Keep getting the BSOD with stop 0X0000001A

  erkmatrix 15:42 15 Feb 14

Hi Its been a while since I bought my PC (2010) but since Christmas 2013 it has been giving me the BSOD at random moments.

The error appears as Stop 0X0000001A (0X0000000000041287 0X000000784007E698

I've got slim drivers program on the machine and keep everything like drivers upto date. when I put the error in the google it comes up as a memory problem. I ran Windows Memory Diagnostics and it never said there was anything wrong but didn't display the results when it booted back up and in event viewer couldn't work out what it meant.

Just wondering if anyone could advise. Should I invest in new memory.

Details of my machine I bought is below

My spec is

Sapphire Radeon 5850 1GB Video card

Intel Core i7 920 Overclocked to 3.8GHz

Asus P6T SE Motherboard

6GB Corsair DDR3 1600MHz C9 Triple Channel

ATCS 840 Case in silver

Corsair CMPSU-650TX 650W

24x Sony DVD RW

Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium OEM

Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme

Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound

  Jollyjohn 17:37 15 Feb 14

Is your RAM a single stick?

If not remove some and run PC, swap sticks and see if BSOD re occurs.

Try reducing the overclock

  erkmatrix 08:36 17 Feb 14

Ill give that a go, thanks join, I have 3 sticks of 2GB I think. Think is though that is going to make it hard to find out which stick is it never crashed yesterday so it could be a waiting game lol. Anyway thanks for your help. I'll look into how to reduce my overclock, this was done by the shop I bought it from so I might give them a buzz.

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