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Windows 7: Non-random BSOD "Clock Interrupt was not received..."

18 Apr 2012   #11
MindBlown

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Good idea. I'm doing that now. How long would you recommend that I log the results for each test?


UPDATE: I let my computer idle for a while and then did a short "shapshot" log at Idle. Then I ran OCCT for 45 min and FurMark for 15 min simultaneously. Here are the logs.


UPDATE: Before I start another thread let me ask if any of you have experience with the 'Windows Kernal Mode Display Adapter stopped Working And Has Recovered' problem?




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19 Apr 2012   #12
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Those tests don't look problematic. The CPU looks very cool and stable, as well as the GPU, and the PSU rails look stable as well, so there's no evident signs of problems from the logs (evident being keyword here). I'm not personally familiar enough with OCing to be able to ascertain what's good vcore voltages or not, but if you have the BIOS set to factory defaults then it should be good.

Just to make sure, did you manage to update everything, like the chipset drivers and especially the BIOS? I don't recall you mentioning you ever did so in the conversation so far.

As for the error message you're getting, that's called a TDR. You can get plenty of details about it here. What I'm curious about is why it called it "Windows Kernel Mode Display Adapter". Often it should just say "Display adapter". Hmm. Can you send us one more BSOD report as previously? Thanks.
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23 Apr 2012   #13
MindBlown

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Sorry about the delayed response, I've been out of town. What kind of BSOD do you mean? If you mean a BSOD related to the video driver problem, it doesn't cause one. The screen goes black for a few seconds and then turns back on and the error is displayed in a balloon in the bottom right.

And you're right, I haven't updated my BIOS or chipset drivers. I'm doing that now.


UPDATE: I've finished updating BIOS, chipset drivers, etc. I've been thinking about how to replicate the video driver problem but haven't thought of anything yet. The good news is that it hasn't happened today, the bad news is that I have no idea why not.
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24 Apr 2012   #14
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

What I meant by BSOD report was the JCGriff Report as you provided in the past, mentioned here. I am aware what happens during a TDR. Of course, there are times when TDR triggers multiple times in quick succession, thereby having Windows be alerted something bigger is happening and will cause a TDR-triggered BSOD.

Keep us in touch on any updates if your system happens to BSOD or not. If it fails to BSOD again, it may have simply been a BIOS or chipset driver issue.
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24 Apr 2012   #15
MindBlown

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

As I said I updated my drivers and so forth and I haven't had any trouble at all for the last two days. I'm going to wait just a little longer before I mark this thread as solved just in case but I think everything is good now. A huge thank you to both of you for the help.
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25 Apr 2012   #16
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

That's good to hear, mate. I think we might be able to write this off as being related to the BIOS or chipset drivers in need of some freshening up. You can mark solved at your discretion!
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