Windows 7 BSOD on a new system (5 dumps included)

By rpeeks
Feb 9, 2010
  1. Hello everyone,

    Last Friday I received my new system, but I have had a few blue screens in the past few days. The BSOD looks to be fully random.

    I have tried to analyse my minidumps but have not found a clear pattern, and couldn't directly relate it to another forum post. I have added 4 minidumps below, and the specs for my pc. All the parts are new, and i know it received a 24 hour run test at the shop. So far I installed AVG, and because of the blue screen I updated drivers. As the computer was tested, I have not yet tried a full mem-test, although while writing my specs i just found out the installed 3x2gyg instead of the agreed 2x3gyg so who knows what they used.

    Please if someone could direct me to further tests or options. It would be very helpfull.

    System Specs:
    CPU: Intel i5-750
    Motherboard: GigaByte GA-H55-UD3H
    Ram Speed, size and #sticks: 3x OCZ DDR3 2048mb in slots 1,3 and 4 (although we agreed on 2x3gyg, i will have to contact the seller tomorrow about this)
    GPU: ATI Radeon HD 4850
    PSU: Fatal1ty 550W
    OS: Windows 7 Home edition

    Attached Files:

  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966   +70

    All five errors are 0x0000001A: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT
    This memory management error is usually hardware related.

    All five cited memory corruption. However, as you point out it could be the way you have your memory configured that is the issue here.
  3. rpeeks

    rpeeks TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks Route44 for your quick reaction. You convinced me that i should direct my focus to the memory, so i started a memtest last night. First test (with all 3 mem strips in place) gave over a few hundred errors within the first minute. So i tried all 3 strips seperatly and in different slots. 1 of them (the one in slot 1) gave loads of erros. The other 2 have been running all night without any errors. So today i will contact the seller for a new memory strip.

    I thank you for looking into my problem, and I hope i that this will fix it.

    [Edit]I wonder what kind of 24 hour test they did[/Edit]
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