Run memory tests, but give memory a chance.
i did i can't see the result i ran the windows memory diagnosis tool and the
result aren't showing the system said it would tell me, but it's not.
Ensure that it is the correct type.
i use the exact same model that my pc came with pc2-5300 ddr2-667mhz,
although i might be wrong i believe the original came with pc2-5300
ddr2-533mhz, don't know if it makes a difference
If you are going to pair RAM, ensure that sticks are matched.
they are the exact same thing, same maker, same mhz, same amount (1gbx2)
If you are using budget makes, do NOT overclock your machine.
don't know what you mean by budget makes, but yes i got them cheap 39.99
each, and in my case i can't overclock i'm using a laptop, which i wouldn't
know how to overclock this peticular laptop, and i have no need to since
it's fast 2.0ghz.(i know how to overclock a computer just not this one)
The errors will keep popping up for as long as the machine does not like the
configuration installed or if one of the RAM chips is faulty.
well if it doesn't like the configuration it will have to though it out
because all i can do is change the order of the ram, which doesn't change
much because both of them are 1 gb, and as for the faulty ram, it would
surprise me because they are even a year old(not even 6 month.)
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"Mike Hall - MVP" <mikehall@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Run memory tests, but give memory a chance. Ensure that it is the correct
> type. If you are going to pair RAM, ensure that sticks are matched. If you
> are using budget makes, do NOT overclock your machine. The errors will
> keep popping up for as long as the machine does not like the configuration
> installed or if one of the RAM chips is faulty.
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> "Computer & Sound System Tech" <jonperreault@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>i bought ram last month i believe, and for some reason i'm getting the
>>blue screen of death sometimes not always. and today was even worse the
>>computer would always give me the blue screen of death, and i waited few
>>hours and turned it on and now it's fine. but i'm tired of the blue screen
>>especially the ram is fine, i will try the ram tester, but i wanted to
>>know if there was something i could do to stop these errors?
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