Problems with RAM. BSOD appears.

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I have Samsung R25+ laptop with Intel Dual Core T2330 processor , 1gb of Samsung M4 70T2953EZ3-CE6 DDR2-667 SDRAM, ATI RD600/RS600 northbridge and Windows XP SP3 on it. I have added Transcend JM667QSJ-1G 1gb DDR2-667 SDRAM to the second slot and when i started my laptop the BSOD with 0х000000А and 0х0000008е errors appear. I would like to know what could be done in this situation.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #81618

Problems with RAM. BSOD appears.

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Hello!

So you are saying  that the BSOD appeared after you put the SD RAM memory in the laptop. It's probably the memory which is causing you these problems. To test if this is the problem, you need to run "memtest86+". It's an application that puts your memory to some test, read and write etc… at the end of those tests, the program will tell you if it's okay or if it has problems. If problems appear, then you should immediately replace the new memory with another one.

"memtest86+" is available as a DOS program, and it is best to use the "Hiren's Boot CD" tools, wich is basically a CD that contains many tools for diagnosing your PC. Burn it, and you will get a bootable CD. Once you boot from hiren's boot CD, you will find "memtest86+" located in "Memory testing tools" section.

Good luck!

 

Robertj

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #81619

Problems with RAM. BSOD appears.

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Did the problem start after you added the memory module in your system? If it did try to remove the memory module then boot the computer up. If it boots up fine then the problem was caused by your new memory module. It most likely is defective and you need to return it for a refund or an exchange. If the problem still occurs after you removed the new memory module, transfer the original memory module to another slot. If the problem disappears then the problem is with the memory controller and you need to have the motherboard replaced for that issue.

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