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Windows 7: please help me with bsod

10 Jun 2012   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit

The report you gave shows that Windows is not working properly. Since you are here, you already knew that. 3rd party utilities often only tell us that a Windows process caused the crash which is highly unlikely. That is why we use WinDbg to get all the information possible when analyzing the .dmps.

Also, to get better help, please fill in your system specs in your profile and not in a post in this thread: System Info - See Your System Specs

For the CPU-Z screenshots, can you provide the SPD tab and an image of each RAM module in each slot there?

Crashes point to memory, so those screenshots may help.

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11 Jun 2012   #12

windows 7 64 bit

thank you Writhziden
i have updated cpu-z screens with all spd memory slots.
you think it is hardware related, like faulty or conflicted memory with motherboard ? the box said z-77 compatible , also mem86 after 10 hours showed no conflicts.

thanks for trying to help it is appreciated.
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11 Jun 2012   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

The CPUz screens you uploaded shows that you have the RAM overclocked.

Please do, in this order;
1. Full backup
2. Download and install REVO uninstaller, the free version.
3. Uninstall ALL instances of Gigabyte Tweak Launcher by choosing the highest level, which I believe to be advanced. There will be a section for you to delete registry entries and excess files, please remove all of them.
4. Uninstall, with the same steps as #3, EVGA Precision X.
5. Reboot and see if the problem persists.

On a side note, I see you have AVG as your AV. AVG is known to cause issues and BSODs. Most of us here use MSE(Microsoft Security Essentials).
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11 Jun 2012   #14

windows 7 64 bit

- uninstalled avg virus
- installed a fresh copy again of windows 7

i havent tried to overclock my system, i do have the utilities that come of the gigabyte install disc but i do not use them. i will however do everything possible to find the culprit and uninstall those utilities as you suggested.

the memory is factory 2133c9 can you explain why you say overclocked ?
i have to choose xmp profile in bios for the factory settings of 2133 to
show, standard settings is 1600.

i did try as you said a few days ago and i tried to underclock/ using the standard settings for the bios
but those resulted in the 2nd bsod with memory management with settings at 1600

the kit i bought is g.skill f3-2133c9q-16gab pc3-17000 , i also ran mem86+ for 10 hours at 2133 with no errors, i am so pulling my hair out of frustration...

something strange happened after installation of windows 7, it boots really fast but when the desktop is about to show you see the busy marker that takes over 10 seconds before it shows desktop, i changed page file from unlimited to 2000-2000 and it was a bit faster..

i am using msi afterburner now, but only for the fan control i dont use it for anything else

then my sound didnt register (right after install) with drivers in place, even with normal restarts it would not produce sound, i had to turn off the computer for 5+ seconds and turn it on then all of a sudden i had sound ? i never had this before with onboard sound and found it very peculiar to power down the system where normal restart did nothing.

i hope that information is of some use

thanks james i really appreciate the help.

i have added the bsod i had after a fresh install when playing a game to the other file Windows_NT6_BSOD_jcgriff2 new it also has a new perfmon and the other minidumps that i saved.
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12 Jun 2012   #15

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Mishi, after you reinstalled, did you go back to the Gigabyte website and reinstall your drivers also?

I think it's time to stress your system. Here are the things you will need;
1. CoreTemp
2. HWMonitor(Not the PRO version)
3. GPUz
4. Prime95
5. Memtest86+
6. Furmark
7. Video Memory Stress test

After you have downloaded all of these items, the very first thing I want you to do is run Memtest86. Let it run overnight. This tutorial states that 7 passes is enough, but we have seen instances of 20+ passes needing to be processed to catch errors. After doing this, post back the results.

The next test we will perform is Prime95, you will also be running CoreTemp and HWMonitor. Before beginning P95, start CoreTemp and HWMonitor. Upon starting CoreTemp, you will be prompted to choose from one of four tests. You will be running all three of the, in this order; Small FFTs, Large FFTs, Blend, and finally Custom. When it comes time to run the Custom, the only change you should make is to set the maximum RAM tested as, slightly lower than your maximum available memory. To check current available memory, in your windows search box, type System Information and press enter, on the right side of the screen, there will be a line that says "available physical memory". Set your max memory to a value just under this. 1gb = 1024mb. While running any of these tests, watch your CPU temp using CoreTemp. If your temperature exceeds 70degrees Celsius, please stop the test. After running each test for about an hour, please take screens of both CPUz, and HWMonitor and reset their values. After doing this, post back the results.

The last two tests are going to test your GPU. Please run Furmark. While running Furmark, please use CPUz, HWMonitor, and GPUz. After running this test, post back the screens from the monitors and let us know the results. Then run Video Memory Stress test in the same fashion.
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