Originally Posted by AMD ZEN
Looked up that memory code error. It is caused by a internal instruction issued to the memory by a corrupted sector of the hardrive. All you need to do is a do a reformat and clean install, and that will clear it right up. Your memory is fine. The memory didn't write because the kernel issued a bad core command to it, and the memory couldn't understand the data, being that it is corrupted. Format, and reinstall.
you can't be sure his memory is good by looking it up. I'd be safe and at least check the memory..
wouldn't it be better to know everything is working fine before starting a format?
Besides that, why couldn't it be a bad hdd? A corrupted sector isn't alway fixed with a format.