Re: BSOD over an over..
There's an easy way to test all of this.
First to test your RAM. MemTest is a great utility. Burn the image to a CD or make a bootabled USB drive with it and on reboot it should run (assuming proper boot order in BIOS). If it reports any errors, locks, freezes, appears to stop or anything like that then you got bad ram. If it runs for 8 or more hours without freezing or reporting errors then your RAM is good.
Then take a look at the manufacturer's website for your hard drive. They should also have a diagnostic tool to test your hard drive for issues. Anything that's a bootable CD or USB should be used as you want to avoid testing within windows (so windows doesn't report any false positives to the application)
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