The BSOD struggle continues.

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    Registered User Aran's Avatar
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    It looks like reseating my RAM and upgrading my sound drivers solved my issues. Not a single BSOD in the past 24 hours.

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    Good. RAM can sometimes seat enough to boot as I said, but it's not seated enough to be stable.

    You have a great setup there and I hope it starts performing as it should for you. Of course I'm biased since you are using ASUS, but they are one of the best - proven time and time again.

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    Now I find that i'm getting 0xc0000005 errors when I try to start different programs. Windows says it could be faulty RAM. How annoying. I'm probably going to reinstall windows again, because this error didn't happen at all until I started messing around with drivers and such.

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