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Posted 05 December 2012 - 13:52
What you are getting is not a BSOD, you are not even making it into Windows, as it sounds.
Might be having RAM voltage problems. Can you verify that all chips are 1.5V or 1.6V?
Also, has this happened since you put the RAM in, or after you put the SSD in? Did you try removing the SSD and just trying the RAM or vice versa?
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