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Windows 7 x64 installation BSOD with >4GB Memory


mshultz
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In my attempts to install Windows 7 x64 on a new motherboard, I kept getting a Page File BSOD.  I came across something on the web indicating this was a problem with the installer.  After buying a 4GB DDR4 memory stick, I was able to install it on an Asus Q170 motherboard.  Finally able to replace my Asus P8Q77.  I don't remember the last time I installed Windows 7 x64 on the Asus P8Q77.  Never had any troubles.  Perhaps I only had 4GB of memory at the time.  I was able to get a Windows 7 x64 iso through Microsoft that was current to August 2018.  Saved a lot of time downloading patches.  A few patches would not install until I manually installed KB4490628 and KB4523206.  KB4474419 was already installed.  Anyway, I now have a newer system, including 2 SSD hard drives.

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