Just a few suggestions:
You could run Memtest86+ with two modules in Dimm1 and 2 while leaving Dimm3 and 4 empty. Test both pairs that way. If you receive an error, test one at at time to find the bad module. I would try to get the memory issue straightened out first.From Speccy:
You have four hard drives and all are critically short on free space
. Below is your system drive:
ST1000DL002-9TT153 ATA Device (Seagate
Disk Letter: C:
File System: NTFS
Volume Serial Number: 70F0E222
Used Space: 912GB (98%)Free Space
: 19.6GB (2%
The drive would operate more efficiently if it had a minimum of 15% free space; the more free space the better. You really need to increase free space by moving large files onto other media or deleting unneeded data. BIOS
Brand: American Megatrends Inc.
Checking your motherboard website, I see that there have been a number of BIOS updates. The more recent versions report:
- Improved memory compatibility
- Improved USB gaming compatibility
I have used the MSI Live Update 5
utility for both driver and BIOS updates with my MSI Wind netbook without problems. Good idea to update all drivers and BIOS.
Speccy reports: MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
. No Service Pack 1?
My guess is that lack of free hard drive space has kept you from updating.
Once the memory, free space
, and drivers/Bios updates have been rectified, you should update to SP1
and all post SP1 updates.
I may be wrong, but I see no anti-virus
installed. Virus activity and BSODs often go hand in hand.