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Hello,
i have this new computer, and i have bsod's from the moment i got it,i googled all of my problems and saw most of them are by bad memory, i run memtest 86+, everything was pass untill the 6th test, it showed me 12 problems (i didn't finish the scan)
i have attached the minidump files and msinfo32.
P.S i tryed to move the RAM stick from one rail to another, didnt help.
computer specs:
Motherboard manufacturer : MSI
Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 @ 2.80 GHz
2GB RAM (one stick)
NViDiA GeForce 8400GS with 185 drivers (latest)

P.S.2 now my computer won't even boot up normally from C:, luckly i have my old 40GB hard drive, so i must launch the winXP from there (f11 menu)
and it happened after i tryed to move the memory from one place to another :(

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Thanks,
Mike2XP
 

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As the memory didn't pass the scan, you already know the problem. Try replacing the memory. If you don't really believe the memory is bad, place it into another system and test it there. If it doesn't pass all of the tests, it is bad.
 

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Mike,

Agreed your ram failed a memory test so change it.

But now that your disk won't boot you should change the ram first then try booting the disk to safe mode and try to do a system restore. Crashing has probably corupted the Filesystem or registry. If it's new you should get it fixed under warranty.
 
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