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I've seen other cases on the 'net of similar ram issues caused by the motherboard, but microsoft's compatibility center seems to indicate i should be alright. BSOD during vista install BSOD during XP/Vista install on Intel D975XBX2 (RESOLVED!) BSOD when installing Vista 64Bit or Win 7 RC solved BSOD during clean install of Windows 10 solved Can't Is that common? Possible graphics HW issue?? navigate here

Monday, January 21, 2008 11:47 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote   I am having a similar problem, though I don't have ATI.  I have nVidia 8600GT graphics So i called Consumer Direct in the UK and they said that if the hardware isn't doing what it said it was meant to do i should take them back to I also used your links and installed 2 out of 4 successfully, the 2 that did not install said that they were not for my system. View Related Posts . . https://www.vistax64.com/crashes-debugging/193199-bsod-vista-x64-8gb-ram-installed.html

I’m looking forwards to the result.   Have a nice day Slackrabbit! Intel Q6600 GPU. 2x ATI HD2600 XT 256Mb DDR4 (Crossfired) PSU. 650w. install with 2GB?Do you have the most up to date Bios for your board?? (Meaning obtained directly from the maker - Not the one on the disc that came in the

solved BSOD's after clean windows 7 64bit install - dmps/speccy/minitoolbox included solved Vista 32-bit install OEM Win7 64-Bit BSOD during boot after new 1070 install solved Constant BSoD on Windows Install Given how much on-board memory is on both my cpu and gpu, it seems like very little memory should be "hardware reserved". View Related Posts . . AMD Global Customer Care for ATI products   Thursday, January 03, 2008 12:32 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Really sorry I didnt post about it sooner guys,

Thanks for the replies. View Related Posts . . View 8 Replies . http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/249060-30-upgrade-vista-blue-screen I was on windows 7 home premium and upgraded to professional using the upgrade anywhere.

I've read on some forums that you might have to increase the voltage to 1.9, but I'd rather not mess with that if I don't have to. Is it even possible to get a 1 sided, 2 GB stick?Yellowbeard suggested raising the memory controller to about 1.5v. View Related Posts . . Thanks again!

OS sees 6 gigs. http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/315438-bsod-on-windows-7-startup-with-4gbor-more-ram-installed/ Any suggestions?Gigabyte ga-ma790fxt-ud5pg. Thanks in advance.Cam ZentharApr 16, 2008, 6:41 AM camnipotent said: Slight problem: I can't get memtest to run with 64-bit Vista. I tried different memory timings, voltage etc.

With this scenaro it's very easy to run into problems if the memory is not getting enough voltage. http://evendirectory.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-a-cold-boot-after-bsod-works-fine.html Upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7 - Help & How-to - Microsoft Windows If you want Windows 7 x64, you'll need to purchase it or obtain it through your school. Posted On: 2010-05-22 . My motherboard is also different to yours!

tried it with only one unit installed= no problems at all! OS Vista Ultimate x64 bit 1. I've done clean installs, restores, boot repairs and crying. his comment is here OS Vista Ultimate x64 Reply With Quote New 05 Dec 2008 #33 SCSIraidGURU View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date : May 2008 Posts : 1,823 Vista x64

All memory that has been used has passed every test thrown at it. So I don't know what I could do. The time now is 21:40. .

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System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built OS Vista Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz Motherboard Intel D975XBX2 Memory Corsair TWIN2X4096-PC8500 (2x2GHz) Graphics Card ATI Radeon HD 4890 (1GHz)

This is becoming more and more frustrating. Any one have any suggestions?UPDATE: I tried installing XP. I had to manually set the correct volts and timings, even though I wasn't overclocking. I do have anvlddmkm.

last week I decided I needed to update my pc and I thougt the problem was having 4 dimms installed, since 3 dimms worked just fine. Most motherboards will only auto adjust to 1.8 - 1.9, and also auto default the timings. When i insert one of my flash drives, i get a bsod. weblink View Related Posts . .

I eventually got installed though. View Related Posts . . I think that i will push this further with ATI customer care beacuse these cards were mean't to work with Vista, regardless of the version. If your machine chucks it de-populate the secondary DIMM's and 4Gb of RAM.

Even with all 4 DIMMs populated it still runs between the 1.8 -1.9 slot, which is what my RAM is meant to be able to take. Vista General Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Nvidia have SLi and 8GB fine as far as Im aware - and ATi are usually very good with drivers... Match, yes they're all the same 2GB DDR2 Corsair Dominator kits (bought together).

The bios shows 4g, but windows only recognizes 2. 4 gb.