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IrritatedCharizard

B1u3Scr33n of D3ath

Ok, so I got new hardwarez; 2tb Blk western digital HDD, 4x4gb Ram chips and bluray disc drive;  installed them all and everything was running fine until I switched over to my new HDD as my primary drive.  The crashes are driving me crazy :U

Any tech savvy nerdz want to help?  

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Added: 5 years, 9 months ago
 
Gobby
5 years, 9 months ago
*derps on your computer* That should help! :D
IrritatedCharizard
5 years, 8 months ago
you did this :U. HEHE♡♥♡♥
Gobby
5 years, 8 months ago
Beep boop I am teh blooscreen beep boop. :U
cursedscythe
5 years, 9 months ago
This could easily be a memory error. Try leaving a single RAM unit plugged in and then running your PC for 3-4 hours. After that, replace the chip with another one (you can try different slots, too - sometimes a single piece of dust inside might cause BSoDs). Repeat for the remaining RAM units.

l33t 5p33ch d035n't h3lp, t00.
IrritatedCharizard
5 years, 8 months ago
Ya i was trying that untill i passed out, one the chips have a lil niq on the gold connector but not sure if that would affect it.  Gonna put my old ram back inand see how that goes, when i get back home.  I notice that everything gets slow and glitchy on windows like its having problem processing hdd but idk.

I might just taking ythe wholde thing apart for a complete clean. I do notice that in the bios setting, the ram is beinge underun; it's auto set to 1333. instead of the rams speed of 1600.  >·>   Thx zonck butt!! :D♡♥♡♥
RandyTheFox
5 years, 9 months ago
Uh, I have no idea, but check that http://goo.gl/NyHSc and if not, it's good to check up in this order 1) RAM 2) hard drive for SMART errors 3) video card. Good program to do this is this bootable CD programme: http://goo.gl/yuqI Good luck!! =D

One other thing, maybe after putting all those additional devices, your AC power is not strong enough? =o But I don't think it would cause that error. But what do I know, huh =P

And Merry Christmas + Happy New Year, Jon~! :3
IrritatedCharizard
5 years, 8 months ago
No errors found on ram, I believe it was a timing issue; got a new bsod error though XD   0x0000001E, sadly not a lot of info on this one, gonna stress my pc to do it again.  I might just take the whole thing apart and do a cleaning job idk  

It seems every time I try and get a high performance HDD my pc freaks out in some way XD
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