|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!
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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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