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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    What changes are included in the upcoming BIOS update?

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    No problem.
    The BIOS info isn the following:

    BIOS Version 0160 - BLH6710H.86A.0160.2012.1204.1156
    • Fixed issue with variable reversion.
    • Fixed issue with loading fan default values.

    BIOS Version 0159 - BLH6710H.86A.0159.2012.0927.1423
    • Updated SATA RAID Option ROM to version 11.6.0.1702.
    • Updated LAN Option ROM to version 1403.
    • Updated processor support.
    • Fixed issue with Intel Raid Card RS2WC040.
    • Updated Intel® ME 7 firmware to version 7.1.60.1193.
    • Fixed warning message displayed when IVB and ME7 are present on same system.
    • Fixed issue when EVENT LOGGING = DISABLED, events should not be logged in BIOS, but POST errors should display
    • Fixed issue where memory POST error halts POST waiting for a keyboard entry.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    I'm upgrading to W10 tonight. I'm done with trying various tests, I've done everything I could except bios updates, and new memory.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Didn't help. Off to buy new RAM.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Changed RAM to a 1x8 GB 1600 MHz, will monitor from now on.

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    Another bsodcollectionapp log?

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    Re: [Win8.1 x64] 0x50 memory_corruption: A strange recurring BSOD issue

    What for? It hasn't crashed yet(and it hopefully won't now that the RAM has been changed). If it does, I'll inform you of that.

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