|01 Nov 2011||#1|
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ASUS mobos having random BSODs
I got my first ASUS M4A89GTD PRO wich have exactly same problems. Now i have M4A77T and BSOD continues. Just last night my friend called and his ASUS sabertooth is having random bsods
Ive tested with my current A-data memory with Microsoft memory test 8hours and Memtest86 7,5 hours. No errors!
Testing have included Athlon/phenom, SSD/hdd, AMD 4870/5870, only Zalman 850w PSU is still same.
I found that ASACPI.sys would solve many bsods, but unfortantely that didnt do the trick. I think most stable system is gained when no windows updates are installed at all.
I couldnt get System Health report, poor thing crashed everytime i tried to run it. I attach another health report after i restore system image. After restoration system started acting unstable again (SP1 installed).
All help is appreciated!
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