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Windows 7: BSOD Every Hour, Error 0xF4

28 Oct 2014   #1
Spicier

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BSOD Every Hour, Error 0xF4

This all started when I first installed my Razer Megalodon headset. I installed the device's latest firmware and let Windows install the rest of the drivers for me. It all worked fine for a good hour. Then the BSODs started occurring. The error I get is 0xF4, I have googled the problem many, many times but still no luck. I have tried almost everything such as downloading a hotfix (which wasn't applicable), uninstalling and reinstalling the headset's drivers and I even tried updating my BIOS and reinstalling Windows. I have also tried resitting the RAM and cleaning the parts gently with a hoover incase it was overheating. Still no luck. Even when I unplug the headset and uninstall the drivers, I still get the BSOD. It's like the headset has done some damage deep into the PC.

I will attach the .zip file so you guys can analyse my problem.

Thanks,
Spicier.


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07 Nov 2014   #5
Spicier

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Fixed the problem! I went online on some forums and saw someone had solved their problem by updating the firmware on their SSD, mine was an M4-CT128M4SSD2. I got the firmware update by googling "M4-CT128M4SSD2 firmware update" and downloaded it and used Universal USB Installer to install it on a bootable USB stick. Then I booted the PC, loaded up the BIOS and selected the USB stick and it started to update the firmware.

Hope this helps someone!

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