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Windows 7: Intermittent BSOD on boot after splash, before login 0x00000116 , 117

04 Feb 2013   #11
Northernsoul55

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bigups View Post
Thanks, yes the motherboard isn't a week out of the box. I could return it but then I'm out a computer a week or more on the turnaround, and it costs me another couple hours for a reinstall. I'm not sure what to do on this front, but I'll mark it solved since the technical aspects are dealt with. Thanks

So far Furmark hasn't crashed and the GPU has leveled off at a max of 65C after 30min.
Sounding more like your motherboard PCIe gen 3 slot has issues.
Hope you get it resolved.

Ive asked another member to look into it, so pop back later
as he will be able to assit further and may have a solution.

cheers

Dave


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04 Feb 2013   #12
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bigups View Post
I tried the new PSU. No luck.

Finally, and not sure why I didn't try this sooner, I moved downgraded to the pcie 2.0x16 slot. Voila. It boots regularly to the login screen without crash.

Is this likely a hardware or software issue? What should I do?
  1. RMA motherboard for a replacement
  2. RMA motherboard for a different brand/model
  3. Live with it (bandwidth is not an issue for a 5770)
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Northernsoul55 View Post
Hi Bigups,

Sounds like your PCIe gen 3 slot is kaput on the motherboard, you will lose the bandwith using 2.0x16 slot.

Im no expert in this field, but will consult with another member before any course of action.

Is your motherboard still under guarantee?

Try test stressing your card now in the new slot.

Cheers

Dave
I also thinking in the same line as Northernsoul55. As the card is working nicely in another slot, the earlier slot should be problematic itself, and a slot is a motherboard component.
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05 Feb 2013   #13
Northernsoul55

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bigups View Post
I tried the new PSU. No luck.

Finally, and not sure why I didn't try this sooner, I moved downgraded to the pcie 2.0x16 slot. Voila. It boots regularly to the login screen without crash.

Is this likely a hardware or software issue? What should I do?
  1. RMA motherboard for a replacement
  2. RMA motherboard for a different brand/model
  3. Live with it (bandwidth is not an issue for a 5770)
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Northernsoul55 View Post
Hi Bigups,

Sounds like your PCIe gen 3 slot is kaput on the motherboard, you will lose the bandwith using 2.0x16 slot.

Im no expert in this field, but will consult with another member before any course of action.

Is your motherboard still under guarantee?

Try test stressing your card now in the new slot.

Cheers

Dave
I also thinking in the same line as Northernsoul55. As the card is working nicely in another slot, the earlier slot should be problematic itself, and a slot is a motherboard component.
Thanks Arc for the confirm
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