd still just check with a single stick or RAM in This particular BSoD can rear its head in response to bad RAM, a faulty motherboard, or a corrupted BIOS.Overzealous OverclockingIf you've overclocked, the first thing you should do to isolate the Not saying it's definitely your problem but I'd definitely try that.

Check your motherboard manual to make sure the ram is installed in the correct slots.

How about Gremlin Possession? @pirateking97! Do'h! I had a motherboard a couple years ago that would do the same thing. My guess was the power phases on the board were crapping out and not sending stable power to the CPU.

One it happened when i was just in the desktop, and once when I was downloading/saving a file. Good luck!Click to expand... Well, That Explains Steam OS! his comment is here In testing you often have to run through several passes. (Often overnight-a long process).

Will update if anything found.