BSOD,usually playing FSX, ''system encountered an uncorrectable error'

  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Home Premium SP1

    BSOD,usually playing FSX, ''system encountered an uncorrectable error'

    Hi there.

    I would be so greatful if someone could possibly help me resolve my BSODs.

    I have been having them now for a few weeks atleast, I had a bad sector on one of my HDDs but i have replaced that with a brand new one.

    The BSODs usually happen when playing microsoft flight simulator X.

    Below is a picture of the acutal message i get;

    The memory dump gets to 95% and stops, forcing me to manually switch off the computer.

    Here are my system specs;
    Coolermaster 692 Advanced White gaming tower -Intel Core i5 2500K 3.3Ghz stock Overclocked to 4.5Ghz (brought as pre made bundle at, tested etc.)

    -Corsair H60 Watercooler

    -GByte GA-P67A-D3-B3 MoBo

    -8GB, 2x 4GB RAM

    -1TB Samsung SATA HDD

    -650w NZXT Hale Gold Modular PSU

    -1024MB Gainward GTX 560 Ti Phantom.

    I have also uploaded the SF_Diagnostic tool zip file ( i think i have done it correctly).

    (All of my drivers are up to date also)

    I would really appreciate your help, kind regards

      My Computer

  2. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Home Premium SP1
    Thread Starter

    Ok an update, I have ran Prime95 and had the BSOD after about 2 mins of using it. I ran the test which was the one which didnt test much RAM, and it was fine, but ran the test which checks ram and it BSOD.

    Could this be my RAM?

    If not the CPU, I brought this from scan (3xs overclocked bundle), So has this become unstable? Would it be worth me getting intouch with them ?

    By the way the core voltage is 1.176 V

      My Computer

  3. Posts : 8
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32


    I've just had this problem. It was happening trying to get a dual monitor setup going. When I opened up my pc tower, the nvidia 8600 was very hot. I removed a monitor & went back to a single display. I just left the Cessna going around in circles and i didn't get the BSOD. I may have been over doing the gpu. There's no internal fans in this Dell 330 so I will definitely need to get at least one fan blowing onto the graphics card to cool it down!
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