Hello again. Unfortunately I'm not here just to say hi. My PC yet again started to run slower, but not as bad, until it completely crashed again. This time Windows Boot screen doesn't even run, it says \WINDOWS\system32\config failed to run or is corrupted. I can't quite remember as I already took out HDD to back it up on this PC. :normal: Previously I got BSD before it stopped loading Windows completely. I ran Memtest86+ again and no signs of problems, until I was showing my buddy the bios on my PC and I set my RAM at 1600MHz from 1333MHz, it is suppose to be 1600MHz RAM anyways, but bios sets it at 1333MHz by default. I wasn't paying attention, but Memtest86+ then booted again and when I turned around there was about 65,000 errors. This last install of Windows I didn't change RAM at all though, it was at 1333MHz which displayed no errors. I had doubts, but maybe, I like to put RAM in socket furthest from CPU heat sink from heat dissipation. When I tried putting RAM in suggested slot by my MSI motherboard, it doesn't even post at 1600MHz, however 1333MHz does. Do you propose that this could actually be faulty RAM, just not displayed at 1333MHz? I'm not quite sure what the probing option in Memtest86+ does, but that just locks it up at 5% and displays like 300 errors.
I only have one stick of RAM for the PC as I got it confused with this one. It is DDR3, so I can't test between the two. Any help would be great, this is SO annoying and really my computer is not usable if I have to reformat it every week, give or take. I would expect a little more from Crucial.