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Windows 7: BSOD Windows blue-screens when 100% cpu, and some randoms

23 Jan 2013   #21
Leon

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Vir Gnarus View Post
This is very unusual behavior. Either you incidentally omitted drivers from starting up, or something is causing Driver Verifier to not see the loaded module list properly, which I can't think of anything outside of malware doing that. Have you ran through any procedures to get your system scanned for malware?

I'm seeing hardware-related problems in some of the new crashdumps, especially stuff like IP misalignments which are commonly caused by hardware failure.

I'm curious, is your system stable without the wifi dongle connected, or are you waiting to get that cable first before you decide to test it that way?
I have a professional version running of malwarebytes, i bought a licence a few monts ago. But i'm running a full system scan right now, i'll post the results later when it's done

Let me say this. My system is longer stable for like 48 hours or so, with the usb dongle, i have used it over 2 years now. In the end of last year i did a motherboard and cpu upgrade, Before that i did not have any stability problems what so ever, but that was on a high end asus board. The problems were starting after a two weeks running with the new system. Than the BSOD where starting, and i did some testing and reading myself on google, try to troubleshoot the problem. When i do nothing fancy with the pc, like its running idle and just some small programs, it can take up to 48 hours or a little more for a BSOD. But when i'm downloading, and using quickpar, or i'm running a game it takes usualy between the one and two hourd for a bsod, but than the system load is high.

For my piont a vieuw right now,, is that with or wihout the dongle connected, the BSOD is still comming.


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23 Jan 2013   #22
Leon

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Leon View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Vir Gnarus View Post
This is very unusual behavior. Either you incidentally omitted drivers from starting up, or something is causing Driver Verifier to not see the loaded module list properly, which I can't think of anything outside of malware doing that. Have you ran through any procedures to get your system scanned for malware?

I'm seeing hardware-related problems in some of the new crashdumps, especially stuff like IP misalignments which are commonly caused by hardware failure.

I'm curious, is your system stable without the wifi dongle connected, or are you waiting to get that cable first before you decide to test it that way?
I have a professional version running of malwarebytes, i bought a licence a few monts ago. But i'm running a full system scan right now, i'll post the results later when it's done. But now i realise it's in Dutch, if you want to know somthing for translation, please ask.

Let me say this. My system is longer stable for like 48 hours or so, with the usb dongle, i have used it over 2 years now. In the end of last year i did a motherboard and cpu upgrade, Before that i did not have any stability problems what so ever, but that was on a high end asus board. The problems were starting after a two weeks running with the new system. Than the BSOD where starting, and i did some testing and reading myself on google, try to troubleshoot the problem. When i do nothing fancy with the pc, like its running idle and just some small programs, it can take up to 48 hours or a little more for a BSOD. But when i'm downloading, and using quickpar, or i'm running a game it takes usualy between the one and two hourd for a bsod, but than the system load is high. As of this morning and the hour before the last BSOD i installed the network cable.

For my piont a view right now,, is that with or wihout the dongle connected, the BSOD is still comming.
I just was thinking of something. In the beginning of this threat i said i can run prime95 for 48 hours and that is a 100% load for 48 hours, but then no problems. I just put in a log from malwarebytes, and a log from Speccy, so then you know exactly wich kind of hardware i have.

Personaly i think it is the board, i have all the sata ports connected, usb3 is disconnected now due to driver failure from asrock. The know about it. And the high end cpu. I think the cheap board from asrock is not capable enough. But i was looking for another board the ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z. But it cost 4 times more than my board now. Should it be a good thing to do? At least they have good usb3 drivers :-)

Thanks
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23 Jan 2013   #23
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

There's nothing particularly wrong with ASRock mobos, they are very capable boards for their price and aren't built with cheap caps or anything like that. However, there's always the case where you either happen to end up setting up some incompatible configuration or you happened to have received a dud, which I think the latter is what we're dealing with. That doesn't really explain why drivers aren't showing up on Driver Verifier, but that's whole other problem in itself. Honestly, if this is hardware-generated BSODs, no crashdumps can tell us that answer, they can only tell us potential software-induced issues.

I do recommend replacing that board, either with a replacement model or a different one, just make sure that the RAM setup you have is compatible.
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23 Jan 2013   #24
Leon

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Vir Gnarus View Post
There's nothing particularly wrong with ASRock mobos, they are very capable boards for their price and aren't built with cheap caps or anything like that. However, there's always the case where you either happen to end up setting up some incompatible configuration or you happened to have received a dud, which I think the latter is what we're dealing with. That doesn't really explain why drivers aren't showing up on Driver Verifier, but that's whole other problem in itself. Honestly, if this is hardware-generated BSODs, no crashdumps can tell us that answer, they can only tell us potential software-induced issues.

I do recommend replacing that board, either with a replacement model or a different one, just make sure that the RAM setup you have is compatible.
Oke, i'm going to do my homework on this, I will contact my supllier, and will try to get some awnsers. Probably i'll end up with making a repair request, and deinstall my mobo. I'm gonna try to get some money back, because this is the secont time it happend. When i bought the first one, it was DOA, they replaced it in two day's. But now it's the second time. As i said before, i was looking at another high-end board, because in the near future i will buy a second and third videocard, and the high-end board is taking the full potential of all 3 cards.

I want to thank you very much Sir Vir Gnarus, and of course all the other people for your help in my situation. It's a strange problem, but now i know what i have to do. But now i have a website/forum where the people know stuff, and i will come back for sure. I will finish this threat, i will not go any further with this problem.
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24 Jan 2013   #25
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

When it's a mobo/PSU problem, it's almost always strange. Those buggers create the most random and nonsensical behavior in a system. Here's hoping you have don't have to end up swapping hardware much. Good luck, skipper!
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