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Windows 7: When BSOD and SF Diagnostic Tool doesnīt match!

04 Aug 2013   #11
jaxtone

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Ok!


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04 Aug 2013   #12
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

I'm sorry to put you though this.

Just to make sure I know what the problem is. While at boot press F8 a number of times
As if you are trying to boot into safe mode.

When you're presented with the "Advanced Boot Option"
Highlight "Disable automatic restart on system failure" and hit enter.

This time the BSOD will remain on screen until you manually restart.

Note that if the stop code is 0x0000007B (first code on the left, I'm sorry I'm on my mobile so no pictures)
Then continue with the steps depicted below. If it is not post back here.

In the BIOS.
Advanced mode> Advanced tab> SATA Configuration> SATA Mode
By default it's set to AHCI, the installation was done on IDE mode most probably.
Change that to the other option then it is set to now, save and reboot.
You should successfully logon to Windows now.
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04 Aug 2013   #13
jaxtone

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Whoa! I red this a little too late... just had a friend that is both an excellent bass player and programmer here at my place.

He tried almost everything until he took out my old system disk that I had as a slave disk and then put the Windows 7 install DVD into my DVD player, pressed install and about 3 minutes later it was all fixed. The OC wasnīt just there anymore and windows starts as a clock.

I even tried to render out a 3D sequense on 68 frames without any Blue Screen in sight. So for what itīs worth I pray to the good force that this will last for long.

Thank you, I know you did everything you could to help and Iīll come back if my luck wont last.

Regards
Jack
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04 Aug 2013   #14
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jaxtone View Post
Whoa! I red this a little too late... just had a friend that is both an excellent bass player and programmer here at my place.

He tried almost everything until he took out my old system disk that I had as a slave disk and then put the Windows 7 install DVD into my DVD player, pressed install and about 3 minutes later it was all fixed. The OC wasnīt just there anymore and windows starts as a clock.

I even tried to render out a 3D sequense on 68 frames without any Blue Screen in sight. So for what itīs worth I pray to the good force that this will last for long.

Thank you, I know you did everything you could to help and Iīll come back if my luck wont last.

Regards
Jack

I am happy to hear that you're up and running again!
I guess you can say this whole thread had a "timing" issue...
Code:
CPUID:        "Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3820 CPU @ 3.60GHz"
MaxSpeed:     3600
CurrentSpeed: 4549
pun intended
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04 Aug 2013   #15
jaxtone

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Well, I was probably happy a little too soon!

About thirty minutes ago there computer hang up and went into a freeze mode when I tried to write a contract in Word.

Well, I shut it down and restarted and what happend? I was informed of that my computer didnīt shut down in the right way and was automatically directed into "Windows Error mode" and asked to start Windows normally again...

So I did and the window with information about overclocked failure popped up again and suggested me to press F1. I pressed F1 and were thrown into BIOS again. Then I pressed F10 and didnīt save anything at all. Thatīs it, I am on the track again and the computer works fine... at least until now!

Something is really wrong here and I guess it could be the RAM as well as anything else, but one thing is for sure, I will not try out anything at my own again, it just cause problems and steal time from everyone.

Regards
Jack
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05 Aug 2013   #16
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

What did you and your friend do exactly to make windows operate again?
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05 Aug 2013   #17
jaxtone

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

We did put in the Windows 7 program disc into my DVD-player and restarted from that place. At first everything seemed alright and the CPU speed was just 1200, could even render about 70 frames in my 3D program without any trouble at all. But I am not sure that every things alright since later in the afternoon yesterday the computer went down again and when I restarted it the window that told me my Overclocking failed popped up.

I started windows as the "Windows Error mode" and asked to start Windows normally again... and there was the information about my CPU speed at 4700 again! Damn!

About your earlier information I got a question. When the BIOS doesnīt have the same item names as you suggested itīs hard for me to know which one I should use instead. I guess that there are different standard names from BIOS to BIOS depending on which factory that have constructed the mother board, but is there any lexicon or manual so I can separate this from that?

Regards
Jack
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05 Aug 2013   #18
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jaxtone View Post
We did put in the Windows 7 program disc into my DVD-player and restarted from that place. At first everything seemed alright and the CPU speed was just 1200, could even render about 70 frames in my 3D program without any trouble at all. But I am not sure that every things alright since later in the afternoon yesterday the computer went down again and when I restarted it the window that told me my Overclocking failed popped up.

I started windows as the "Windows Error mode" and asked to start Windows normally again... and there was the information about my CPU speed at 4700 again! Damn!

About your earlier information I got a question. When the BIOS doesnīt have the same item names as you suggested itīs hard for me to know which one I should use instead. I guess that there are different standard names from BIOS to BIOS depending on which factory that have constructed the mother board, but is there any lexicon or manual so I can separate this from that?

Regards
Jack
It appears that your overclock is still present
I've made this for you:
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02 Sep 2013   #19
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

Any updates?
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