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    Help please! Random BSOD

    Any pc whiz kids here have a clue what could be wrong with my pc? Over the last couple of weeks I've been getting random BSOD crashes giving me error codes BCCode 50 and BCCode 1e.

    So far I've done the following:



    Rolled back the system to eliminate any corrupt updates
    Run memtest for 20 passes (extended) - No errors found
    Run OCCT on both CPU and GPU, stress and error tests - No errors found
    Run Seatools on both HDD's - No errors found
    Switched HDD sata cables for new ones
    Disabled non essential hardware (SD card reader, Wi-Fi card etc..)
    Reset CMOS and loaded up system optimal settings
    Run complete scan of both drives with anti-virus software - Nothing found
    Used CCleaner to clear unwanted registry components
    Run Intel driver utility and updated all found drivers

    Sometimes the system will crash 2 or 3 times a day, other times it runs for a couple of days with no issue's at all, driving me mad!
    Also, the CPU, GPU and Ram are running at normal levels and normal temperatures.

    Specs:

    AMD Athlon II X2 215 2.7ghz
    2x 2gb DDR2 Ram
    Nvidia GTX 550 Ti
    2x Seagate 500gb HDD's

    Any help will be much appreciated!
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    Re: Help please! Random BSOD

    Your RAM is most likely being dodgy, just bcause it passes the tests doesn't mean anything besides it has passed those tests.

    Experiment with removing a single module at a time, if the system still goes blue without one of them and you've tried both, try getting hold of some replacements, you sound like you're on a 32 bit system given the 4GB you have, your motherboard may support a little more but that would require installing a 64 bit windows OS though you can technically insert more RAM it just won't see it, what a waste!

    Also consider running 'sfc /scannow' from cmd prompt just because. It will check your system files, HDD may not be corrupt but the files can be.

    Your blue screens will be logged in the event viewer from computer management, right click my computer > Manage and it's near the top somewhere.
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    Re: Help please! Random BSOD

    Thanks for the reply 8ball. Forgot to mention its a 64bit system, I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate 64.

    I'll try removing a stick of ram and see how it goes on, hopefully thats the cause of the problems. I'm mid way through building a new pc so its a nice cheap fix to keep me going if its that.
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