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Since installing my 2gb memory upgrade from crucial.com i get the dreaded BSOD at least once a day, but only while im running the sky player. I have uninstalled the sky software and re-installed, but same problem.
I have removed the crucial memory, and re-installed the orginal 1gb memory that came with my sammy nc10. Lets see if it happens again. If all goes well, that means it was a dodgy memory from crucial.
What memory company would you recommend I use?
Might be of some use to you.
Any of the major memory brands will be fine, I think you’re just unlucky and got a bad module from crucial. I have crucial installed in my NC10 and have no problems.
I suggest returning that module and getting a direct replacement, assuming you ordered the correct module in the first place.
This is the memory I have working with no issues at all.
Crucial 2GB DDR2 667MHz/PC2-5300 Laptop Memory SODIMM CL5 1.8 V Unbuffered Non-ECC
Hope that helps.
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