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Windows 7: Crashing: Repost


21 Jun 2009   #31

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheMyst View Post
I think auto is 1.8v. The timings I set manually.
You really should get into the habit of reporting ALL pertinent information, which includes altering the voltages and timings of the memory. If you changed ANYTHING in the BIOS, let us know, and not one item at a time in new posts. It makes it extremely difficult to provide adequate assistance.

Right, then let's try this: Go back into your BIOS, and reset to FAIL SAFE DEFAULTS. If you still have a problem, try resetting to OPTIMAL DEFAULTS.

If you have done anything else, and I mean ANYTHING that might be related, now is the time to tell us...


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21 Jun 2009   #32

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 

I locked the multiplier of my CPU to 7, as it should be by default.
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21 Jun 2009   #33

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheMyst View Post
I locked the multiplier of my CPU to 7, as it should be by default.
Have you, or have not, attempted to reset the BIOS to FAILSAFE or OPTIMAL defaults? And what was the result of the defaults reset?
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21 Jun 2009   #34

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 

I ghave not set any defaults recently and it would appear that I have not crashed since restarting after running Kapersky's removal tool.

Knock on wood.
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21 Jun 2009   #35
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Please stop changing things around while we're trying to fix this issue. Each attempt/change will change the system state - which will affect the results of what we're getting.

A memory dump is a picture of the system state at the moment in time when the crash occurred. So, if program A writes to memory owned by program B - nothing will happen until program B tries to access that memory. When program B does access the memory, that's when it'll crash. If program A has exited by this point, then there's no evidence that it caused the crash. This is why the system state is a delicate balance - and we should, at a minimum, be able to observe the same drivers being loaded throughout the parade of dump files.

Thanks!

FWIW - you can generate a crash dump of a user-mode process by locating the process in Task Manager - Processes tab. Then right click on the process and select "Create Dump File".

As with BSOD's, this is a snapshot of a point in time (of this process). Unless the process has crashed (and hasn't exited yet) there's no sense in doing it. If you're able to catch the process before it exits, use the above steps to generate the dump file. Then upload it and give us the link so we can analyze it.
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21 Jun 2009   #36

Windows 7 (7100)
 
 

Everything is fine now. I will come back if I crash again. Thank you all for your help.
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21 Jun 2009   #37

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheMyst View Post
Everything is fine now. I will come back if I crash again. Thank you all for your help.
Glad to hear it.
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