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Windows 7: BSOD Windows 7 RC 7100 x64 at Clean Install


03 May 2009   #11

Windows 7 RC 7100
 
 
Got it working

Hi Julson,
i got it installed but i had to installed on a plane new disk, but after installation screen refresh was very slow so installed the graphic card driver. After that it worked fine.
But if I understand right, your problem already is during installation process!?

Only by the way, on my desktop pc I had more then 4gb of ram installed which caused exactly the same error message as you posted. After reduced it to 4gb it was working. But I saw that you have only 1gb installed, so that ist not the problem neither.

I only can say that for me the RC seems to be more instable then the beta.

So MS still has to do some efforts the get things running well.

Perhpas you can tell us what steps in the installation process you can handel or if the blue screen comes right at the beginning.

I will try to use setup for a while and then post my experiences of stability, because only by using one can tell. And ybout beta i can say it is working fine. My daughter and my girl frind are working on there pc's all the day on it without problems, so let's see.

Good look for you furter testings Julson.


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04 May 2009   #12

Windows 7
 
 

@ Enzo: I already have dual-boot and it actually always worked fine...

@ RiderInTheSky:
The BSOD comes right in the beginning just after Windows has collected files from DVD and the first bootscreen which prepares the installation (at clean install).
At the Upgrade BSOD appears after the bootscreen of the first reboot during install.
To say it all in once: Everytime after Windows had its first time to boot -> BSOD.

Maybe the BSOD itself helps us further: What does all the following numbers actually mean?

0x00000124 (0x0000000000000004, 0xFFFFFA8000E21038, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000)

(there was another person here who had a similar problem. he updated the BIOS and all worked fine... I have just updated my BIOS and nothing works fine... still exact the same problem.)

hope, we'll find the solution of the prob...

regards.
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05 May 2009   #13

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

hmmm, think this is beyond my knowledge, hope someone knows the solution.

GL

Enzo.
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05 May 2009   #14
Microsoft MVP

Vista and now 7 in 32 and 64 bit.
 
 

I am having the same problem, Windows 7 64Bit. I have worked through the beta program and have had less problems than most I read on these pages. The RC has produced this shutdown error. In my case, it happens when I have left the computer idling for, say, more than an hour. I have tried playing with the sleep and hibernate options, without any change.
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05 May 2009   #15

Win 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Julson View Post
@ Enzo: I already have dual-boot and it actually always worked fine...

@ RiderInTheSky:
The BSOD comes right in the beginning just after Windows has collected files from DVD and the first bootscreen which prepares the installation (at clean install).
At the Upgrade BSOD appears after the bootscreen of the first reboot during install.
To say it all in once: Everytime after Windows had its first time to boot -> BSOD.

Maybe the BSOD itself helps us further: What does all the following numbers actually mean?

0x00000124 (0x0000000000000004, 0xFFFFFA8000E21038, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000)

(there was another person here who had a similar problem. he updated the BIOS and all worked fine... I have just updated my BIOS and nothing works fine... still exact the same problem.)

hope, we'll find the solution of the prob...

regards.
Not sure if it applies but Google suggests.

1. Go to the BIOS by pressing [DEL] during POST.
2. Go to Advanced Chipset Features.
3. Go to CPU Configuration
4. Select C1E Enhanced Halt State and set it to Disabled
5. Press [F10] to save the changes and exit.
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05 May 2009   #16

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

Mine sometimes, when i got to restart it, comes up with some memory referencing error, but i never get to read it, cuz it closes and continues the restart.. :S

Enzo.
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05 May 2009   #17

Windows 7 build 7229 x86
 
 

Hey guys I'm new to the forum but I've been struggling with the same problem for the last two days with RC1 both 32 and 64 bit...I may have made some headway in my case.

My system specs are:

MSI K9VGM-V mainboard
Athlon X2 3800+
2GB DDR2 800 RAM - GSKILL
EVGA GeForce 8600GT 256MB PCIx

I Tried several burns and now am installing from a USB Stick.

I was having the same BSOD with uncorrectable hardware error after loading installation files, it would show the starting windows screen....then BSOD 15 seconds later. I noticed it would restart right after my optical mouse would flash I figured it was loading device drivers.

I pulled the PCIx video card and installed using integrated graphics and IT WORKED! Installed fine booted right up. So I shut it down and reinstalled the graphics card and it immediatly blue screened again in the same spot. I started in Safe Mode and it would blue screen right after trying to load a driver file, I can't remember the name of it because I had to reinstall an operating system that would work....it started with pnp*** and it had a .sys extension IIRC.

I've tried disabling C1E Enhanced Halt State, and I've spent the last 6 hours messing around in the BIOS seeing if any other options would allow me to install or run it with the video card.

I'm curious if anybody else who has had this problem has an NVIDIA card or even what type their using....AGP, PCIx, PCI....if this is just in my case or maybe it's the problem that's causing the BSOD for everyone??

I've googled myself to death with this problem, I used the first beta release no problem, this has only come up since trying to install RC1...
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05 May 2009   #19

Windows 7 build 7229 x86
 
 

Interesting, does "hotplugging" mean installing the card while the system is running or to install the card without drivers and then boot and install afterwards. Also I've run Vista for quite some time and never had an issue, what are the chances of this hotfix working with 7? I assume slim to none.

I've found something that has to do with the STOP error in the BSOD that the code refers to a PCI Express error so maybe something will come of that, rather frustrating though that this problem is still in 7 if thats the case considering its in RC release now and it's still not fixed...grrr
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06 May 2009   #20
Microsoft MVP

Vista and now 7 in 32 and 64 bit.
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by davehc View Post
I am having the same problem, Windows 7 64Bit. I have worked through the beta program and have had less problems than most I read on these pages. The RC has produced this shutdown error. In my case, it happens when I have left the computer idling for, say, more than an hour. I have tried playing with the sleep and hibernate options, without any change.
Adding to this:
For once, I have had a positive exchnage with Microsoft feedback on this. They are putting me through the hoop with a couple of experiments, with subsequent uploading of my dump files. If they come up with a solution, I will repost.
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