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Sportzaddict

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  1. Yep, pretty much what you said. Fresno Pacific left NAIA for D2 in 2012.
  2. I knew the video stream was behind, so I was listening to the radio, then saw it on the stream. Haha
  3. Could confirm this. I'm a Niners season ticket holder. Lol the prices are ridiculous.
  4. Yep. I'll be watching since it's the last college football game. I enjoy college football more than I do the NFL.
  5. At least they made it a game after going down 2 to 0. You could tell the Fins wanted to end it in regulation. They kept attacking and attacking.
  6. And just like that, the game is tied!
  7. And....... then they get a goal back. Lol
  8. Down two goals with 14:00 to go. It'll be tough.
  9. Try going back to your original ram set-up. Take the new ones out. If the bsod goes away, then you know it was because of one of those new ram sticks you bought. 4 slots, so from the top of my head, it would go ram 1, 3, 2, 4. Try that out. Looking at your other screenshot, it looks like your motherboard is reading the whole 32gigs of ram though. The thing with the bsod, it could be anything, from a faulty ram stick, hd/ssd failure, bad drivers that was just installed, and etc. You could try a memory test also. Not sure which OS you're running, but you could follow directions on this link. Pretty simple. https://www.memtest86.com/technical.htm#new
  10. Yep, the blue screen of death. Check your ram sticks. Take them out and then put then back in. If you still have the bsod after trying that, for example, if you have two ram slots, remove one stick and let it run on one. Test it. Sometimes it could be from a stick of ram that goes bad.
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