|23 Aug 2011||#1|
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Random and continuous BSOD. never happened so... Help appreciated
I've just bought a new PC.
I assembled it piece by piece (i'm not a newbie in this) since i installed
Windows 7 Pro x64 OEM (i bought the OEM DVD)
the PC ever had problems.
to install windows7 i taken about 5 tries. during installation Windows 7 setup said me it was unable to complete the installation, so i re-formatted and reinstalled until it completed the operation.
now he gave me random BSOD (IRQL_... and others) and i'm unable to work on my PC as when he start to crash, then it can continue to re-launch the BSOD in minutes... sometime happens that he bsod-reboot also 15-20 times consecutively...
I used HQ components (Intel I7 + Asus P7P55D Mobo + Corsair DDR3 RAM, Asus nVIdia GTS450 + TpLink Wifi adapter, 4 WesternDigital HD)
Actual configuration is that the HD are in Raid1 in couples. OS are on a couple of Raid1 HD (1TB + 1TB) - other couple in raid1 serves as data store.
I noticed that many time the volumes go degraded or Initializing after BSODs... and in this cases, to make the PC load at a decent speed i had to disconnect one of the OS HD eitherway Raid Re-initializing take all the HD performance and Windows 7 load in more than 8 minutes.
i already run MemTest86+ for 6 hours. No errors found.
if i start windows in Safe Mode he seems to not crash, but i can't assure this as some time PC worked for over 8 hours in normal mode... then started to crash... (but the most of the times, in standard mode, PC crashes after some minute from the boot)
i also had problem in making the ZIP to attach here... PC crashed while the tool was generating files... so i cleaned files and re-executed the tool in SAFE MODE and runned the PERMON in Standard Mode. Woof! just crashed some second after clicked on Save as ... file saved!
thanks for your help!
Last edited by trumpet; 23 Aug 2011 at 04:10 AM.. Reason: added some detail
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|24 Aug 2011||#4|
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I'm not an expert at analysis of dumps, but you just might be able to narrow your problem down by running the Driver Verifier.
Driver Verifier - Enable and Disable
Another fault-isolation procedure which is much more drastic is to install one hard disk - no raid- and see if your system isn't trouble free. Raid brings many possible complications.
If with only one drive, and if is 2TB in size, then partition it so that 1 TB is the biggest size of a partition, then you end up with zero problems then you know that the problem is raid related. If the system still bsods, then fault-isolation will be easier.
I'm only fluent in english and german, thus reading the files is a little difficult for me.
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