Just to check, did you completely uninstall MSE and the MSI software or just disable?
The Avira link was also for a free version but Avast is just as good.
This last dump is back to graphics again. and video memory
We saw a big improvement when the RAM voltage was increased, go back and check it has not reset back to the wrong voltage. Make sure before you leave the Bios you select Save before you exit. If the setting is still ok then increase the voltage but do not go more than 1.85V.
If you still get more BSOD's I think I will have to conclude that it is due to the RAM not being 100% compatible with your motherboard. The graphics card is most likely using part of the RAM which is giving misleading errors in the crash dumps.
The only other thing you could try is to borrow a good working graphics card from another PC, if that still causes errors then again I would have to suspect the RAM.
It would also be useful to borrow another make of RAM to test your system, preferably something that is in the motherboard compatibility list.
Another option you could try is putting the sticks in slot 2 & 4.
I would not like to advise you to buy new RAM sticks without proving that it is them first. It is up to you if you take that gamble but I would not like to be held responsible if new sticks make no difference. This is one of those occasions when I wish I had the PC infront of me.
See if you get any crashes when not running America's Army.
ok i have another nvidia graphics card tht i could use i have completely uninstalled mse ad msi afterburner and the ram i have contacted pcworld the place i bought the ram from and have said tht it is faulty i have the receipt and the packaging and have asked for a refund then my plan is to buy compatible ram of the list in my mobo book
That was a bug check code of 124 which confirms a hardware fault. As you had just changed the RAM voltage and are still below the maximum settings that does add to the evidence of the RAM being the problem.
I will keep my fingers firmly crossed that when you get the new compatible RAM this problem comes to a happy ending. Please post back to this thread once you have it installed, and hopefully with some good news. Make sure you set the correct voltage for the new RAM.
ok with this graphics card rather than things crashing the bsod things just crash and thts it and it tells me staright away rather than 2 mins later then a bsod so i agree the ramia the problem i am going to go and ring pc world and if they wont refund me i was go and spend money on buying compatible ram
I agree you are doing the right thing. I am always dubious about recommending people buy new parts unless I am 100% certain that is required. I do hope that the new RAM will solve the problem, if not, you should return the motherboard for replacement as that is the only other possibility. Unfortunately there is no easy way to test a motherboard.
The link you gave was for a pack of three sticks, ideal for a triple channel motherboard but yours is dual channel.
Ram is always better fitted in matching pairs so I would suggest getting just two sticks to start with and then make sure the system is ok once they are fitted. Then if you want to add more, get two more sticks, three sticks could cause some further glitches as the memory channels will not be even.
This RAM is recommended for your motherboard without doubt but it is only available in a pack of three. Three can be OK but only if the total amount of RAM in each channel is the same. So you could have 1 X 1GB in one channel and then 2 X 500MB in the other, giving you 1GB in each channel. You can check in your motherboard manual but I doubt they would recommend uneven memory in each channel.
I would go for one that is available in a pack of two or individually.
Ok ryt I have already ordered it and I no it is compatible what I plan to do is when it arrives install all 3 sticks and see if the system is stable if it is great if not then what I will do is test it with only 2 sticks in then if it is working I will keep it like tht and keep the other stick as a spare if it still does not work then I am sending the mobo back and seeing if tht helps
ryt mark ram has come and is in my pc i am going to play aa3 and see if it crashes but so far after 10 minutes nothing spectacular has happened no crashes no nothing fingers crossed and crossed and crossed this works