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Windows 7: from out of nowhere, bsods!

18 Dec 2012   #11
demoncleaner

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is that what you need kool?


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18 Dec 2012   #12
koolkat77

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Yup..looks good.
You should check the HDD which shows caution (!) xD
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18 Dec 2012   #13
demoncleaner

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ahhhhh, didnt notice that up there!

kk, so that is my system reserve partition. its been awhile since i installed my main os SSD, and it was my first and i read some ssd optimize guides and set it up the way it was recommended, moving some stuff to other drives to save read/writes, and to be honest, im not sure what one of my 4 drives i set up that small system reserve partition on! lol. its showing as just a small 99.9 mb partition. so the "caution" is indicative of what exactly?

ty for your help kool
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18 Dec 2012   #14
demoncleaner

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just noticed you can click on those icons, here is the image from that drive, answers my drive question, lol.

Attachment 246124
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18 Dec 2012   #15
koolkat77

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18 Dec 2012   #16
demoncleaner

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k, i assume you mean the bit with the 3 sliders. did that and now crystal disk shows all good, no more caution. think this may help my prob? fingers x'd. sounds like from reading that sys reserve partition might have been created by having more drives than my ssd hooked up at time of install. should i mess around with moving it back onto my c drive under the circumstances or can it stay on the raptor? thank you kool!
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18 Dec 2012   #17
koolkat77

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Do not mess with the system reserved partition unless you're planning for a clean install, though it is the better practice to maintain system reserved and C in the same physical HDD.

And let us know if there is any further issues. :)
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18 Dec 2012   #18
demoncleaner

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thank you for your help kool. should i hold off on the firmware update for the ssd at this point and just wait to see if i crash or not after the above tweak with the other drive? been crashin regular so i will know in the hour here.
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18 Dec 2012   #19
koolkat77

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by demoncleaner View Post
thank you for your help kool. should i hold off on the firmware update for the ssd at this point and just wait to see if i crash or not after the above tweak with the other drive? been crashin regular so i will know in the hour here.
Update the firmware!
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18 Dec 2012   #20
demoncleaner

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just crashed again, was just about to look into the firmware. system is hanging bigtime, wierd, explorer became unresponsive with spinnin mouse icon, unable to bring up task manager. but i was able to minimize and close out a game that was running as well, and the game was still responding. closed all aps and waited, system hung for prob 3 to 4 mins, then a center message came up followed by immediate bluescreen so i couldnt read the message. also meant to mention, when i bsod, if i reset, it will not load the os, i get the windows repair prompt. if i then hard power the machine off, i am able to once again boot my os. seems to follow this pattern every time if i do not hard power down the machine via the powersupply switch.

will be doing the ssd firmware right now
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