It has a "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT" BSOD, not IRQL.
Hello! So, a while ago, I built a PC for my brother, pretty wierd build, but it seemed to work alright, until the last few months. Specs:
8 GB of RAM (1x4 GB DDR3 1600 single sided + 2x2GB DDR3 1066 double sided)
Asus Sabertooth X58
WD 500 GB 7200 RPM HDD (which is suspect is dying, SMART and CrystalDisk reported couple of times otherwise, tho every time one of the BSODs mentioned above happens, it gets corrupted from 34% up to 100%)
GTX 660 Gigabyte
Intel i7 950
Corsair VS550 PSU
Windows 8.1 is installed on this PC. Any help fixing this issue? Also, I ran AIDA 64 stability test on the memory and the local disk. At some point, the test was ended with a Warning which said that a failure was detected. Ran it then on the disk for 5 minutes, nothing (tho the disk had high usage even after the test was ended, which is not normal considering what programs I have running in the background, which is closer to none) and after that I ran it on the memory. After 5 minutes, the PC BSODed again that thing, the HDD also never ended its high activity from nothing. Is it the memory or the HDD? Or is it both? Or the drivers for the MoBo, as it doesn't officialy have any for Windows 8.1? Or is it all of these?