|07 Aug 2012||#1|
BSOD with D3, Startup
I'm hoping to get some advice since I've run out of ideas. I called MSI today and they couldn't really help me. Told me to wait a few more days and to send the laptop back if I continue to experience the BSOD. The guy there seemed to believe it was a problem with D3 and not my hardware and just had me add the game to my nvidia control panel (3d settings). I've had about a dozen BSOD since the 7th. The most common error message is memory management, I've also received bad pool header and IRQL not less or equal. Here are the files:
This laptop is fairly new, purchased last November. I tend to get the crashes playing D3. When I try to restart the laptop normally after a BSOD sometimes it crashes repeatedly as well. I have tried chkdsk, windows memory scan, and sfc scannow. Nothing shows up. I have also reinstalled D3, reverted to a more stable GPU driver and I'm still getting problems. I suspect there's something wrong with my RAM and something needs to be replaced. I'm planning on running memtest86 after I find a CD to burn the iso file onto.
Thanks for any help! It's much appreciated.
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|07 Aug 2012||#3|
Thanks for the information on memtest. I was able to get it running for around 6 hours and it caught over a million errors. Unfortunately I don't know how to share the results...are they stored anywhere on the computer after testing? I'm also worried about testing each stick per the instructions because I might void my warranty if I do so. I'm guessing my next step is to send it to MSI or the reseller for repairs.
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