|23 Jul 2014||#4|
Hi, good day to all. in case i am too late to share my experience regarding the same problem as the topic starter, I will still share my experience on how I solved my BSOD for all people who have the same problem.
First i will start with the "symptoms" and the history regarding that matter:
When I bought my PC on the 2nd week of january 2014, I immediately installed the OS windows 8. After a few days I experienced my screen freezing(I can move my mouse and alt tab to other opened applications, such as chrome, but after a few seconds, that application which I alt-tabbed into, freezes also. When that happens, I always restart my pc(using the restart button below the power button). However, there seems to be a problem when I do that because it seems that it doesn't pass the logo of my motherboard's manufacturer(where it shows press f2 or f8 to enter UEFI or BIOS settings). When that happens, i need to turn-off my AVR to have a complete reset of the PC. I didn't mind the problem since it only happens once or twice a week. After 3 months, i felt that the problem is worsening since it happens almost every time I play heavy games(COD:Ghost, Battlefield4, Dota2; all on max settings with max Anti-aliasing possible). At first I thought it was a windows 8 incompatibility and because that I messed up with my registry and some drivers and stuffs. I then decided to go back to windows 7 and I am very sure that I installed all drivers correctly and without any errors, little did I know that the problem still continues to exist. However, this time, the screen just not freezes but also shows the BSOD without any minidump file(even though i am sure I have the correct settings for my OS to create one every after BSOD). I went to the shop where I have bought my computer, and I let them troubleshoot my pc. Unfortunately, they cannot solve the problem. So i came back home, and after 3 days of reading,reading and reading, I came to an idea to try to isolate the issue on the rams. I tried removing 1 ram and tried it on both yellow slots of my motherboard(dimm_a2 and dimm_b2) still it has BSODs.
The problem was only solved when I placed my 2 rams to the black slots of my motherboard(dimm_a1 and dimm_b1). Now, I can play uninterruptedly. I hope I did help you.
P.S. Sorry if that is quite long, I can't guarantee that I will visit this site again, for I only registered here to post my experience.
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