Bccode 50 - clean install win 7 mimidmp attached

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rudhawk

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Thanks in advance. I did a fresh install of Win 7 home premium on an Intel 520 series 120gb SSD. this on a multiboot system. I'm running in AHCI mode on a gigabyte EP45-UD3R. The only things different from previous setup is I added 2 gb Ram (now 8 gb total) running at 2.1 v and 5-5-5-12 timing.

ram is:
2X2 - Patriot Pdc24G6400ELK link rated (5-5-5-12 @ 1.9v)
2X2 - Patriot Pdc24G6400LLK link rated (4-4-4-12 @ 2.2v)

both of these modules passed memtest 7 passes with no errors individually on another board (965PP-DS3) but I haven't tested them together.

I appreciate the help in advance - a point in the right direction - is it the ram, a bios setting, graphics driver? I'm stumped.

Edit: here's another crash report I just experience (pc was idle with homegroup troubleshooter open).
 

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What happens if you remove the 2 GB of ram that you added?

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matched ram generally works better than un matched ram.
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Well, bsod's became more frequent and, after testing every piece of hardware and driver in my system, I decided to just clean erase my SSD and do a clean install. All done and stable (with 4 gb of memory). I may try the other two sticks at a later date.
 
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What happens if you remove the 2 GB of ram that you added?
2X2 - Patriot Pdc24G6400ELK link rated (5-5-5-12 @ 1.9v)
2X2 - Patriot Pdc24G6400LLK link rated (4-4-4-12 @ 2.2v)
Please keep us posted; whether or not the clean install helps.

I am very pleased with my SSD; reduced my boot time by nearly 50%.

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