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Windows 7: Recurring BSOD during gameplay and not, bugcheck

21 Feb 2016   #21
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Could you check the PSU again please, try to make a clear photo of it, that'll help a lot

Quote:
Sunon DC12V - 126W.
I doubt this is complete or I'm understanding it wrong, but if I understand it correct and the 126w is correct then your PSU isn't enough to power your system as it can't even give enough to power the CPU and GPU when they are idle let alone the rest of your system. Then your system wouldn't even power on, it might attempt it a few times but nothing more after that.


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21 Feb 2016   #22
wc3bsodmayne

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
Could you check the PSU again please, try to make a clear photo of it, that'll help a lot

Quote:
Sunon DC12V - 126W.
I doubt this is complete or I'm understanding it wrong, but if I understand it correct and the 126w is correct then your PSU isn't enough to power your system as it can't even give enough to power the CPU and GPU when they are idle let alone the rest of your system. Then your system wouldn't even power on, it might attempt it a few times but nothing more after that.
Haha my bad I was looking at the wrong thing here's a pic of the psu


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22 Feb 2016   #23
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

That is better, but your PSU is insufficient.
The page where the minimum and recommended requirements are stated: ATI Radeon? HD 5450 Graphics
The requirements and recommendations quoted:
Quote:
System requirements and recommendations:
PCI Express® based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard
400 Watt or greater power supply recommended
Certified power supplies are recommended. Refer to Recommended Power Supplies for a list of Certified products
Minimum 1GB of system memory
Installation software requires CD-ROM drive
DVD playback requires DVD drive
Blu-ray™ playback requires Blu-ray drive
Your PSU is 300W but you need at least a 400W PSU, that might be the culprit for you.
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22 Feb 2016   #24
wc3bsodmayne

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
That is better, but your PSU is insufficient.
The page where the minimum and recommended requirements are stated: ATI Radeon? HD 5450 Graphics
The requirements and recommendations quoted:
Quote:
System requirements and recommendations:
PCI Express® based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard
400 Watt or greater power supply recommended
Certified power supplies are recommended. Refer to Recommended Power Supplies for a list of Certified products
Minimum 1GB of system memory
Installation software requires CD-ROM drive
DVD playback requires DVD drive
Blu-ray™ playback requires Blu-ray drive
Your PSU is 300W but you need at least a 400W PSU, that might be the culprit for you.
Ah okay that could very well be it. Thanks for the help. Do you have any suggestions as to whether I should replace the PSU or the GPU? I have done a bit of research and found that an Asus GTX 750 Ti is a (supposedly decent?) GPU that could be supported by my 300w psu for about $114. But it sounds like it may be a lot cheaper just to keep my gpu and replace the PSU, I am just not sure what to look for as far as PSUs go as my knowledge is limited. I searched up a few of the ones on the recommended PSU list you linked but am having issues finding those exact models for sale (I'm really only looking for a 400-500w~ PSU because I'm not playing any heavy duty games). There are a lot of psu's out there of course, my issue is I really don't know what to look for that will be compatible with my system. If this is outside your calling as a BSOD analyst do you know where I should ask around about PSUs? Apparently there is very limited space for a larger PSU in the case, I think someone said there is only like 8.5 inches of room for the PSU.

edit: I am considering this PSU at $65 XFX TS Series P1550SXXB9 550W ATX12V 2.2 & ESP12V 2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Bronze Certified Active PFC Power Supply - Newegg.com
Again, just not sure how to make sure it's compatible with my system but I think this is sufficient?
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22 Feb 2016   #25
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

If it still matters. Your H.W. Monitor log also show you need a new power supply.
You motherboard battery should also be replaced.
Your (VBAT) should be 3.0 volts not 1.63 volts.

Quote:
ITE IT8772
Voltage 0 1.70 Volts [0x8E] (CPU VCORE)
Voltage 1 1.49 Volts [0x7C] (VIN1)
Voltage 2 1.97 Volts [0xA4] (+3.3V)
Voltage 3 3.37 Volts [0xA7] (+5V)
Voltage 6 -11.90 Volts [0xF8] (-5V)
Voltage 7 2.80 Volts [0x8B] (+5V VCCH)
Voltage 8 1.63 Volts [0x88] (VBAT)
I have no idea why cpu Vcore is so high. Max should be 1.4 volts.
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23 Feb 2016   #26
wc3bsodmayne

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
If it still matters. Your H.W. Monitor log also show you need a new power supply.
You motherboard battery should also be replaced.
Your (VBAT) should be 3.0 volts not 1.63 volts.

Quote:
ITE IT8772
Voltage 0 1.70 Volts [0x8E] (CPU VCORE)
Voltage 1 1.49 Volts [0x7C] (VIN1)
Voltage 2 1.97 Volts [0xA4] (+3.3V)
Voltage 3 3.37 Volts [0xA7] (+5V)
Voltage 6 -11.90 Volts [0xF8] (-5V)
Voltage 7 2.80 Volts [0x8B] (+5V VCCH)
Voltage 8 1.63 Volts [0x88] (VBAT)
I have no idea why cpu Vcore is so high. Max should be 1.4 volts.
Okay well I'm still under warranty currently (for like 2-3 weeks not much longer). What diagnostic test should I run on the dell website to show that the motherboard battery is malfunctioning? (I've already done this successfully to get them to replace the hard drive... but of the other tests I ran none of them came up with other issues). Or will I just have to replace it myself?

E: also compatible PSU recommendations are welcomed or feedback about the one I linked above. Willing to just buy that but want to make the right choice.
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23 Feb 2016   #27
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

I see no reason to mess with warranty on a $3.00 battery.
Are you using a H.P. tower? (case)

Some H.P. cases don't use standard case measurements.
What this means is you need to measure the power supply mounting area and see if a aftermarket power supply will fit. That is the first step.

Let us know how that comes out and we can go from there.
If you have any manuals that came with your system, they could come in handy.
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24 Feb 2016   #28
wc3bsodmayne

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
I see no reason to mess with warranty on a $3.00 battery.
Are you using a H.P. tower? (case)

Some H.P. cases don't use standard case measurements.
What this means is you need to measure the power supply mounting area and see if a aftermarket power supply will fit. That is the first step.

Let us know how that comes out and we can go from there.
If you have any manuals that came with your system, they could come in handy.
Had no idea it was that cheap hah. Upon looking up replacing the battery it seems like you can mess up the socket if you don't do it right, worth doing myself? Could buy one for $1 here it seems https://www.adafruit.com/products/65...Fc6RHwoduB4H6g
Yes hp tower.
The existing power supply is about 6" wide and 5.5" long, but there appears to be about 8.5-9" of available space for another psu. I think the one I linked isn't larger than that.
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24 Feb 2016   #29
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Anything one does in a computer must be done carefully. Replace the motherboard battery is on of the easiest things to do.
When you get done you will have to reset the day and time.

I think this or I think that is not what is needed. You need to know the exact measurement.
I'm trying to stop you from buying a power supply that will not fit. If it doesn't fit by a quarter of a inch or ten feet doesn't matter. It doesn't fit or it does fit.

If it will fit the 750W power supply in the brand you have chosen (XFX) would be a good choice and it's only $9.00 more than the 650W.

It also get good reviews from this site, which I trust.

XFX Core Edition 650W & 750W Pro Review

Here is another choice.

Corsair RM750x 750W Review

Spend a little time do a little research here.

Rosewill Capstone G750 750W Review
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25 Feb 2016   #30
wc3bsodmayne

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
Anything one does in a computer must be done carefully. Replace the motherboard battery is on of the easiest things to do.
When you get done you will have to reset the day and time.

I think this or I think that is not what is needed. You need to know the exact measurement.
I'm trying to stop you from buying a power supply that will not fit. If it doesn't fit by a quarter of a inch or ten feet doesn't matter. It doesn't fit or it does fit.

If it will fit the 750W power supply in the brand you have chosen (XFX) would be a good choice and it's only $9.00 more than the 650W.

It also get good reviews from this site, which I trust.

XFX Core Edition 650W & 750W Pro Review

Here is another choice.

Corsair RM750x 750W Review

Spend a little time do a little research here.

Rosewill Capstone G750 750W Review
Well I measured out those with a ruler, they should be accurate. the 8.5" was the conservative estimate so an 8.5" psu will fit for sure, 9" would be pushing it and may not fit. Is a 6-750W psu necessary if I don't plan on playing any intensive games (or really anything intensive at all) and my gpu only requires 400w? It seems there is a XFX Core Edition 550W, should this be ample power for light gaming or would I be better off spending the extra for 650? I will read up on your suggestions tonight, thanks.
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