I have +- 5yrs old pc runnig windows 7 and I've been getting blue screen recently.

I had win 8 and I got a lof of erros with ram memory, so I reinstalled back to Win 7. (I have 2x 2 GB RAM)

To make a better image of my errors - I get them while writing email, installing nvidia driver, sound driver, running RAM test.

I got a log of my last error, could anyone tell me what is it? Should I get new RAM memories?

The last log I got:

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:   BlueScreen
  OS Version:       6.1.7600.
  Locale ID:        1029

Additional information about the problem:
  BCCode:   1a
  BCP1:     0000000000000403
  BCP2:     FFFFF680004FAEA0
  BCP3:     380000007594A867
  BCP4:     FFFF6680004FAEA0
  OS Version:   6_1_7600
  Service Pack: 0_0
  Product:  256_1

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MemTest86+ Error: enter image description here

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  • it can be anything failing HDD or even a virus or driver i think it's better to test everything – poqdavid Jun 25 '13 at 13:36
  • The contents of the 062513-16156-01.dmp file will tell you wonders. – Ramhound Jun 25 '13 at 14:12
  • @idavid it happens on every clean reinstalation, so it shouldn't be a virus. – Lostman Jun 25 '13 at 16:30
  • @Ramhound how do I check the file? I'll try. Thanks – Lostman Jun 25 '13 at 16:31

It's generally easier to rule out causes than to rule them in.

Use MemTest86+ to test your RAM. I seem to remember that the conventional wisdom is that you should let it run for 6 to 8 full passes with no errors before you declare it "good RAM". (The test could run indefinitely I think, if you let it.

If that doesn't fix it, you might try disconnecting all peripherals, booting into SAFE mode and then doing a ChkDsk /f and then restarting into regular mode. If that comes up OK, then try reconnecting your peripherals. I have a similar problem. Wasn't the RAM. Doing this Safe mode without peripherals fixes it.

  • It's worth noting that bad motherboard can give false positives in RAM tests. If you see RAM errors, test the same memories on other PC. – gronostaj Jun 25 '13 at 13:43
  • @gronostaj I'll try to find another pc thx – Lostman Jun 25 '13 at 16:05
  • @user233605 - Are you sure you are getting a Windows BSOD while running Memtestx86? – Ramhound Jun 25 '13 at 16:12
  • @Ramhound I got the last error when I stopped memtest. This one tinypic.com/r/2rf78fb/5 – Lostman Jun 25 '13 at 16:21
  • @Lostman - Can you give me a direct like to the image itself so I can add it to your question. I have Tinypic on my blocked listed of domains. – Ramhound Jun 25 '13 at 16:26

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