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Windows 7: BSOD a lot during video rendering/gaming, bccode A1, D1, 7a, e, etc

01 Mar 2015   #11
Slartybart

x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePrem
 
 

Thanks glenjj,

I just wanted to be sure that the correct reg file was used since there was no dump produced.

Good, it's not an overclocking issue since you don't overclock.

Reseat memory module(s) , not reset
- physically remove the memory module and reinsert.

Bill
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05 Mar 2015   #12
glenjj

Windows 7 home premium 64bit
 
 

Is everything normal with my volts etc in the screenshot?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Slartybart View Post
Thanks glenjj,

I just wanted to be sure that the correct reg file was used since there was no dump produced.

Good, it's not an overclocking issue since you don't overclock.

Reseat memory module(s) , not reset
- physically remove the memory module and reinsert.

Bill
.
Oh lol, well yeah I can redo that.

I'm actually waiting for my pc to crash now... the one time I want it to and it's been stable the last few days Lol go figure
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05 Mar 2015   #13
ICIT2LOL

Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10
 
 

Yes the volts are ok it is the Nuvoton section that you need for PSU info the VBATT is the dead give away - it is the CMOS battery (BIOS) volts.
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06 Mar 2015   #14
glenjj

Windows 7 home premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ICIT2LOL View Post
Yes the volts are ok it is the Nuvoton section that you need for PSU info the VBATT is the dead give away - it is the CMOS battery (BIOS) volts.
I don't understand half of what you said sorry XD still learning all this stuff, so there is a problem with my volts? or isn't :/
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06 Mar 2015   #15
ICIT2LOL

Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10
 
 

OK Glenn I am guessing it is an Asus board a' la the Nuvoton section in your readout in HW Info unless it is a brand of board that uses it too - another common one is ITE.
But I digress that section shows to major voltages on the rails coming from the PSU and it they are not within +/- 5% of the rated voltage then you will have problems failures etc etc

So if you take the 12v rail for example - probably the rail most important then anything below 11.4v and above 12.6v will impact on the machine working - or not. Now a PSU has a special test circuit within it that tests those rails outputs before allowing a signal to pin 8 on the 24 pin plug from the PSU to then allow the CPU to fire up it is a safety feature and is called the Power_Good signal.

Now not all PSU's are made equal as we all know and the better brands have far better test circuits before the Power_Good is sent - it does this in a heart beat and if that signal goes out of set limits it will shut the machine down even after it has started running. All this is why I asked for the PSU readout
Quote from the link Voltage Rails - Power Supply 101: A Reference Of Specifications
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The Power_Good signal (sometimes called Power_OK or PWR_OK) is a +5 V (nominal) active high signal (with a variation from +2.4 V through +6.0 V generally being considered acceptable) that is supplied to the motherboard when the power supply has passed its internal self-tests and the output voltages have stabilized. This typically takes place anywhere from 100 ms to 500 ms (0.1–0.5 seconds) after you turn on the power supply switch. The power supply then sends the Power_Good signal to the motherboard, where the processor timer chip that controls the reset line to the processor receives it.
I have attached a pic of your PSU readout with the rails marked.

I hope I haven't been too obscure with this it is just that without the PSU performing well - nothing else is going to, and I do stand to be corrected on what I have said
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06 Mar 2015   #16
glenjj

Windows 7 home premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ICIT2LOL View Post
OK Glenn I am guessing it is an Asus board a' la the Nuvoton section in your readout in HW Info unless it is a brand of board that uses it too - another common one is ITE.
But I digress that section shows to major voltages on the rails coming from the PSU and it they are not within +/- 5% of the rated voltage then you will have problems failures etc etc

So if you take the 12v rail for example - probably the rail most important then anything below 11.4v and above 12.6v will impact on the machine working - or not. Now a PSU has a special test circuit within it that tests those rails outputs before allowing a signal to pin 8 on the 24 pin plug from the PSU to then allow the CPU to fire up it is a safety feature and is called the Power_Good signal.

Now not all PSU's are made equal as we all know and the better brands have far better test circuits before the Power_Good is sent - it does this in a heart beat and if that signal goes out of set limits it will shut the machine down even after it has started running. All this is why I asked for the PSU readout
Quote from the link Voltage Rails - Power Supply 101: A Reference Of Specifications
Quote:
The Power_Good signal (sometimes called Power_OK or PWR_OK) is a +5 V (nominal) active high signal (with a variation from +2.4 V through +6.0 V generally being considered acceptable) that is supplied to the motherboard when the power supply has passed its internal self-tests and the output voltages have stabilized. This typically takes place anywhere from 100 ms to 500 ms (0.10.5 seconds) after you turn on the power supply switch. The power supply then sends the Power_Good signal to the motherboard, where the processor timer chip that controls the reset line to the processor receives it.
I have attached a pic of your PSU readout with the rails marked.

I hope I haven't been too obscure with this it is just that without the PSU performing well - nothing else is going to, and I do stand to be corrected on what I have said

Soooo.. my PSU is not working right?
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06 Mar 2015   #17
ICIT2LOL

Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10
 
 

No mate it is fine you can see but the rails I marked off - no probs I thought a little insight might explain why I was a bit pedantic about knowing why I wanted to see those rail volts.

That HW Info also if you want some in depth info on other components use B: it will detail out to the Nth degree see pic for an example - my RAM in my main machine.
You can do this for all components just by clicking on the + against what you want to look at for brand, model, specs etc takes no time at all and like I said so in depth detail.
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11 Mar 2015   #18
glenjj

Windows 7 home premium 64bit
 
 

Okay I have had 3 bsod recently and none saved any minidumps, and since installing that registry edit the bsod screen goes away so quick, dont even see the minidump countdown to 100% now like it used to...

So now what? pc still crashes, 4A was the last one, during video rendering as usual
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