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X58 Ud7 BSOD problems !!

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Stavr0s91i, Aug 8, 2010.

  1. Stavr0s91i

    Stavr0s91i New Member

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    Hello i get multiple random BSOD.From Memory management to IRQL NOT LESS or Equal

    Please i need help

    Running latest bios version
    All drivers are uptodate

    Here are the memory dumps from the bsod

    Please i need help..

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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    is this while running stock, or did you set the XMP to clock for the ram speed?
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    its either a bios option is set wrong, or your ram is shitting the bed, maybe a windows reg problem but I doubt it. could be the imc but not as likely as ram failure. have you tried running memtest??
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    Stavr0s91i New Member

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    latest bios is loaded.Bios is loaded to optimized defualts..No windows problems as windows 7 64bit was installed recently
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    make sure your memory voltage is set correctly,my board will bsod all day at defaults because my ram wants 1.6v and the board stock is 1.5..you also may need some vtt as i see your running 1866mhz ram..so add 200mv to vtt and 1.6v to vdimm
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    Stavr0s91i New Member

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    No not running @ 1866 mhz anymore.Restored bios to original settings memory are running at stock 1333 mhz

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