CRC Error's ???

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  1. Davros

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    I was installing a game but the installer said some file failed crc check
    I tried several times and even copied the contents of the dvd to a folder on the hard drive.
    I noticed that on different attempts different files would fail and files that failed previously passed.
    That got me thinking it wasnt a problem with the files.
    So I tried changing the memory speed, mine was set to 1600mhz xmp profile 1
    I disabled xmp that set the ram to 1333.
    I tried the install again and it worked fine.
     
  2. Malo

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    If you really want to go back to XMP profile, you can try raising the voltage slightly to the ram and see if it helps with stability.
     
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    These are the options I have
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    For DRAM Voltage you would set the XMP profile, see what it sets the Voltage value to (eg. 1.500v) and try 1.550v or 1.600v and see if it's more stable.
     
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    Thanks, but I think I'm going to err on the side of caution and leave it at 1333
     
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