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Windows 7: BSOD Problem on start-up, begins a reboot cycle continuously.

17 Jul 2013   #31
clookoo2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

I was using the Seatools for windows application and it found no problems in my Hard Drive, but it wouldn't scan the USB-1394 devices for some reason. I'll include a snapshot of what seatools is displaying, as well as a snapshot of Crystal Disk.
And just for a why not, I'll also include a snapshot of the temperatures of my GPU and CPU at idle temperaturesm.


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18 Jul 2013   #32
x BlueRobot

 

It's most likely not supported by Seagate, and there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with your hard-drive or the temperature of your computer.

Let's begin with the processor tests:

Run Blend Test, Small FFT's and Large FFT's, I would recommend around 2-3 hours for each test, unless the temperature exceeds 80*C, stop the test immediately.There's also the small chance of drivers causing problems.
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18 Jul 2013   #33
clookoo2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

After about 2 minutes it got to 200 degrees Celsius. And that was just using the small FFT's. But it quickly cooled off and is idle at 11 degrees Celsius. I've included Snapshots of what Prime95 said, though I doubt it will be very helpful since I had to close it so quickly. The most interesting part is that right up until the last 30 seconds or so, all the cores were maintaining temperatures no higher than 48 degrees C.
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18 Jul 2013   #34
x BlueRobot

 

What did you monitor the temperature with? CoreTemp? If it was 200*C the computer would completely shut down.
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18 Jul 2013   #35
clookoo2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Yeah I was using Core Temp, I didn't know that the computer would just shut down automatically. I know allot about hardware but not much about the specifics of them huh, so you think that Core Temp is reading the wrong temps? I can use Hardware Monitor to see the Temps maybe more accurately I don't know. Like I said before, the Core Temperatures were below 50*C until the last 10 seconds or so, so maybe Core Temp really is reading the wrong temperatures. Hmm, It's still worrying to here a loud beeping sound warning me about the degrees of the Processor.
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19 Jul 2013   #36
clookoo2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

I'm just wondering if it helps for me to keep saying that the BSOD happened again and keep uploading those Zip files, Cause It did happen again today, and I will include the Zip file, but if it doesn't help anymore at this point then I'll stop. But there was another peculiar problem that happened today that may or may not be related to the BSOD problem, but the computer crashed and emitted a very loud static noise from my speakers, and I was forced to hold down the power button to shut it off. I think it may be an overheating issue, but I'm not sure. I just don't know why I'm having so many problems with this PC. Everyday seems to be slightly different.
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19 Jul 2013   #37
x BlueRobot

 

Monitor your temperatures with HWMonitor CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting

I think CoreTemp must be having trouble with reading the temperatures properly, otherwise something is seriously wrong.

We know something is wrong with the hardware, but it's finding the actual problem.

Same consistent crash (Stop 0x124) -

Code:
===============================================================================
Section 2     : x86/x64 MCA
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Descriptor    @ fffffa800e541148
Section       @ fffffa800e5412d0
Offset        : 664
Length        : 264
Flags         : 0x00000000
Severity      : Fatal

Error         : BUSLG_GENERIC_ERR_*_TIMEOUT_ERR (Proc 0 Bank 4)
  Status      : 0xfe00000000070f0f
  Address     : 0x00000000e0100140
  Misc.       : 0xc00a0fff01000000
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19 Jul 2013   #38
clookoo2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Yeah, I just had a thought, I heard that some people have had BSOD from their CD drive, it's possible that that is what's causing the problem. It's a HP generic CD DVD drive that came with my old HP computer and maybe it just isn't compatible with the Motherboard. At some point I'm going to try running the PC with the CD DVD drive unplugged and see what happens.
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20 Jul 2013   #39
clookoo2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

This is insane, CPUID Hardware Monitor must be having a hard time reading the temperatures as well, because I am currently running Prime 95 test, and CPUID is reading temperatures of around 200 degrees C, which must be impossible because I can touch the heat-sink that's on the CPU and my computer Is running fine. I mean My CPU is making a quiet screeching sound, but that's probably from the stress test working the CPU cause it isn't really a worrying sound. I don't understand why programs are having such a hard time reading proper temps from my CPU.
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20 Jul 2013   #40
x BlueRobot

 

Sorry for the really slow reply, been really busy,

You most likely have faulty temperature sensor on your motherboard. I would unplug the CD/DVD drive, just so we can rule out that possibility. What does the temperature read as in the BIOS?
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