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Windows 7: BSOD 0x000000F4 - I suspect SSD

07 Jan 2012   #21

Windows 8 X64 M3 8102 / Windows 7 Ultimate X64

i have the same prob tried 8 SSD drives all SATA3 (OCZ,Kingston,Corsair) on both Intel SATA2 and Marvell SATA3 still bsod and i even replaced the Mobo with a new one and enabled AHCI and there HQ SATA cables and i changed them also

Z68XP-UD3R and new pc X79 chipset has yet to do it after the first time and i put swapfile on the normal HDD WD 3TB Black SATA3 only part of the Z68 pc is i have yet to change the CPU! So i think all Intel and SATA3 SSDs are defective when put together! so i am going to upgrade to AMD Phenom X8 or X16 when its released with AMD990FX chipset

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07 Jan 2012   #22

Windows 8 X64 M3 8102 / Windows 7 Ultimate X64

i think its a common prob with Sandybridge CPU itself with compatibility probs!
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07 Jan 2012   #23

Windows 7 64bit

Do you have latest firmwares on all drives?

My problem was resolved by updating firmware on SSD.
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09 Jan 2012   #24

Windows 7 Proffessional x64

searched since a month for a solution. bought a new cpu cooler, fan for my hyper-x, stepped down my frequency and cl stepping from ram, turned off intel turbo boost from my i7-2600k........

now finaly i found this one. i have a kingston hyper-x too. updated firmware now. if i get no bluescreen the next 3 weeks i post here again =)
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12 Jan 2012   #25

Windows 8 X64 M3 8102 / Windows 7 Ultimate X64

All firmware is updated along with BIOS update! and still same thing so it is the CPU sandybridge chipsets and i have even played with swapfile onto normal HDD RAID10 PCIe 8x card and even tried with cache disabled on SSDs in device manager and still bluescreens and 2 days ago i got 6 BSODs in one day!

i have even replaced Mobo/PSU/RAM/Cables and High end thermal past on CPU and forgot to add i tested even the video cards (Geforce GTX285/460/560ti/Radeon 4890/6970/6990 and my 2 new 7970s) and tested SSDs on Q6600/AthlonX2 5600+/QX9650 and via SATA-USB2.0 and the sability test on Intel Extreme Tuning Utility!

Only thing i have left to do is just buy an I5/i3 sandybridge and test that in pc!

Just to note ram passed all tests (48hour run time) ram info shows as unkown DIMMs even when its listed on Motherboard ram list Corsair Vengance Black 1866mhz
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21 Jan 2012   #26

Windows 7 Proffessional x64

so the firmeware update to my kingston hyper-x worked so far. no bluescreens yet and the system seems to be stable
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23 Jan 2012   #27

Windows 8 X64 M3 8102 / Windows 7 Ultimate X64

Well i fixed my blue screen i removed windows 7 and installed Windows 8 Dev and all fixed!
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07 Feb 2012   #28

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64

The SSD BSoD has been attributed to the new SandForce controller, SF-2281.

The BSOD is caused by a bug in SandForce's power state logic that ultimately results in the drive disconnecting from the system while it's running. It turns out that Windows isn't a fan of you hot un-plugging the drive it's running on, which results in the BSOD. We had two systems that exhibited the BSOD, both of which were fixed by the update last October.
Which can be initiated when the OS goes from idle to load rapidly, as in most games.

Firmware update should fix this issue, from last October, though there are still some instances of the BSoD still occurring on certain systems.
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