Pavilion dv7t - 6 c 00: RAM upgrade will BSOD

I bought this computer a few years knowing at the time that I could have upgraded to 16 GB of RAM. Yesterday, I replaced a hard drive in another HP with anticipation of upgrading the RAM, only to discover that it was already contributed the most. I see nothing for mine that says I would have problems (chipset, proc, ram speed, etc.). I had some PNY sodimm ddr3-10666. I know it's a superior to 10600 clock speed, which is what came installed, but everything I read (including the packaging that the new ram came) States, the system will be just to the low clock at 1333 mhz. I got about 2 hours of use today before a BSOD, so I stopped and considered as to remove the new RAM. I swapped the sticks in the measure of the placement of mobo (I can't find anything that says it's really important for this model), but still have the same question. I can sit on the login screen of windows, but as soon as I connect and start something, I get another BSOD. Is there something I forgot, or the system hate this memory?


It's the memory that you want; That is to say a pair of these 8 GB modules for a total of 16 concerts:

Module memory 8 GB for use only with the computer models equipped with an Intel processor (10600, DDR3 1333 MHz) 634091-001

Mr. Kingston, it's selling as a compatible module:

It is the memory low density of 1.5 volt. You can link us to the specifications of the memory you have installed? I saw also known as PC3-10600 and sometimes PC3-10666 DDR3. Memory speed is indicated two ways... the DDR3-1333 says it runs at 1333 'calls' per second or data rate double to 667 "turns" or cycles per second. PC3-10600 talking bandwidth... how much data can pass through per second.

So yes, it is I suppose that you have installed incompatible memory. It is not as easy as before.

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