Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by J-Man, Jul 11, 2007.
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.
Hello. I ran memtest by using the floppy method and I ran it for nearly 12 hours and here's a picture.
Might be slightly blury.
Should of really not moved during the shoot. Damn haha .
Well I requested an RMA and I'm going to return them tomorrow and hopefully get them replaced.
I thought you already had an RMA set on the memory??? Well glad you have it now and are getting replacements!
This is strange. Ever since updating my graphic card drivers to the 162.18 I haven't got any BSoD.
BSoD during Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions.
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