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Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-26, 20:08 PM

Result code: WME001001-WITW2K

 

Had 4 or 5 instances of blue screen and total crash of the system. No data loss (knock on wood).

SSD passes all the tests.

 

Machine is T430s i-7 with NVidia

RAM upgraded to 16GB

Samsung 830 SSD 

 

The upgraded RAM is the highly recommended version of Crucial 

Crucial 16GB (2 x 8G) 204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10600) Laptop Memory Model CT2KIT102464BF1339

 

Any ideas/suggestions?

 

Thanks!

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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-26, 20:26 PM
Do you have the latest BIOS?

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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-26, 21:10 PM
I have version 2.05
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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-26, 21:19 PM
Faiing memory is bad memory. Plane and simple. I don't know what you expect to hear.
Failed = Bad (sometimes incompatible but still bad as far as the system is concerned0

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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-26, 21:30 PM
I'm just wondering if it's a hardware failure or a windows glitch. Just want to confirm before I get the warranty replacement
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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-26, 23:57 PM

Since you are dealing with 8GB chips, I would update the BIOS to the latest.


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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-27, 7:36 AM
Test it with memtest86+.
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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2013-02-27, 14:43 PM
Put the original OEM memory back in and see if its stable and also passes test. Thats you base line. If it does then your memory was the problem. Crashes result when there are noteworthy issues and not linked to OS/drivers. You can look in the event log for the critical events and what it points to.

BIOS has nothing to do with those events. If it was that bad even other systems would be dying of crashes.
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Re: Memory: Advanced Integrity Test Failed

2019-01-30, 2:49 AM

This is how to do it...

 

1. If it allows you back in, check to see the event logs...control panel...system administration...events...look for the critical error report. Find the error log and see the kernal dump. It should tell you the time and reason for the dump. 

 

2. Restart the computer and open the advanced start up with F10.  You want to run a memory test. Specifically an advanced memory test on your RAM. 

 

If the memory test fails, it means you  have a bad RAM card. If thats true, then turn off the computer, take one memory card out and then run the test again to see if that one fails or passes. 

 

The one that fails is the one that crashed your PC. A Bad RAM card can give you that blue screen. The tests will determine it. Just replace the bad card. They go out all the time. 

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