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Windows 7: APC Index Mismatching

22 Feb 2010   #1
DestinedSpektr

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APC Index Mismatching

Recently added an 8800GTS for PHYSX but my main is 9800GX2 and I have the drivers for 9800GX2. Also, I added a sound card installed drivers for it and ever since then when the computer goes into sleep sometimes I get an BSOD saying APC_Index_Mismatching this doesn't happen all the time


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22 Feb 2010   #2
dmex

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DestinedSpektr View Post
Recently added an 8800GTS for PHYSX but my main is 9800GX2 and I have the drivers for 9800GX2. Also, I added a sound card installed drivers for it and ever since then when the computer goes into sleep sometimes I get an BSOD saying APC_Index_Mismatching this doesn't happen all the time
This is a kernel internal error which can occur only on a checked build.

Your not running the right version of Windows 7, you running the debug version thats larger in size and slower to run than the retail build.

It'll be a waste of time resolving this issue on that build, I suggest reinstalling the retail version.

Steven
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22 Feb 2010   #3
DestinedSpektr

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I'm not sure what you mean by retail build I just installed an OEM of win7
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22 Feb 2010   #4
dmex

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DestinedSpektr View Post
I'm not sure what you mean by retail build I just installed an OEM of win7
Thats not an OEM build of Windows 7, The version you do have shouldn't have been sold to you at all. Take it back to wherever you purchased it from and get a refund asap.

This is the BSOD you experienced: Bug Check 0x1: APC_INDEX_MISMATCH, The comment on that page is quite clear: This is a kernel internal error which can occur only on a checked build.

See here about the difference between a checked (debug) and free (retail) build: Checked and Free Build Differences

Distribution media that contain the checked builds are clearly labeled as "Debug/Checked Build" and are not for resale and you need it replaced or refunded asap, if it doesnt have that notice on the media you purchased then its fake and you should immediately report the company that sold you that copy: Protect Yourself from Piracy

Checked builds are for developers like myself and only available from MSDN, The copy you have is not legit.

Steven
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22 Feb 2010   #5
DestinedSpektr

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lol I got it at newegg awhile ago and I know it's been more than 30 days
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