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Windows 7: BSOD playing games, ntoskrnl.exe error

30 Nov 2011   #21

Win7 x64

Problem solved, no more bsod's.

Old motherboard drivers were causing problems.

Thanks for all your help.

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30 Nov 2011   #22

Win 8 Release candidate 8400

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by miki86 View Post
Problem solved, no more bsod's.

Old motherboard drivers were causing problems.

Thanks for all your help.

Glad you are working. Good luck
My System SpecsSystem Spec
07 Dec 2011   #23

Win7 x64

Hi again.

I was wrong, it was not the old drivers that were causing problems.

My cpu was overheating to 90 degrees and my system was automatically trying to recover by restarting.
Now the one reason why i didn't noticed cpu temp was beacuse my cpu fan was not changing speed at all, it kept a constant 3000 rpm and i know that it can goes to 6000 rpm because i manualy tried to put something over it while monitoring temperature and fan speed in bios.

I removed the cooling system from my cpu to clean the dust off, and one thing i noticed on my cpu slot was a dark spot.

Is that something i should be concerned for?

What i also tried is to set the target temp in bios, still the fan didn't changed speed and the temperature was rising up to 60-75.

Isn't the motherboard sensor in charge for that?

Im trying to use a utility program called SpeedFan and cpu fan is set to 100%, speed is about 2800rpm.

Right now while im writing this (first boot after cleaning the dust) idle temp is 38 degrees which is ok.
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07 Dec 2011   #24

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, & Mac OS X 10.9.2

The dark spot will be thermal paste. Or TIM.

When removing the cpu heat sink you should always clean off and replace the TIM, as it sets, and you removing it you've broken the "bond" so it will no longer be fully coated/efficient.

CPU-Z always says fans are at 100%, as most motherboard headers run at that speed as standard.

By yourself some thermal compund, clean off the old with white spirit or alcohol and replace it. It could solve all the cooling issues
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