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Crashing/BSOD/Corruption Issues

Jul 25, 2010
I'd asked on here before a few weeks back and several people tried to help me out with this problem. Basically the issues is that every once in awhile (not like every 5 mins) A blue will pop up telling me that the physical memory has to be dumped and then the computer reboots. Strangely, I had the exact same issue with my previous computer, even though it was not built by me. The original topic;


The problem I had at this time was that the discs I was burning the memtest onto did not boot at all. I went into the bios to set up boot priority, I even tried turning off the hard drive entirely so the only thing it could boot from was the disc. Didn't work. However, the last time it crashed I saved the windows error codes;

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7600.
Locale ID: 4105
Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 34
BCP1: 0000000000050830
BCP2: FFFFF8800319A8E8
BCP3: FFFFF8800319A150
BCP4: FFFFF880012DAF99
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

I did a quick search in google for BCCode: 34 and nothing useful came up. Hopefully this helps in identifying the problem better. Thanks :thumb:

*Oh and my model number for my RAM is (PC3 - 12800) Model # F3-12800CL9D-4GBNQ from G.Skill


Aug 4, 2007

Ultimate Boot CD - Overview

download the iso

right click, open with this : CDBurnerXP: Free CD and DVD burning software

click on high compatibility,click on check,let it write/check.

pop it out....pop it back in, reboot.

if no go i dont know, manually chose boot selection at boot.

check ram, then prime it..not as good as prime95 in windows but still

could be a number of things, but you want to make sure that the ram or something

like that is not at fault

then get this

Ubuntu homepage | Ubuntu

or any other linux flavour you may like, perhaps

use that till you grow some more beard. if no more issues? software


Well-known member
May 31, 2009
4105 Genuine windows

Are You running a Legal copy of windows 7 ?
If yes Update windows see what happens if you can get in ?
Jul 25, 2010
Well checked windows update and there is one update available that is refusing to install, I'll try and get it to install then I'll get back here if the freezing persists. Thanks!


Well-known member
Jan 9, 2011
I'm tempted to just say, back everything up, then wipe the drive, and reinstall everything. Do a full battery of checkdisk tests and the hard drive manufacturer's diagnostic tool tests as well before reinstalling.

If you're having trouble booting from the Windows installation disc, then check the cables, and try replacing the SATA (or IDE) cable if you can to the optical drive, and ensure you have settings in the BIOS set up correct (i.e. SATA Controller enabled, AHCI enable, etc.).

If you've tried this all before disregard my post =).