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Windows 7: New PC Build BSOD.

26 Apr 2010   #1
mmattner

Windows 7 64 bit - professional
 
 
New PC Build BSOD.

Hi,

first post on these forums which I just discovered thanks to our friends at google.

I've recently had a new computer build: CPU: Intel i7 930, Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R MB, 6 GB G-Skill NQ RAM, 1GB ASUS 5870 GPU, Lancool K62, Corsair HX-650 PSU, GSKILL Falcon2 64GB boot drive, Samsung Spinpoint 1TB, Sony DVD, Samsung P2350

The build was completed last weekend and has been running fine, up until yesterday when it was turned on for the first time on several days. As background I did have one stick of RAM which seemed a little suss in that it wasnt detected initially - removed and reseated and it seemed to be fine... until yesterday.

After several minutes (5 or so) - I got a BSOD ... this continued for several reboots with no change - BSOD kicking in after 5 minutes or thereabouts.

finally - I removed the suspect ram and downloaded memtest, created a bootable CD and ran it. This ran with no errors while running for about an hour.. (with the suspect ram reinserted). So rebooted machine into windows and it ran fine for several hours last night in which I ran 3dMark Vantage and PC Mark Vantage to get some benchmark results. CPU cores all seened to be under 40 degress, and GPU running at about 45 degress - Im NOT overclocking.

Anyway - left it for the night, and waited until this morning to fire it up again tp repeat the benchmarking - however it felll over running 3D Mark and then again afterwards. I have attached minidump and associated XML below, as I'm unsure of the next step to diagnosing the problem.

I hope the amalgamated wiseness of this forum can point me in the right direction.



FYI - upon restarting 3dMark gave me the following error:

std: exception
Invalid Index 5260 (5232 available)




Attached Files
File Type: zip WER163800_sysdata_xml.zip (12.9 KB, 4 views)
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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26 Apr 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mmattner View Post
Hi,

first post on these forums which I just discovered thanks to our friends at google.

I've recently had a new computer build: CPU: Intel i7 930, Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R MB, 6 GB G-Skill NQ RAM, 1GB ASUS 5870 GPU, Lancool K62, Corsair HX-650 PSU, GSKILL Falcon2 64GB boot drive, Samsung Spinpoint 1TB, Sony DVD, Samsung P2350

The build was completed last weekend and has been running fine, up until yesterday when it was turned on for the first time on several days. As background I did have one stick of RAM which seemed a little suss in that it wasnt detected initially - removed and reseated and it seemed to be fine... until yesterday.

After several minutes (5 or so) - I got a BSOD ... this continued for several reboots with no change - BSOD kicking in after 5 minutes or thereabouts.

finally - I removed the suspect ram and downloaded memtest, created a bootable CD and ran it. This ran with no errors while running for about an hour.. (with the suspect ram reinserted). So rebooted machine into windows and it ran fine for several hours last night in which I ran 3dMark Vantage and PC Mark Vantage to get some benchmark results. CPU cores all seened to be under 40 degress, and GPU running at about 45 degress - Im NOT overclocking.

Anyway - left it for the night, and waited until this morning to fire it up again tp repeat the benchmarking - however it felll over running 3D Mark and then again afterwards. I have attached minidump and associated XML below, as I'm unsure of the next step to diagnosing the problem.

I hope the amalgamated wiseness of this forum can point me in the right direction.



FYI - upon restarting 3dMark gave me the following error:

std: exception
Invalid Index 5260 (5232 available)
these were caused by several problems. One (stdriver64.sys) I googled and found no reference to it at all. I wonder if it is a raid driver, or maybe a virus.

I would run a system file check to verify and repair you OS files. (type cmd in search>right click and run as admin>sfc /scannow)

If you are overclocking stop.
If you are running a raid, update its driver.
If you dont have a current working anti virus app get one and run it.


Let us know if you need help
My System SpecsSystem Spec
27 Apr 2010   #3
mmattner

Windows 7 64 bit - professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mmattner View Post
Hi,

first post on these forums which I just discovered thanks to our friends at google.

I've recently had a new computer build: CPU: Intel i7 930, Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R MB, 6 GB G-Skill NQ RAM, 1GB ASUS 5870 GPU, Lancool K62, Corsair HX-650 PSU, GSKILL Falcon2 64GB boot drive, Samsung Spinpoint 1TB, Sony DVD, Samsung P2350

The build was completed last weekend and has been running fine, up until yesterday when it was turned on for the first time on several days. As background I did have one stick of RAM which seemed a little suss in that it wasnt detected initially - removed and reseated and it seemed to be fine... until yesterday.

After several minutes (5 or so) - I got a BSOD ... this continued for several reboots with no change - BSOD kicking in after 5 minutes or thereabouts.

finally - I removed the suspect ram and downloaded memtest, created a bootable CD and ran it. This ran with no errors while running for about an hour.. (with the suspect ram reinserted). So rebooted machine into windows and it ran fine for several hours last night in which I ran 3dMark Vantage and PC Mark Vantage to get some benchmark results. CPU cores all seened to be under 40 degress, and GPU running at about 45 degress - Im NOT overclocking.

Anyway - left it for the night, and waited until this morning to fire it up again tp repeat the benchmarking - however it felll over running 3D Mark and then again afterwards. I have attached minidump and associated XML below, as I'm unsure of the next step to diagnosing the problem.

I hope the amalgamated wiseness of this forum can point me in the right direction.



FYI - upon restarting 3dMark gave me the following error:

std: exception
Invalid Index 5260 (5232 available)
these were caused by several problems. One (stdriver64.sys) I googled and found no reference to it at all. I wonder if it is a raid driver, or maybe a virus.

I would run a system file check to verify and repair you OS files. (type cmd in search>right click and run as admin>sfc /scannow)

If you are overclocking stop.
If you are running a raid, update its driver.
If you dont have a current working anti virus app get one and run it.


Let us know if you need help

Thanks for the feedback to date, I'll carry out your reccomendations when I get home tonight.

FYI, I am running a virus package - CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2010.

I do have a question about your reference to stdriver64.sys - I'm not sure where you are seeing this driver, I'm using BlueScreenView to view my minidump data ands it doesnt seem to have this listed.

As I'm new to this, not sure if I'm missing something ?
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