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Windows 7: Multiple Bsod Problems Fresh Install Win 7 64 Bit

10 Apr 2012   #11
billspice

win 7 64
 
 

Hi adam thanks agfain for your reply, thrers a few things that maybe a bit old but fuinny enough windows updater has found them before i was just curioous to solve the problem with zigzag saying some drivers were old, but as i menetioned windows update had fully been run, and i assume there mustnt be newer ones avalible as windows theoretically should have found them?

the only oldish hardware in there, is a adaptec scsi card 39320, but ive managed to get latest driver from 2010 which was made after win 7,
the other hardware in there, (which came with drivers but the cd was broke) i a 4 port sata non raid card allowing me to have more hd connected, i have one hard drive connected to it, and its been fine, again, windows update found the driver for it
Im assuming this is probably one of the older drivers i cant seem to get as in the .sys files mentioned by zigzag
SiWinAcc.sys
SI3114.sys
Ph6xIB64.sys

Thanks again for all the help!


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10 Apr 2012   #12
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Don`t worry about what zigzag tells you, just check device manager for any problems and go from there. Sometimes you just gotta say bye bye to old hardware.

And when I say zigzag i meant a program, not the user. If that was the name of it.
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10 Apr 2012   #13
billspice

win 7 64
 
 

Hi greg sorry about that

when i first installed win 7 and updated there were no intal yellow explanination marks next to the drivers?
so am i right in saying windows update did a correct job?

and also this time after reinstalling im a right in saying install drivers from asus first and then check windows update?

wereas zigzag said before to update the drivers he mentioned, then surely they are the latest drivers avalible as windows update is not finding anything newer?

and if they are a possible cause as what zig said said how would i go about gfinding a resolution>?

***im sorry if im repeating myself things seems to be going over my head, as its 5am in the morning over here and ive been trying to eradicate a few problems!

Againg hanks for all your help!
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10 Apr 2012   #14
gregrocker

 

I'd work with zigzag to see if any of the drivers are traced to BSOD since he is a specialist in that area.

To find out what the drivers are you only need to Google them. For example I highlight each of the three above and rightclicked Search with Google and knew what they were in seconds.

I was offering more General advice if the overheating issue or changing specific drivers which the BSOD specialists identify as a cause don't solve your problem. I myself would want a baseline perfect clean reinstall with only the Win7 installer and Update drivers to troubleshoot from there.
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10 Apr 2012   #15
billspice

win 7 64
 
 

Thanks adam!

its a strange one as previously i had win 7 installed for over 18months in the system and never had a bsod, i had freezes etc every now and then but nothing to bad, and all the hardware seemed to plod along well together

the only hardware changes since then, is a ati hd540 vga card

and a brand new intel 520 series 120gb ssd

Thanks again mate appreciated!
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10 Apr 2012   #16
billspice

win 7 64
 
 

@greg thanks again!

ill do the bassline regarding the fresh install, install manufacturer drivers and then run windows update

but regarding the .sys files after googling them i could find general information but was stumped on findng maybe the correct installer package that would apply a fresh update of that driver, thats why i was hoping of finding it thru windows updater, but its not picking it up so it must be the last version made, and as mentioned before i didnt seem to have any problem with them on a prrevious install on the smae system which ran win7 for 18month, but obviously there casuing a problem now, its identifying maybe exactly what they are and install package wise with that causing a bit of a problem

Regarding older hardware, i think the ph6x(etc.sys is down to an older pre 2009 pinnacle pctv card in the system, but this was in the system previously when it ran perfect

maybe im not seeing it right as ive got a hell of migraine coming on!

Edit i mamnaged to find the silicone 150 sata driver for siwinacc.sys, the driver on the site was the smae as the one installed i downloaded and tried to install/update, but i think it was older than the one on there, so i deleted the hardware from device manager, reooted windows and windows update found it and reinstalled a fresh copy of it,
the driver date of the actual package was 22/04/2009
and the driver version was 1.2.9.0 (which is the same as silicone website)

@zig

Remaining the only driver now with what im having trouble finding is
Ph6xIB64.sys, (i think its releated to a pinnavle pctv 7010x tv/sat pci express card installed) and what it was installed. i think i have updated/removed the other drivers that were a problem as per you mentioned

Reagdring the pctv card i dont really use the card at the minute but i plan to once i get the tv aerial setup in the room, however this card was installed previously before making a fresh install of windows 7 on the new ssd i have bought, and i can report in the 18 months of running win 7 i never had any blue screens or problems with the computer and this pinnacle card was present then, the only change to the system, is a low profile ati hd 5450 vga card, and the new intel 520 ssd drive

I look forward to your reply

And thanks again!
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11 Apr 2012   #17
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by billspice View Post
@greg thanks again!

ill do the bassline regarding the fresh install, install manufacturer drivers and then run windows update

but regarding the .sys files after googling them i could find general information but was stumped on findng maybe the correct installer package that would apply a fresh update of that driver, thats why i was hoping of finding it thru windows updater, but its not picking it up so it must be the last version made, and as mentioned before i didnt seem to have any problem with them on a prrevious install on the smae system which ran win7 for 18month, but obviously there casuing a problem now, its identifying maybe exactly what they are and install package wise with that causing a bit of a problem

Regarding older hardware, i think the ph6x(etc.sys is down to an older pre 2009 pinnacle pctv card in the system, but this was in the system previously when it ran perfect

maybe im not seeing it right as ive got a hell of migraine coming on!

Edit i mamnaged to find the silicone 150 sata driver for siwinacc.sys, the driver on the site was the smae as the one installed i downloaded and tried to install/update, but i think it was older than the one on there, so i deleted the hardware from device manager, reooted windows and windows update found it and reinstalled a fresh copy of it,
the driver date of the actual package was 22/04/2009
and the driver version was 1.2.9.0 (which is the same as silicone website)

@zig

Remaining the only driver now with what im having trouble finding is
Ph6xIB64.sys, (i think its releated to a pinnavle pctv 7010x tv/sat pci express card installed) and what it was installed. i think i have updated/removed the other drivers that were a problem as per you mentioned

Reagdring the pctv card i dont really use the card at the minute but i plan to once i get the tv aerial setup in the room, however this card was installed previously before making a fresh install of windows 7 on the new ssd i have bought, and i can report in the 18 months of running win 7 i never had any blue screens or problems with the computer and this pinnacle card was present then, the only change to the system, is a low profile ati hd 5450 vga card, and the new intel 520 ssd drive

I look forward to your reply

And thanks again!
I would remove the card and its drivers until you resolve this issue and until you plan to use it. If the help file is that old the software must be as well and cannot be win 7 compliant UNLESS you install it in compatibility mode and even then it may not be.

To install an older driver in win 7 you need to install it in compatibility mode.


To install in compatibility mode right click the installer, go to properties, then compatibility. Choose the appropriate OS


Compatibility Mode




Regarding a baseline: I would do a clean install and not use anything not on the win 7 dvd as my baseline. Then you can add 3rd party software until a problem arises and you will know what it is that caused it.
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