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Windows 7: Random BSOD NEED HELP! T_T W7 Ultimate 64bit

05 Sep 2010   #11
Ashwolves

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

I'm getting Irritated about this BSOD thing grrr, I was playing wacraft when it BSOD again its says "ATTEMPTED_WRITE_TO_READONLY_MEMORY" and its point to ntoskrnl.exe - address in stack-ntoskrnl.exe+f0db2.


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05 Sep 2010   #12
Ashwolves

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

looks like if i play wacraft i get bsod now it has no bsod message it just points to 2 new files. dxgmms1.sys+21098 and watchdog.sys+122f. here is the dump file also attached in this message.
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05 Sep 2010   #13
Ashwolves

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

OK one of the weirdest thing happened after putting back again the 1GB memory, it worked all fine with no BSOD until now I can even play warcraft again, so weird. ~_~

Any one can comment on this because i can't deduce the problem. ^^''

oops edit I forgot to mention I disabled Kaspersky Internet Security 2010, I feel though it has a connection to the problem since, I have been reading the forums and some of the problems points out to anti virus and anti malware software's.
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06 Sep 2010   #14
Ashwolves

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Update still no BSOD. looks ok now hmmm. But still i have this weird feeling. >.<
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06 Sep 2010   #15
Ashwolves

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

If this goes until tomorrow with no BSOD what should I do guys ? Should I just ignore what memtest showed ?
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06 Sep 2010   #16
Ashwolves

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Ok just as I though the odd feeling I'm having is here I got BSOD playing warcraft again this time, while playing I alt+tab to run some songs when it BSOD me again. >.<

here is the minidump guys.
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06 Sep 2010   #17
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Ashwolves, I see two things going. First, I suggest that you uninstall Kaspersky while you are trouble shooting. Kaspersky is known to cause BSOD's on some Win 7 systems. Use this removal tool:Info > Tool. Download and install Microsoft Security Essentials and make sure Windows Firewall is enabled. When you get your system stable, you can try Kaspersky again if you wish; but I do not recommend doing so.

Second, you have to sort out and correct the RAM problems. Your RAM has got to work flawlessly; if you need help with this, please post back. We have some guys here who are really good with RAM. I am not one of them; but I will ask them to take a look at this thread if you need help.

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06 Sep 2010   #18
Ashwolves

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Carl thank you for your time, yes I need all of your professional help which points to a RAM problem as you can see. T_T

OK I'm gonna use the k.removal tool and I'll post more updates if there are any problems I will monitor this forum, So I can check If one your friends can give me some help. ^^

Again thank you for your time I appreciate it.
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06 Sep 2010   #19
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

You are very welcome; that is why we are here. I will send out a call for help with the RAM.
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06 Sep 2010   #20
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Hi Ashwolves, sorry to hear your having problems.

You have been getting excellent advise.

Good job asking questions about the recommendations that you still need help with.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ashwolves View Post
I tried that earlier because when I was using memtest using both memory(1GB\2GB) I was thinking how can check, If the error is coming from 1 or Both of them. So I canceled memtest removed the 2GB and Started my pc again. What happens is it hangs in the BIOS start up screen sometimes it looks for kinda a BIOS update in the cdrom sometimes it doesn't work at all and my computer beeps.

When I removed the 1GB memory and put back the new 2GB memory it went smooth and I decided to run memtest again thats where I got the 7 errors on just the first pass.

Btw what should I do about the ASACPI.sys update ?

I can still use my pc but a while ago it BSOD again it says page nonfault I provided the minidump again just in case you want it since its a different kind of error.

I restarted my pc again so far I'm not getting BSOD at the moment. ^^'
When testing RAM with memtest86+ you need to test for bad RAM and any possible bad motherboard RAM slots.

Follow these steps in the tutorial: How to Test and Diagnose RAM Issues with Memtest86+

You may have a bad MOBO slot or, need a little adjusting on the RAM settings.

Did you check temperatures during the tests?

Use Real Temp to check the CPU core temps.

D/L CPUZ and post the memory and SPD tabs, check the BIOS for the DRAM and QPI voltage.

Have you done any overclocking?

Use the snipping tool and post the picture. Please don't zip and upload the files.

Start button > type 'snipping tool' in the search box > press enter

Select the area you want to copy and save to a convenient place.

How to Post a Screenshot in Seven Forums

This makes it easier for all of us to see the information.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ashwolves View Post
Just for you guys to know what I did specially Zigzag. As I was saying I already removed from what I think a faulty memory stick the 1GB one. I'm using 1 memory stick which is the 2GB one which memtest said has 7 errors, I updated also the ASACPI.sys so far no BSOD at the moment.

Strange few hours ago when I was using both memory sticks, I followed what zigzag said on ASACPI.sys Immediately I installed it after it restarted, I got the BSOD.

Another thing Is should I also update my BIOS cause its not updated, But the Asus gave me a warning before downloading the latest BIOS.

(Please note, BIOS update is only recommended when experiencing technical difficulties with your system, And is not recommended to be performed regularly.
Moreover, due to the nature of BIOS update, there is certain level of dangers involved. BIOS update must be performed with extreme caution . During BIOS update process, your system must be maintained without interference or power loss to prevent unexpected damage.
In case of BIOS update failure, please follow instructions in your User's Manual for guidelines on BIOS recovery via CrashFree BIOS. In the event that BIOS recovery is not recoverable via CrashFree BIOS, please contact your place of purchase for further assistance on BIOS recovery.)

Again thank you guys for giving your time on fixing my problem. ^^

I have few questions here:

1. What should I do with the 2GB mem stick which memtest said has 7 errors ? should I return it to the shop ? all team elite memory has lifetime warranty but I still have shop warranty.

2. 79C - 82C for cpu temp normal ?
First, the BIOS.
That is very good advise. Updating the BIOS is not to be taken lightly.
I would recommend to take it to a local shop and have them update the BIOS. At least get a knowledgeable friend to help with this.
If anything goes wrong it can brick (make unusable) your computer.

D/L your motherboard manual if you don't have it already.

Also check the Qualified Vendors List (QVL) for compatible RAM, you can get this from the same link.

Check the BIOS version that you have, in BIOS or on the 'Mainboard' tab in CPUZ.

There are a couple of 'memory compatibility' updates listed in the BIOS section. This may help your issue depending on the BIOS version you have now.

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#1.
These errors indicate a problem, it will not go away forever, it will come back. This must be taken care of.

Ask the guys at the shop about, updating your BIOS, and testing the RAM for you to see if there are any issues with it.
They should run memtest86+ (or equivalent) on your RAM in a different computer, this will tell them if it's a RAM problem.

#2.

Those temps are high.

What were you doing when you got these temps?

High stress at the time would still indicate that you have a cooling issue.

Check that all you fans are running.

Clean everything inside the case.

Are you running a stock CPU cooler?
You may need to consider getting a better one, the less expensive ones do a very good job of cooling, much better than the stock cooler.

Heat can slow down your system and cause BSoDs.

If your overclocking, return everything to optimum defaults until the other issues are sorted out.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ashwolves View Post
OK one of the weirdest thing happened after putting back again the 1GB memory, it worked all fine with no BSOD until now I can even play warcraft again, so weird. ~_~

Any one can comment on this because i can't deduce the problem. ^^''

oops edit I forgot to mention I disabled Kaspersky Internet Security 2010, I feel though it has a connection to the problem since, I have been reading the forums and some of the problems points out to anti virus and anti malware software's.
Your RAM can be faulty and still run without errors some of the time. But, you will likely still get BSoDs.

The anti-virus can cause BSoDs, for trouble shooting, un-install it ant run MSE, as mentioned previously.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ashwolves View Post
Carl thank you for your time, yes I need all of your professional help which points to a RAM problem as you can see. T_T

OK I'm gonna use the k.removal tool and I'll post more updates if there are any problems I will monitor this forum, So I can check If one your friends can give me some help. ^^

Again thank you for your time I appreciate it.
Let us know the exact steps you take, and the exact results. This will help to find the problem.

Do one thing at a time and check for stability.
Let us know the results before moving to the next step.

By providing all of the requested information we all can help you much faster.
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