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Windows 7: Totally Random BSOD with windows 7 64 and RIVE

28 Jan 2012   #21
yannickhk

Windows 7 ultimate 64bits
 
 

So I'm back and thank you for the help given so far, it's really appreciated.

So I am running with one RAM stick now, one graphic card and everything at stock except for the RAM timing which I relaxed as instructed.

These are the voltages that you asked:
- VTT CPU 1.256V
- DRAM Voltage 1.650V

Something weird happen though, with the first RAM stick that I've tried I couldn't get passed the windows login without a BSOD or instant reboot. Now I've changed that, the PC boots up just fine. Could all of these pbs be caused by one RAM?

If need be, I can run verifier again. But last time I tried it wouldn't pass the windows logo at all and ended up with an immediate BSOD.

Edit: BTW I tried the first stick in different slots, same result.

Edit 2: Had a BSOD again, MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, so now I am running with one RAM stick from my HTPC. Those are good, I am certain of it. Been using them for a year with no problem.


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28 Jan 2012   #22
yannickhk

Windows 7 ultimate 64bits
 
 

Ok, had a couple of BSODs again so it's definitely not the RAM. I received a warning from AIDA64 b4 the latest BSOD though, saying Warning: RAM 0.050V, whatever that means.

It's got to be the MB. I mean I've tested everything else, RAM, CPU (in safe mode, PRIME95 for 5 hours).

I'm ordering a new one see if the pb persists. If it does I'm gonna throw the damn thing out the window lol
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29 Jan 2012   #23
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yannickhk View Post
Ok, had a couple of BSODs again so it's definitely not the RAM. I received a warning from AIDA64 b4 the latest BSOD though, saying Warning: RAM 0.050V, whatever that means.

It's got to be the MB. I mean I've tested everything else, RAM, CPU (in safe mode, PRIME95 for 5 hours).

I'm ordering a new one see if the pb persists. If it does I'm gonna throw the damn thing out the window lol

JMH (in post 2 ), Dave76 (in his most recent post) and I suggest you run driver verifier. Since you are convinced your ram is ok (and your not overclocking) chances are it is a driver. We wont know which till you run it.
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29 Jan 2012   #24
yannickhk

Windows 7 ultimate 64bits
 
 

Ok, but when I run verifier it doesn't get past the logon. So what should i do? The audio drivers make it crash.

Btw I've redownloaded memtest86 and it's working now. Running the 4th pass as i'm posting. No errors so far.
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29 Jan 2012   #25
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yannickhk View Post
Ok, but when I run verifier it doesn't get past the logon. So what should i do? The audio drivers make it crash.

Btw I've redownloaded memtest86 and it's working now. Running the 4th pass as i'm posting. No errors so far.
Highly likely its not memory. It doesnt need to get past logon. Upload the dmps you have.

We cant do much for you with out data. JMH, Dave76, and I have asked you to run it and until you do we cant have a definitive answer.

We have asked before.
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29 Jan 2012   #26
yannickhk

Windows 7 ultimate 64bits
 
 

Ah ok, I didn't know that I could get dmp files like that. Running verifier as instructed in the previous post right now. How long should i let it run?
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29 Jan 2012   #27
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Refer Posts 23 & 25.

We ARE trying to help you get you this problem corrected...

Can you help us to help you?
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29 Jan 2012   #28
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yannickhk View Post
Ah ok, I didn't know that I could get dmp files like that. Running verifier as instructed in the previous post right now. How long should i let it run?

Refer my Post 2.
All of the necessary instructions are there.


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Reboot the system and wait for it to crash to the Blue Screen. Continue to use your system normally, and if you know what causes the crash, do that repeatedly. The objective here is to get the system to crash because Driver Verifier is stressing the drivers out. If it doesn't crash for you, then let it run for at least 36 hours of continuous operation (an estimate on my part).
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29 Jan 2012   #29
yannickhk

Windows 7 ultimate 64bits
 
 

Ok, it's crashed and the bsod indicated something about a driver being verified. I'll let it crash a few times so that you'll have more than 1 dmp file.

Edit: Apparently only one dmp got created. I am attaching the corresponding file.

Should I keep trying to get into normal mode? It crashes before login.
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29 Jan 2012   #30
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by yannickhk View Post
So I'm back and thank you for the help given so far, it's really appreciated.

So I am running with one RAM stick now, one graphic card and everything at stock except for the RAM timing which I relaxed as instructed.

These are the voltages that you asked:
- VTT CPU 1.256V
- DRAM Voltage 1.650V

Something weird happen though, with the first RAM stick that I've tried I couldn't get passed the windows login without a BSOD or instant reboot. Now I've changed that, the PC boots up just fine. Could all of these pbs be caused by one RAM?

If need be, I can run verifier again. But last time I tried it wouldn't pass the windows logo at all and ended up with an immediate BSOD.

Edit: BTW I tried the first stick in different slots, same result.

Edit 2: Had a BSOD again, MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, so now I am running with one RAM stick from my HTPC. Those are good, I am certain of it. Been using them for a year with no problem.
As already mentioned, I recommend running Driver Verifier to look for troublesome drivers.

Post the crash dump files and full BSOD Posting instruction files when you get a crash.
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

Remove your audio drivers, check for new drivers at the Asus site. If they are the same drivers you have now, you will need to find an older driver.

When you ran the RAM test was it memtest86+?
RAM - Test with Memtest86+

After you get some Driver Verifier crash dumps, let's bring the DRAM and VTT CPU voltages down.
They are high, your CPUZ SPD tab doesn't agree with those voltages.
They might be reasonable for 16GB RAM, but for 1X4GB RAM you should lower them to see if it has any affect.
Although I haven't seen high DRAM and VTT CPU voltages cause a crash, it is worth a try.
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