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Windows 7: I am utterly dissapointed with Microsoft...

31 Oct 2011   #21
marsmimar

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But it's funny you know, everytime something gets fixed on this machine, a new problem comes up. First were the faulty ram, then was the faulty hard drive, then again another faulty ram, then came the drivers, then came a faulty windows installation and now comes high ºC CPU....

Just read the quote to drive off evil from your computer!
I figure it couldn't hurt



A Latin Exorcism



It's non-denominational - safe for everyone!

Source: http://www.psifly.com/cr2/index.php?...0931#msg140931


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31 Oct 2011   #22
gregrocker

 

Try using IE9 to do the same things then watch for spikes.

Simultaneously watch the temps at these exact times so you know if heat and your old CPU paste is the first suspect to be tackled.

Turn off all Startup items except AV (which is what?) in msconfig, then on it's Services tab select Hide all MS Services and uncheck all but AV, reboot, check back several times for intruders. You now have a clean boot.
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31 Oct 2011   #23
ArgentineBoy

W7 ULTIMATE 64b
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
Try using IE9 to do the same things then watch for spikes.

Simultaneously watch the temps at these exact times so you know if heat and your old CPU paste is the first suspect to be tackled.

Turn off all Startup items except AV (which is what?) in msconfig, then on it's Services tab select Hide all MS Services and uncheck all but AV, reboot, check back several times for intruders. You now have a clean boot.
Jesus Christ....now im noticing weird things again.

Ok, when I first started after CLEAN ALL and reformat, I told the ATI OVERDRIVE to lower the frequencies of the GPU and manually set the GPU fan to 30%....there were no changes this morning (7:39 AM)....now I come, 5:28 pm, and I see (look image).

Ok, OMFG, right now I had a BSOD with "fault_no_paged_area". Thankfully Google saved my text. my machine started a CHKDSK on its own but I canc

OAKSONjagFA, ANOTHER BSOD AFTER 2 MINUTES, this time "PFN_LIST_Corrupt".


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Firma con problemas:
Nombre del evento de problema: BlueScreen
Versión del sistema operativo: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Id. de configuración regional: 3082

Información adicional del problema:
BCCode: 4e
BCP1: 00000099
BCP2: 000C68C5
BCP3: 00000000
BCP4: 000C75C5
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 768_1

Archivos que ayudan a describir el problema:
C:\Windows\Minidump\101811-27534-01.dmp
C:\Users\GelbenHaus\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-36691-0.sysdata.xml

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Im going to upload both minidumps.

THIS OBVIOUSLY HAS TO DO WITH ATI DRIVERS, NOW THAT I THINK ABOUT IT, IT MAKES SENSE:

-WHEN I USED TO INSTALL THE DRIVERS FROM THE CD; THERE WERE NO BSODS, ONLY FREEZES
-NOW THAT I DOWNLOAD THE DRIVERS FROM THE NET, THERE ARE BSODS, AND NO FREEZES!


Ok, this is also weird, Windows is starting to "Undo" things I've done. For example, before first BSOD, the Google Chrome icon was attached to the task bar, now, after second BSOD, it's gone.

Look, Windows Security Essentials updates "have gone" and its disabled.

I cant add Minidumps to ZIP or RAR, even changing owner and "total control". I cant ***** understand, it says "You dont have administrator privileges" WTF? IM AN ADMINISTRATOR ! Managed to get past it by copying both files, and pasting the copied files into the zip

Great, this seems to be a bad joke, remember what I told you about windows going FUBAR and files/icons missing? well, take a look at the third image,Windows Explorer is now missing in action

WHAT'S WORSE, WHY AFTER SEVERAL RESTARTS THE BSODS ARE GONE?!?! WHY THE MACHINE IS DOING THINGS I DIDNT TOLD IT TO DO??, IT DOESNT MAKE ANY SENSE!

Sorry If Im being rude, but after spending 1400 dollars (and counting) on the PC and then seeing it break down its something which you cant easily handle...specially if you take into account, that I've never managed to run this machine for one month without problems.

EDIT:Gahhh, take a look again at those page errors...


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31 Oct 2011   #24
gregrocker

 

Please post the minidumps to the Crashes sub-forum using this format: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions - Windows 7 Forums

Some of our smartest people are there and will give it a fresh look for you.
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31 Oct 2011   #25
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

Since everything is apparently going wrong and the exorcism is looking like an option - can you get your hands on another PSU and just swap it over for a while? Fluctuating voltages could cause your observed problems.
....maybe you've tried this and I missed it.
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31 Oct 2011   #26
ArgentineBoy

W7 ULTIMATE 64b
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mjf View Post
Since everything is apparently going wrong and the exorcism is looking like an option - can you get your hands on another PSU and just swap it over for a while? Fluctuating voltages could cause your observed problems.
....maybe you've tried this and I missed it.
Geez, I dont have any other PSU available. I live 30km away from my Hard provider and right now its closed.

Again, if it is a faulty PSU, how come, after several restarts, it works fine?

Im thinking the guys over at the tech provider just turned on the computer and ran some casual tests, nothing serious, maybe that's the reason behind them saying 4 times the same "No, we didnt stumble across anything, its 100% fine".

Well, they also mentioned something about voltage here in my area. San Miguel, Buenos Aires is known to have spikes (lights sometimes go a little bit dim and then return to normal).
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31 Oct 2011   #27
Darkelk

Windows 7 64 Home Premium
 
 

Is there any chance they could stress test the system for you? see what they come across and think? Just by looking at all those issues, Personally I would just go with a new build or test each individual part. :P
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31 Oct 2011   #28
gregrocker

 

You have tested the RAM for 5-6 passes and run maker's HD diagnostics extended CD scan, correct?

Run this test of mobo next: CPU - Stress Test with Prime95 - Windows 7 Forums
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31 Oct 2011   #29
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ArgentineBoy View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mjf View Post
Since everything is apparently going wrong and the exorcism is looking like an option - can you get your hands on another PSU and just swap it over for a while? Fluctuating voltages could cause your observed problems.
....maybe you've tried this and I missed it.
Geez, I dont have any other PSU available. I live 30km away from my Hard provider and right now its closed.

Again, if it is a faulty PSU, how come, after several restarts, it works fine?

Im thinking the guys over at the tech provider just turned on the computer and ran some casual tests, nothing serious, maybe that's the reason behind them saying 4 times the same "No, we didnt stumble across anything, its 100% fine".

Well, they also mentioned something about voltage here in my area. San Miguel, Buenos Aires is known to have spikes (lights sometimes go a little bit dim and then return to normal).
Geez, I honestly don't know if you're being funny or serious. I know PSUs don't grow on trees and like your problem their failure mode isn't black and white.
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31 Oct 2011   #30
ArgentineBoy

W7 ULTIMATE 64b
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mjf View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ArgentineBoy View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mjf View Post
Since everything is apparently going wrong and the exorcism is looking like an option - can you get your hands on another PSU and just swap it over for a while? Fluctuating voltages could cause your observed problems.
....maybe you've tried this and I missed it.
Geez, I dont have any other PSU available. I live 30km away from my Hard provider and right now its closed.

Again, if it is a faulty PSU, how come, after several restarts, it works fine?

Im thinking the guys over at the tech provider just turned on the computer and ran some casual tests, nothing serious, maybe that's the reason behind them saying 4 times the same "No, we didnt stumble across anything, its 100% fine".

Well, they also mentioned something about voltage here in my area. San Miguel, Buenos Aires is known to have spikes (lights sometimes go a little bit dim and then return to normal).
Geez, I honestly don't know if you're being funny or serious. I know PSUs don't grow on trees and like your problem their failure mode isn't black and white.
Sorry, but I thought that in the United States and Europe they had hardware providers everywhere, wish the same happened here

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Is there any chance they could stress test the system for you? see what they come across and think? Just by looking at all those issues, Personally I would just go with a new build or test each individual part. :P
I've been thinking the same. You'll see, everytime we decided to take the PC to the hard provider (technician) my father took it, so I dont know how he explained the problems to them. Guess One of these days I'll have to join him and tell everything to the technicians. But for sure they wont be happy....it would be the 5th I take the machine to them....

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You have tested the RAM for 5-6 passes and run maker's HD diagnostics extended CD scan, correct?

Run this test of mobo next: CPU - Stress Test with Prime95 - Windows 7 Forums
Yes, Diagnostics, Memtest, OCCT, Prime95, all passed without erros.Right now, I dont think about making any stress test, I dont want to fry my CPU. Idle stands at 50 and peaks to 70' when browsing, I dont wanna know what happens under full stress. I'll make the test as soon as I get the thermal compound (tomorrow or Wednesday)

Guys, you'll wanna take a look at this...remember those random CHKDSK's at start? Well, I found how to disable them here in W7 forums...the first step told me to run the command CHKNTFS *Hard Drive*.....and....well....surprise!

Really, this is an insult, why earlier CHDKSK tests showed no errors or problems and now they come up with errors?

If you dont understand spanish, it says that C: is damaged and there are bad sectors...


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