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    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;304208

    Link says basically that drivers are trying to write outside of alloted memory. This shows Still as stated , either drivers...or RAM.

    Googled it and there isnt much info on that STOP:0x000000de.....seems also to be one of the harder BSOD's to solve, by what M$ writes.
     
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    Hello. I ran memtest by using the floppy method and I ran it for nearly 12 hours and here's a picture.

    [​IMG]

    Might be slightly blury.
     
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    Should of really not moved during the shoot. Damn haha :(.
     
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    Well I requested an RMA and I'm going to return them tomorrow and hopefully get them replaced.
     
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    I thought you already had an RMA set on the memory??? Well glad you have it now and are getting replacements! :toast:
     
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    This is strange. Ever since updating my graphic card drivers to the 162.18 I haven't got any BSoD.
     
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    nv4_display.dll

    BSoD during Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions.
     

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