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Windows 7: BSOD Errors: 0x0000001E - 0x000000C1 - 0x00000024 And so on

06 Oct 2013   #21

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

I've done a fresh reinstall, but still getting bsods.
- So now i tried another graphics card, didnt help, then i tried my old rams (Kingston KVR-1333 3x2GB), then it ran without any bsod's but slower..

Then i got to think if i needed to change anything in the bios, the voltage was set to 1.5, but my new ram needed 1.65.
So now it runs okay, but feels kinda slow, and stuff..

Should i change more in the bios?
- timings etc?

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06 Oct 2013   #22

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Then more BSOD's
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06 Oct 2013   #23

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Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit

I have asked for more help. Probably I am badly missing something.
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06 Oct 2013   #24
Microsoft MVP


Compare the Clean Reinstall you did with the perfect install compiled in Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7.

If it varied much - particularly how drivers should be handled in WIn7 coming first from Windows Updates after enabling Automatically deliver drivers via Windows Update (Step 3) then only supplying those still missing after all Updates are installed - then I would do it over to get a perfect baseline install.

This time update the SSD's firmware first, test the drive with maker's diagnostics, wipe the drive with Diskpart Clean Command to get the cleanest slate for reinstall.

Do you have a HDD you can also install upon to compare and rule out the SSD?
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06 Oct 2013   #25

x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePrem

Skimming through this thread, it appears that you are concerned with speed. I'm no expert on overclocking, but have read that the Haswell is finicky and there are two designations, one locked and the other unlocked (K designation). According to the CPUz image, you have the locked (ie limited overclocking) chip and the multiplier is set to the max (39)

If you are overclocking, here is a good article on Haswell overclocking 101. How to overclock your new Haswell CPU like a pro | PCWorld

It's probably best to reset to default clocking and increase in incremental steps.
It is probably also best that you follow the advice of gregrocker to get the best updates from WU (in the clean install tutorial)

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06 Oct 2013   #26
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

Where's the SF diag report?
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06 Oct 2013   #27
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

I recommend completing post #24 by Greg. Then do no over clocking for a couple of weeks to make sure their are no problems. Yes I mean a couple of weeks.
It will give you time to do research on over clocking your system.
The first tool used in over clocking is knowledge.
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07 Oct 2013   #28

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

SF Diag at #22.

I don't really want to overclock, i just asked if i should set voltage for my ram, in my bios it is set to 1.5 but my ram needs 1.65.

Could it be that, my mobo prefers windows 8, or something, alot options in bios for windows 8.

And i already tried installing on a non-SSD hard drive, but i did still get the same bsod's.
At the time i reinstalled windows 7, i did start windows update, and set it to install device drivers also.

Thanks for looking in to this.
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07 Oct 2013   #29
Microsoft MVP


Can you show us pictures of the BIOS settings for Windows 8 to which you refer?

Normally a Win8 PC only needs Secure Boot disabled if Win7 is installed to UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) - Install Windows 7 with - Windows 7 Forums, and Legacy Mode or CSM enabled if intending to Bypass UEFI to Install WIn7 to an MBR HD normally.
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07 Oct 2013   #30

x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePrem

Ok, good - I wasn't suggesting that you overclock, only asking if you were.

Could Intel® Rapid Storage Technology be causing issues for OP?

I've provided links to the motherboard and then I'll let other members work this issue.
You're in good hands with Greg, Britton, Layback, and Arc.


Motherboard pages:
Overview: GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1150 - G1.Sniper M5 (rev. 1.x)
Specifications: GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1150 - G1.Sniper M5 (rev. 1.x)
Support: GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1150 - G1.Sniper M5 (rev. 1.x)
CPU Support List: GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Socket 1150 - Intel Z87 - G1.Sniper M5 (rev. 1.x)
QVL Memory (PDF):

FAQ: GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1150 - G1.Sniper M5 (rev. 1.x)
My PC system works unstable after MB BIOS update.
After MB BIOS is updated, please do not forget to get into BIOS setup program, then load "BIOS optimal default setting" (or BIOS default setting) and save the change before exit to the program. If system still works unstable, please try to clear CMOS data later.
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