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Windows 7: Crashing daily (The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck)

11 Jul 2010   #11
belizeno

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

Hi,

i was wondering if anybody resolved this issue in one definite way.. i tried the suggestions listed to no avail.. the issue is exactly the same as listed here. i'd appreciate input, thanks!


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12 Jul 2010   #12
Justusson

Windows 7
 
 

Hi Chevell,
I have the same problem right now and I'm wondering if your solution has been working allright? Also - Isn't it dangerous to encrease the voltage for the equipment or is this something that normally can be done? Can updating bios help?
I'm a bit new to this and so I feel I need to know more. Hope you can help me with this. I would appreciate it a lot.
Best regards/
Chris


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chevell View Post
This problem was solved by me. The BSOD's when moving files accross the LAN was my clue. I realized that anytime Ram was being used over a certain percentage that the crashing would begin. So I summized that Windows 7 puts more stress on the memory controller and the north bridge than Vista does. Although my system did BSOD when doing other things also or even when doing nothing at all.

I simply raised the voltage of the MCP,FSB,and Ram voltage,just one notch up for each and this problem went away almost like magic perminately and forever.

This same system was completely stable using Vista64 on another partition. Not one BSOD since making these simple bios adjustments,it's been over a week now.

The bios adjustments outlined here have already fixed this problem on another computer right here on this forum. Link below.
https://www.sevenforums.com/general-d...7-crash-2.html
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12 Jul 2010   #13
belizeno

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

yes, a good question, and also.. do all three, memory.. FSB and CPU voltage have to be increased or only one will do the trick?
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27 Jul 2010   #14
hanseric

Win 7
 
 
Getting same error

This same problem has been occuring for me, usually after attempting to come out of sleep. I thought it was hibernation related, but after turning that feature off using the power management settings, it kept happening.

Just tried the command prompt directions given in an earlier post for turning hibernation back on through the command prompt. I'll that for now.
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31 Jul 2010   #15
hanseric

Win 7
 
 

Well I managed to go four days without a crash after doing the command prompt instructions to turn on hibernation, but then got a hard stop today again. No BSOD, but the PC froze complete for a good 5 minutes so I forced a reboot by holding down the power key.
Here's what my event viewer log looks like. All the same type of event.
TechSmith | Screencast.com, online video sharing, Even Viewer 2010-07-31_0959
I'm not too keen on monkeying with voltages and the like. Does anyone else have any ideas for what can be done to fix this problem?
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09 Aug 2010   #16
scootshoot

Windows 7 64bit Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by TheUSMarshall View Post
Oh - I almost forgot to mention one VERY important thing - and I think that this very well might be what **completely fixed my issue.** I manually re-enabled hibernation (don't know how it was disabled to begin with) from the command prompt. Ever since I did this, I have yet to have a BSoD. (I've had a few freezing issues, mainly related to things like burning lightscribe labels, but none of the Kernel-Power issues).

To do this:
1) Run the command prompt as administrator (it's under Accessories, right click and "Run as Adminstrator".
2) Type the following:
powercfg -h on

Literally my system has been stable since I did that. Shutting off some unnecessary services helps too, but I honestly believe that doing the above solved all of my problems. I *never* actually ALLOW my computer to hibernate, *however*, I think that my computer was trying to initiate some sort of sleep-oriented command (why, i'll never know) which caused this to be an issue.

Sorry for being so verbose, I just know how much of a pain it is to agonize over these issues for nights and nights on end, so hopefully this will help some people out there!
Wow, I owe you a beer. I have had this issue for so long! I even went so far as to completely format my hard drive, reinstall Windows 7. Literally tried everything from swapping power supplies, adding after market coolers to both my cpu and vga card, swapping memory sticks to no avail.

Your command prompt suggestion to enable hibernation fixed my system completely. Have been stable for weeks!

Obviously some sort of bug with Windows 7 and the hibernation feature.

Thanks for sharing your suggestion with fellow Windows 7 users!
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07 Oct 2010   #17
Southdown

Windows 2000
 
 

To TheUSMarshall - thanks from me, too.

I am the System Admin/Internal Support person for a small software development company in NZ.

We bought a brand new laptop from Dell with 64bit Windows 7 Home Premium installed on it, and it had the rebooting-randomly-with-no-warning-event-ID-41 problem. After a month or so we logged a support call with Dell. They replaced the mainboard and hard disk, but the problem was still present.

We had set the power options to never hibernate and never sleep while on battery, so the situation seemed to be similar.

I found your post and tried it:

powercfg -h on

The problem went away that day!

As usual, Microsoft's web site was absolutely no help at all. There was no inkling of anything like this on their web site (or I couldn't find it, which amounts to the same thing). You would think they would have some clues about their own OS!
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09 Feb 2011   #18
relevelence

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 
Help

I tried the fix that TheUSMarshall said to do. That did not work, does anyone else know how to fix this issue.

Thanks.
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02 Mar 2011   #19
jarome

windows 7
 
 
Just started for me

After installing Windows 7 SP 1, my system dies every time it sleeps. The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000a0 (0x0000000000000009, 0xffffffffc000000e, 0x0000000000000001, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 030211-83928-01. What causes this?
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17 Mar 2011   #20
Expressor

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 build 7600
 
 

Tried US Marshall's "powercfg -h on"
Sorry but didn't solve it for me.
Going to try out CHEVELL or CHEV65 ideas and bump the voltage.
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