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Windows 7: Multiple code errors, BSOD while gaming/netflix/idle...

14 Aug 2012   #81
smarteyeball

 
 

I've had a quick look at your old dumps vs the new ones and they don't really look all that different. Same over the place, non-specific with a couple of h/w based results.

I assume you reset and input the correct RAM timings with the new kit?

I've only had time to skim this thread, but it appears that:

You've replaced your RAM - same result.
You've done a fresh OS install - same result.

Honestly, it might be time swap the CPU.


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14 Aug 2012   #82
RedsennaCy

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

Mk. I'll send it in then. That's what I've been waiting for, and yes. New os install.

The only thing is that my BIOS isn't straight forward with timings. Maybe I don't have the timings the way they should be?
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13 Oct 2012   #83
redsennacy2189

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate
 
 

So. I have sent in the CPU, which was flawed and have received a replacement one around 8/20/12. My computer was doing very well up until recently. 9/29-10/13 are the dumps I would kindly ask you guys to take a look at, as I'm not quite sure what they mean.

My main issue has been two things. The computer, when put to sleep, does not sleep. The screen goes blank but it still sounds like everything is running, and cannot be woken up.

The other is that when ^ that happens, the red light on my Mobo goes on for the MemOk button. I have resat my RAM, and am about to run memtest on the sticks (if you folks don't remember, i switched to AMD 4Gbx2 1333 sticks).

Could someone take a look at what the bccodes mean while I run memtest? I only had about a month of no problems, and now they're starting back up again. They mainly come when i'm watching videos or am emailing, not during gaming anymore

thank you
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17 Oct 2012   #84
redsennacy2189

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate
 
 

bump? Happened again today
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24 Oct 2012   #85
redsennacy2189

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate
 
 

Happened again... would appreciate a response.
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25 Oct 2012   #86
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by redsennacy2189 View Post
They mainly come when i'm watching videos or am emailing, not during gaming anymore

thank you
That counts out load intensive tasks being the cause.

What were the results of memtest? Any errors found?


So far you've replaced your RAM and CPU and have done a fresh OS installation (with all chipset drivers installed).


Do you recall installing any apps/drivers etc when it stopped working again?

(I'm on my iPad so I can't check the dmps, sorry)

At this point it's feasible to wonder whether if the PSU is flaky (it's a Corsair~great brand, but nothing is infallible) or whether the mobo is a dud.
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25 Oct 2012   #87
RedsennaCy

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

I just noticed this as well. It also occurs when my computer is at the log in screen. I have ran the sfc and checked the disk for errors. Nothing. Running mem test again since the MemOk button keeps coming on when the comp blue screens at the log in. The current settings are 9-9-9-24, 1333MHz.

I had RMA'ed my motherboard about 6 months ago, Asus said it was fine. My CPU was a dud, and that was replaced. My RAM was said to not be compatible for AMD boards, so I bought AMD RAM and went down to 1333 to be safe.

Mem test, my first run, did not show any problems. I'm running it again as we speak. As far as the PSU is concerned, do you think it's not enough power? Or a fault in the system? It can still be RMA'ed. My OS has not been reformatted since march.
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27 Oct 2012   #88
smarteyeball

 
 

As far as the PSU is concerned, 650w is more than adequate for your setup.

In the BIOS, usually under hardware monitoring, there should be some values for your PSU. A 12v, 5v and 3v rating.


If any of those values are way off ie 10v on the 12v , then it could be a cues for concern. Unfortunately the only real way to test a PSU is with a multimeter.


At the moment I'm trying to think of all "potential " culprits.


If there are no memtest errors, then we could probably rule out ram and even mobo. And since the CPU is new, that as well. The timings look right for a 1333mhz kit. As long as that's what's on the sticker.


As for The red light, I believe that's normal For it to light up when ever ever there is an error.




I hate to say it, but it's getting to the point where you might have to take it somewhere to be tested. A shop will have plenty of spares to swap parts to eliminate the issue.


I'm tying to avoid you going out and buying parts "on the off chance" that's what the problem is.
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28 Oct 2012   #89
redsennacy2189

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate
 
 

the PSU timings are fine for 12v (11.93), 5v(5.02), and 3v (3.3).

Mem test has not come up with anything, but when I looked at my hardware monitoring, it looks like my two channels for my RAM are on different timings. The comp isn't recognizing them as a pair, but as single channel. I linked a picture of the monitoring report. Also the latest blue screen.

I found a BIOS update that I need to install. downloading an application that can run ROM files, since that's how ASUS wants to play this game.

I really am hoping it's the BIOS update and or me screwing up the RAM again.
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