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Windows 7: Windows 7 64bit BSOD

05 Jan 2010   #61
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

CPUZ will tell you exactly what everything is set at currently:
CPUID

IBT will stress the system for stability:
IntelBurnTest v2.3 download from Guru3D.com

Run for 5 passes at max load see if it will pass. If it does, then none of the above applies. CPU/RAM/Voltages etc are fine.


If you know exactly what the settings should be, IE on the package the RAM came in .. I would manually set the timings.
im unfamiliar with the MSI bios

In the bios, it should however have something similar to :
may not be exactly labeled as such but should be very close
DRAM Configuration: Manual
CAS Latency (CL): --> These 4 should be set to what the RAM says its rated for
tRCD: -->
tRP: -->
tRAS: -->
Advanced memory Setting: Auto

FSB/DRAM ratio: 1:1:20 <--- changing DRAM strap here should reflect below

Adjusted ((or target)) Dram Frequency: <---- RAM speed with current settings.
If this says 1333, changing the above so this reflects 1066 will be underclocking the RAM

Please do NOT OC and be careful what you change.... these are the only setting we are concerned with atm
the goal is to underclock .. IF a stress test fails
then, get stable at stock speeds


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05 Jan 2010   #62
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
CPUZ will tell you exactly what everything is set at currently:
CPUID

IBT will stress the system for stability:
IntelBurnTest v2.3 download from Guru3D.com

Run for 5 passes at max load see if it will pass. If it does, then none of the above applies. CPU/RAM/Voltages etc are fine.


If you know exactly what the settings should be, IE on the package the RAM came in .. I would manually set the timings.
I have set my DRAM Timing to 1066.

So should i run the test on 1066 or revert back to 1333 and test?
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05 Jan 2010   #63
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I have uploaded a screenshot of CPUZ..
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05 Jan 2010   #64
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

well, we know theres issues at 1333 ...

So please try that stress test at 1066 and see if it will pass.

this test stresses CPU/NB/RAM all working in tandem. This should tell us if the MOBO is having issues running all 4 slots full at 1333 speeds.

Also, from what im seeing timings should be 9-9-9-24... but i very well may be looking at wrong model.
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05 Jan 2010   #65
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
well, we know theres issues at 1333 ...

So please try that stress test at 1066 and see if it will pass.

this test stresses CPU/NB/RAM all working in tandem. This should tell us if the MOBO is having issues running all 4 slots full at 1333 speeds.

Also, from what im seeing timings should be 9-9-9-24... but i very well may be looking at wrong model.
Since the Latency timings is set to auto i think. Should i be adjusting it?

Btw this is my Stress Test Results.. Do have a look
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05 Jan 2010   #66
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by newbie1234 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
well, we know theres issues at 1333 ...

So please try that stress test at 1066 and see if it will pass.

this test stresses CPU/NB/RAM all working in tandem. This should tell us if the MOBO is having issues running all 4 slots full at 1333 speeds.

Also, from what im seeing timings should be 9-9-9-24... but i very well may be looking at wrong model.
Since the Latency timings is set to auto i think. Should i be adjusting it?

Btw this is my Stress Test Results.. Do have a look
Excellent!! However, to be more accurate, youll want to change stress level form Standard --> Very High or Maximum.
it will take longer to run though, but would be advisable, especially considering you have 8GB RAm

Have the problems seemed to have disappeared for now, or usually take longer to show up?

well, at 1066 the tighter timings may just be fine.
At 1333 it may causing issues.

If you want, you can try and revert to 1333, as is, and do the test again. just to see what results you get.

if it fails, then try to change timings to 9-9-9-24 and run again to see what that shows.

If you get failures at 133, then we know why and what is causing your problems
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05 Jan 2010   #67
wetibbe

Windows 7
 
 

I'm having my own problems now with a Windows 7 upgrade from Vista on an HP slimline desktop PC Presario. They are still unresolved. The Slimline was quite adequate and in very good shape only a couple of years old. It was running just fine trouble free on Vista so my hardware is not an issue. During the ensuing trouble shooting I have accumulated some information.

You really didn't say in your opening post what model, make computer you are using, age, other software.

* An upgrade disk is not the same as an install disk. You can't use an upgrade disk to repair corrupted files.

* A 64 bit system isn't compatible with a 32 bit system. If you are trying to run old 32 bit files, etc. on the Windows 7 64 bit system some will not run.

* Some external hardware can be a problem. I see that it was already mentioned.

* Any computer that has been around for a while is loaded up with unwanted malware, adware and possibly viruses and worms. A good clean scrubbing is necessary with appropriate software.

* Windows 7 doesn't upgrade directly from XP. There are special instructions for dealing with it.

In my particular case as soon as I upgraded to Windows 7 there was immediately an issue. "Dealio file cannot be found". As it turns out Dealio is a bandit software that loaded a toolbar unbeknown to me. I used Reg Cure to correct the problem but when Windows 7 sent another update, the next day I couldn't boot up. Eventually I was able to get some troubleshooting to work via the F-10 and F-11 keys and there was one problem - boot config corrupted. Since I can't use the Windows 7 upgrade disk to fix the problem I ordered recovery disks from HP - cost $16.29. They are being shipped due in on January 12Th. They will uninstall Windows 7 and reinstall the original factory OEM Vista.

From what I am reading there are an inordinate number of problems reported here with Windows 7 upgrades, freezes, lockups. So I'll offer my opinion:

* Make recovery disks, system and other recommended disks while you are still operating.

* Try system restore to an earlier date.

* Think about uninstalling Windows 7 and reverting back to your original OS.

* Clean your system using a good, reliable software that removes all of the "bad stuff".


*Go to "accessories" and run scan disk, fix disk and every other remedial tool there. A good house cleaning.

* Go through all files, videos, photos, music and toss out obsolete and unwanted junk. Relocate little used files to an external hard drive backup or onto CD's/DVD's.

* If you system was running OK before upgrading to Windows 7, logic dictates that all of your hardware is operating properly.

* You can re-upgrade to Windows 7 is desired.

I bought a new computer HP desktop Pavilion, the latest. It came with Windows 7 already installed. It runs just fine, no problems. Thus there isn't really an issue with the software. I think the problem that many are having, myself included, is that Windows 7 encounters something that is just doesn't like. For example I was warned, on the computer, that Google may not run right. Well I installed Google toolbar and Google Earth on my new computer and there really isn't any problem detectable.

I have been in the computer game from it's inception and I have found that invariably when Windows introduces a new version, inevitable there are problems somewhere. Some peripheral suppliers are still selling old inventory or some haven't caught up or Microsoft hasn't introduced some patch.

It takes lots of time, patience and money to conquer these problems. Oh, and one other suggestion - I go to Barnes and Noble and buy the Windows "bible" for that version as well as the "trouble shooting bible"
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05 Jan 2010   #68
computersplus

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
CPUZ

a screen shot of CPUZ memory tab would be helpful also what ram are you using check CPU voltage I see you CPU is running at lowest stock voltage you might try to increase CPU voltage to about 1 watt right now you are under a watt also ram voltage is important sometimes it's just a matter of proper voltage settings in the bios

also stop and disable the NVIDIA DRIVER DISPLAY SERVICE
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05 Jan 2010   #69
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Here are the results for the IntelBurn test on 1066 @ Maximum mode.. It looks fine.. I'll try 1333 tests tomorrow.. Since i need to leave my PC alone overnight to run and see if there is any BSOD appearing..

Will let you know once im up in the morning.. Take care guys..
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05 Jan 2010   #70
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by computersplus View Post
a screen shot of CPUZ memory tab would be helpful also what ram are you using check CPU voltage I see you CPU is running at lowest stock voltage you might try to increase CPU voltage to about 1 watt right now you are under a watt also ram voltage is important sometimes it's just a matter of proper voltage settings in the bios

also stop and disable the NVIDIA DRIVER DISPLAY SERVICE
https://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tml#post484157

Please look at my attachement in this link.. I have pasted the CPUZ memory tab..

How to i stop and display the Nvidia Driver display service?
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