|06 Jan 2011||#1|
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Win 7 (64 bit) - Non-stop BSODs, within 5-10 minutes of boot up.
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) [Full Retail]
MOBO: Asus M4A89GTD-Pro/USB3
CPU: Athlon Phenom II x4 955 Black Edition
AUDIO: Realtek (Motherboard Default)
PSU: OCZ Modular - 500 watts
0x000000c4 (Tried verifier a few times, couldn't get too far on my own)
I had a solid working computer that I decided to get parts for on Christmas that would be significant upgrades. Before I did anything the computer was 100% solid and stable. As I went on getting parts, I needed to upgrade other parts, eventually leading to a set of new components to a completely new computer. All of the dumps will probably tell the story, so to avoid confusion here's the order which lead to things...
I have the following major points if someone could take the time to help me:
1. Understand a new video card is coming, so anything Nvidia related will be removed from the symptoms soon and I'll be able to move forward with troubleshooting those issues further. So you don't need to spend extra time on that. I explained it above so you could understand what's happening with the previous bsods.
2. I'm worried about drivers that may be causing problems outside of the video card. This way I can pre-emptively start working on the next steps. While some of the initial things I can see point to possible memory issues, I've done extensive memtest86 passes on them in many scenarios and would like to ensure there are not drivers that I have missed an upgrade for before I consider an RMA on what "seems" to be good RAM.
3. I am aware that the audio driver is currently "out of date". It is a test to get stereo mix working right now. I will have no problem updating it but am curious if over the last 4 days if there is any drivers related to the realtek that could have caused a crash as you look around.
Thank you to anyone who considers looking forward into this issue. And even if you don't reply or work on this, thank you for your consideration of at least possibly going into it.
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|06 Jan 2011||#2|
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Installed new video card.
Old: Nvidia 9500 GT
New: ATI HD 5770
I'm no longer am getting BSOD 0x00000116 at all. So that's a step forward. The system is crashing during video intensive games (League of Legends/StarCraft II) though. I have also since uninstalled AVG. I saw mention of Microsoft Security essentials, Is that the one to go for? or is there another advised Windows 7 64bit alternative that's advised?
Errors are attached, 6 minidumps so far.
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