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Windows 7: BSOD already > 40 times on not even 1 day

24 Jan 2010   #41
ickymay

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by copypoesje View Post
memtest thingy clean, but i also cant bring back to shop due to its self creation so i can go back with parts but not just say hey here is my pc fix it plz =P

10 times seems much but compared to what it is before i rlly happy becouse before i had like under 1min every time i putted it on before a bsod would pop up so now i still can do a few things.

A mate of me told me it can be something with sound codecs or something like that is that posibl?

well already ty

Tom
how many passes did you do with memtest ?

what are the exact symptoms of the freezes and can you reproduce them ?

are there any warnings in performance information and tools\advanced ?


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24 Jan 2010   #42
copypoesje

windows 7 64bit
 
 

i cant rlly reproduce them, tho if i go in firefox or avant browser it happens faster but can still take 1 min an hour or maybe it wont even crash.

The thing is before it crash lets say i am listening music and playing a game:

in game i see the screen freeze for very small time not even a sec but its noticable, the sound "freezes" too from time to time becouse it looks then like it skips a very small part.

then right before freeze i hear like a sec of sound repeating 1000000 times and rlly fast and then like 5sec after that pc totally freezes or just reboots.

as far as i can see in performance information and tools\advanced it gives me no warnings errors or suggestions. So that doesn't detect anything.


with the memtest thingy, i did let the windows one run for about 5 - 6 hours nothing found,
also did that memtest not from windows(the one you have to do with bootdisk),i did let that run for a while too, also no errors.

kind regards,
Tom
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24 Jan 2010   #43
Tews

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

Sounds like that drive is getting ready to fail... Time to make sure that all your data is backed up and replace that drive... Good luck!
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24 Jan 2010   #44
copypoesje

windows 7 64bit
 
 

i did hd tests and it sayd everything was good working no errors or anything
can it still be hd-related if it gives me no errors?

kind regards
Tom
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24 Jan 2010   #45
Tews

64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
 
 

If your drive is making unexpected noises, you can almost be sure that its on its way out... Diagnostic programs are fine, but do not catch everything... Good luck with your problem...
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24 Jan 2010   #46
copypoesje

windows 7 64bit
 
 

oh sorry i think i typed wrong, its not the drive or pc that makes the sound , its the sound that plays at that moment in my headset that repeats itself
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24 Jan 2010   #47
ManOwar2

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by copypoesje View Post
oh sorry i think i typed wrong, its not the drive or pc that makes the sound , its the sound that plays at that moment in my headset that repeats itself
I've been experiencing that sound issue with my audio card : Asus Xonar DS. A solid 60$ audio card that can play eax 5.0 and as good as creative cards of the double price.

I think it is more related to windows 7 x64 itselfs.

I dont know much about this bug, but for me it's just a little inconvenience, I usually restart windows if this happen while I'm in game. (1 time a week maybe...)


A thing I have learned fast since I'm on this forum, windows 7x64 has many software issues related.

Remember the firsts version's of windowx xp...nothing was really stable, took at least 2 years for XP to become stable and reliable !

Hopefull windows 7 will become the same ! (contrary to vista...)
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25 Jan 2010   #48
ickymay

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by copypoesje View Post
i cant rlly reproduce them, tho if i go in firefox or avant browser it happens faster but can still take 1 min an hour or maybe it wont even crash.

The thing is before it crash lets say i am listening music and playing a game:

in game i see the screen freeze for very small time not even a sec but its noticable, the sound "freezes" too from time to time becouse it looks then like it skips a very small part.

then right before freeze i hear like a sec of sound repeating 1000000 times and rlly fast and then like 5sec after that pc totally freezes or just reboots.

as far as i can see in performance information and tools\advanced it gives me no warnings errors or suggestions. So that doesn't detect anything.


with the memtest thingy, i did let the windows one run for about 5 - 6 hours nothing found,
also did that memtest not from windows(the one you have to do with bootdisk),i did let that run for a while too, also no errors.

kind regards,
Tom
Is this still the same install that you did with a faulty motherboard ?

what make and model and rating is your Power Supply ?
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27 Jan 2010   #49
copypoesje

windows 7 64bit
 
 

hey, ty for reply

No, this is a fresh install, as soon as i had new parts i did a fresh w7 install everytime, to make sure nothing could go wrong there.

bij power suply thingy:
ocz stealthXstream 600w

also i found a program so i can see the tempratures in my pc, and they all are normal so also cant be temprature related.

already thnx

kind regards,
Tom
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27 Jan 2010   #50
ickymay

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

this latest problem could be soundcard and drivers issue, I suggest disable or remove the soundcard for a day and see if that cures the problem ?
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