SOLVED I keep gettting either page in non paged area or system service exception please help


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Hi, I've been searching everywhere for help with this issue i just currently built this pc about a week and a half ago

The specs are
Amd Phenom X4 2.2ghz
Corsair Xms2 4GB memory ddr2
1 Seagate 500gb sata hard drive
Asus M2N68-Am Plus Motherboard
Nvidia Geforce 9500 gt 512mb pcie video card
550 watt powersupply

I've tested the hard drive with several tools including seatools, i've tested memory with memtest passed.... i have the latest video drivers when i get bsod its either when i first boot it up or when im using firefox, utorrent, and winamp at the same time sometimes i dont even get bsod it just freezes I've attached the minidump please help..
 

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now...

now it just freezes the system just freezes and i have to reboot to be able to do anything please help.
 

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Try manually setting your ram's timmings in the bios. i/e 9-9-9-24, etc.. Alot of motherboards get the ram timings wrong.Both of the 2 motherboards I've used on this pc have gotten the bords Automatic (Fail-Safe or Optimized) timings wrong for the ram specifically. Contact Corsair or read the timings off the rams packaging or the ram stick themselves and manually enter those numbers and see what happens. Also, make sure Adobe Flash Player is updated. Adobe put out 2 Flash Player updates since Monday last week. You can get those updates at http://www.filehippo.com/download_flashplayer_ie/ for Internet Explorer version and http://www.filehippo.com/download_flashplayer_firefox/ for non-Internet Explorer version.
 
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Not sure if it makes a difference but i noticed ecc was disabled i enabled it, in my bios i see memory clock mode, DRAM timing mode, memory over voltage, chipset voltage and cpu over clocking setting thanks for your response.
 
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Just to double check for yourself go into the bios again and check the various ram timings. Make sure they are set to what the ram module or ram packaging says. A easier way to get the ram settings would be to download CPU-z from this link http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html . Install it and run it, click on SPD and write those numbers on a piece of paper. Those numbers are your ram timings. Make sure the bios's ram timings match those from CPU-z's and everything should be okay.
 
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