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Windows 7: Numerous BSOD screens, have tried everything cant find problem!

09 Apr 2013   #31
Arc

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You should try to reset the BIOS.
How To Clear CMOS (Reset BIOS)

Also try a driver rollback, to one version that worked good lately.
Device Manager - Roll Back Driver

And, use the onboard graphics to see if it is occurring the same there or not.

We need to eliminate the probable chances of a stop 0x50 display driver BSOD, so these are needed.


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09 Apr 2013   #32
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

which driver am i looking to rollback? How do I use the onboard graphics card? Its really crazy because I dont get the blue screens often anymore, i get them in the morning but then the computer seems stable for the rest of the day. I wont know if anything worked until I get another blue screen or not get one.... so do I just us the onboard graphics for the next day or so?
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09 Apr 2013   #33
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Rollback the driver that is failing .... obviously the display driver.
If it is crashing again, unplug the VGA/DVI/HDMI port from the GPU's end and plug it to the motherboard's end.

Bet before everything, reset the BIOS. Just remove the COMS battery and place it again.
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09 Apr 2013   #34
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

Click the start button, type device manager in the search box, click on device manager and click the arrow next to display adapters. it will look like this except for the card will be your card.
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Right click on the card and select properties, go to the driver tab:
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Click on the roll back driver button

Also, your computer will not burn up , just watch the temps. You can stop the test if temps get too high. Download and install MSI Afterburner, and go to the monitoring section, check the GPU temp and at the bottom select show in task bar. You will see the temps of your graphics card. Also download and install Core Temp. It will show the temp of your CPU cores. Monitor them during tests. You can always stop any stress test. I run them all the time on my computer. When you reset CMOS, remember the sata controller settings you have now. Go into bios after replacing the battery and set defaults (F5) afyer setting the defaults, set your sata controller back to what it is right now or your computer won't boot. Save and exit.
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09 Apr 2013   #35
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

Ok thanks I will try all that in a few. I was reading around and decided to run a driver verifier test. As soon as I restarted my computer screen turned a million colors and froze, i got nervous and shut it off because the blue screen didnt come. Should I do it again and leave it be until it blue screens? It just sits there with a bunch of weird colors covering the entire screen. Maybe this can help me determine the exact drivers causing these blue screens?
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09 Apr 2013   #36
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Driver Verifier is only needed when we dont have the proper concept as to what driver is failing ..... but here we know it with certainty that it is the display driver. What more information we may expect from DV?

We now need to discriminate it between hardware and software issue. We are trying in this direction.

Rather you should have followed the instructions given.
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09 Apr 2013   #37
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

Oh ok i thought since I kept getting different blue screens maybe it was more than 1 driver. I will do what you suggested now. can you tell me what temps my cpu and gpu should never exceed when running the stress test?
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09 Apr 2013   #38
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During the GPU stress test, if you see that the heat is crossing 80s ... and tending to 90's, stop it. But in most of the cases they stay within 70's.

Observe for any artifacts or display crashes during the furmark or OCCT test.
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09 Apr 2013   #39
CG1644

NY - New York
 
 

OK will the test stop when its completed or do I need to manually stop it at a certain point? Sorry for so many questions, i have never done a stress test before.
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09 Apr 2013   #40
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Usually the test stops after the designed time, but it may crash in between. But if dont crash and continue to that heat mentioned earlier, stop it manually.
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