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Windows 7: Random BSOD Problem. 0x000000D1, 0x0000001E

08 Aug 2011   #21
Ngrungebb91

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MvdB View Post
Just thought of something after checking you system specs again.... Are you OC-ing on that board? If you are, or could be.. You'd be surprised, some people don't even know they are... Please set back to default to test. Also, to be sure check your timings on the ram. I've seen systems crash because f bad ram timings and/or voltages whilst they passed Memtest.

Also, make sure you post back on what you do and don't do as you follw our advise, just so we know what has been done, please.
Yeah i'm overclocking my CPU and RAM (Not RAM Frequency though... RAM is at stock 1600mhz) I know my CPU is fine, because even with the old ram it never gave me problems. I think the RAM QPI is at 1.45+v. Ram Voltage is 1.65V and the timings are 8-8-8-20. the stock timings should be 8-8-8-24. Would all of this really effect it?? I'd rather have my system overclocked because my CPU voltage is at 1.27V @ 4Ghz, i achieved such a low voltage bahaha.


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08 Aug 2011   #22
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Well it would certainly explain why I'm having trouble nailing down a cause through the debugger.
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08 Aug 2011   #23
Ngrungebb91

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Maguscreed View Post
Well it would certainly explain why I'm having trouble nailing down a cause through the debugger.
Well, what could i do here then?? Reset the timings?? or should i bump up the QPI Voltage..?? cause i know when you have too low of a QPI Voltage it gives blue screens.. but i dont know what kind of STOP's they are. They could be 0x124 for all i know hahah.

BTW. Haven't had a BSOD since last night. They do come randomly though... i've been playing a game for 2 hours now haha.
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08 Aug 2011   #24
MvdB

Windows 7 64b Ultimate
 
 

Hoping you are experienced enough to know what to do when OCing... I would jot down all current oc settings and go back to safe defaults everywhere to prove if that is a stable system. If so proven, next step is small OC steps, one at a time, to prove continued stable running.

But, to sum it up, your typeS of dump variety is mostly memory, OC ing and only sometimes mobo, bios, cpu.
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08 Aug 2011   #25
Ngrungebb91

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MvdB View Post
Hoping you are experienced enough to know what to do when OCing... I would jot down all current oc settings and go back to safe defaults everywhere to prove if that is a stable system. If so proven, next step is small OC steps, one at a time, to prove continued stable running.

But, to sum it up, your typeS of dump variety is mostly memory, OC ing and only sometimes mobo, bios, cpu.
Hmmm... Alright.. ill do that, would you want some bios screenshots to see what you think about my OC settings? Maybe both of you could take a look at it? I based my bios settings off of an i7 guide. So I know i'm not damaging anything because i have low voltages. I mean.. I think the QPI RAM voltage might be too low.. because if its lower than what it should be, it gives BSOD's







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08 Aug 2011   #26
Ngrungebb91

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Update... I got a 0x000000FC BSOD (One of the ones you both have looked at) When it restarted.. My network driver gave me errors and my internet icon had an unplugged status.. So it wouldnt let me troubleshoot it, so i had to uninstall my network driver and reinstall it VIA Asus Motherboard disk.. now i'm back online.. Heres a screenshot at device manager when it was not working. Uh... This might prove the Teefer2 theory for all the blue screens also. Even though my network is now running, I still see those Teefer2 errors in device manager.



Update #2. So i uninstalled my current version of endpoint and i got my dad to download me the new version of SEP. I installed it and no more errors in device manager. Now to test for blue screens. Will keep the thread updated.

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09 Aug 2011   #27
MvdB

Windows 7 64b Ultimate
 
 

Was this Teefer problem there during the last few days? Or did it just pop up yesterday/today?
It's a good thing it is fixed, I only wonder what it was exactly as I would have expected this to be shown in the dumps more clearly. Please post back your final results (hoping it does not BSOD anymore) in the coming days. If you did not change any OC settings, only the Teefer thing, we'll study your dumps again to learn why we did not see that in the first place.
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09 Aug 2011   #28
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Actually I only noticed teefer because it was failing to unload during the creation of the dump.
That sometimes signifies it's the actual faulting app, even though the debugger will often point to a windows system file during it.
This is just something I picked up after doing a lot of debugging for this site.

Using minidumps is a little hit and miss, but it's better than just wild guessing, the full dump files allow for better trace backs, but they are way to large to deal with easily in these circumstances.
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09 Aug 2011   #29
MvdB

Windows 7 64b Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Maguscreed View Post
Actually I only noticed teefer because it was failing to unload during the creation of the dump.
That sometimes signifies it's the actual faulting app, even though the debugger will often point to a windows system file during it.
This is just something I picked up after doing a lot of debugging for this site.

Using minidumps is a little hit and miss, but it's better than just wild guessing, the full dump files allow for better trace backs, but they are way to large to deal with easily in these circumstances.
Saw that too, but only on the last one, other recent ones (after ram replacement) showed no problems unloading teefer + correct teefer versions. If it was only one dump we wouldn't have more to go on but these multiple dumps that did not consistently show the same unload probs.. that's strange.
Which is why I ask the extra question on how long the OP has has device driver excl marks on Teefer in Devices...
Would you have seen Teefer as a problem in the third to last dump?
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09 Aug 2011   #30
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Well I stopped going over the dumps when I was told the machine had be clocked.
It just introduces too many possibilities. I can't comment on the entirety of the dumps.
I don't use a auto dump file scanner, I actually view them personally in the debugger console myself.
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