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Windows 7: Problem:64 bit seven and Vista

03 Sep 2009   #11
Dwarf

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
 
 

First of all, make sure that you are operating at default speeds (no overclocking). Next, boot up with the memtest+ CD and allow it to run through at least 3 full passes. This is with all your memory installed. If you get any errors with any of the passes, repeat with just a single stick at a time using the same memory slot on the motherboard. If all is now clear then repeat using the other memory slots, one at a time. It could well be a simple matter of changing which memory stick is in which slot.


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03 Sep 2009   #12
PepinoLV

windows 7
 
 

bios is set to "auto"

memtest http://i30.tinypic.com/20rtr0l.jpg
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03 Sep 2009   #13
PepinoLV

windows 7
 
 

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07 Sep 2009   #14
PepinoLV

windows 7
 
 

check me please minidump thx


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File Type: zip 090609-18829-01.zip (20.9 KB, 10 views)
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07 Sep 2009   #15
logicearth

Windows 10 Pro (x64)
 
 

Since it happens in both x64 versions of Vista and Seven, I would have to assume it is a driver. One that is the same version on both which trigger the same bug.
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07 Sep 2009   #16
PepinoLV

windows 7
 
 

well I think but that driver?
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07 Sep 2009   #17
TGSoldier

 
 

Your minidump file points to ntfs.sys and ntoskrnl.exe...

Have you updated your chipset drivers?

Thanks to ratePV, we know that Intel now properly provides Win 7 drivers for it's chipset.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Prod...D=816&lang=eng

Give it a go.
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08 Sep 2009   #18
GatoSoft

@Home/Work: Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64
 
 

ENGLISH:

Hi! ^_^
I think that if your nickname includes the word "Pepino" (spanish for "cucumber"), you speak spanish, so I'll translate my posts about this to spanish besides of english, so we can understand better. If it's against the forum rules, I apologize and please mods, feel free to do with my post whatever you want. I just want to help.

Anyway... on-topic:
1) What's your installation source? DVD or USB drive?
2) If it's DVD: is maybe your DVD scratched or burned at speed superior to 8X? Try to burn a new DVD at 4X if it's possible.
3) If it's USB drive: is your USB drive's partition healthy? Try to run ChkDsk on it.
4) How is your BIOS configured? Try to restore the default values for your motherboard.
5) What's your memory configuration? Watching your memtest86+'s photos I can assume that you've a Triple-Channel DDR3 configuration, right? Are all of that 3 memories of the same type? I mean, clock, latency, etc.
6) Is your motherboard healthy? Check your motherboard's capacitor's, some could be inflated because of some electricity problem, like in the next image:

7) Your power supply is working fine? Maybe it's not powerful enough for your computer configuration. For example, I've an Thermaltake ToughPower 750W for a computer with 6 hard disks and 7~9 USB devices working at the same time (see my specs).

I can't think in any other hypothesis right now. If I think in another thing, I'll be back later. Meanwhile, I think you've a little to enjoy testing by yourself.

Good luck! ^_^
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ESPAÑOL:

¡Hola! ^_^
Calculo que si tu nickname incluye la palabra "Pepino" significa que hablás español, así que voy a traducir mis posts sobre éste tema a español además de inglés, así podemos entendernos mejor. Si ésto que hago está en contra de las reglas del foro, me disculpo y por favor moderadores, siéntanse libres de hacer con mi post lo que gusten. Simplemente quiero ayudar.

Como sea... on-topic:
1) ¿Cual es tu medio de instalación? ¿Un DVD o una unidad USB?
2) Si es un DVD: ¿Puede que tu DVD esté rayado o tal vez grabado a una velocidad superior a 8X? Tratá de grabar un nuevo DVD a 4X en lo posible.
3) Si es una unidad USB: ¿La partición de tu unidad USB está sana? Probá ejecutar ChkDsk en ella.
4) ¿Cómo está configurada tu BIOS? Tratá restaurándole los valores predeterminados para tu placa madre.
5) ¿Cuál es tu configuración de memoria? Viendo las fotos que le tomaste al memtest86+ asumo de que tenés una configuración Triple-Channel DDR3, ¿verdad? ¿Son las 3 memorias del mismo tipo? Me refiero al clock, latencia, etc.
6) ¿Está tu placa madre sana? Revisá los capacitores de tu placa madre, algunos podrían llegar a estar inflados a causa de algún problema eléctrico, como en la siguiente imagen:

7) ¿Tu fuente está funcionando bien? Tal vez no es lo suficientemente poderosa para la configuración de tu computadora. Por ejemplo, yo tengo una Thermaltake ToughPower de 750W para una computadora con 6 discos rígidos y 7~9 dispositivos USB trabajando a la vez (mirá mis especificaciones).

Por ahora no se me ocurre ninguna otra hipótesis. Si se me ocurre algo más, volveré después. Mientras tanto, creo que tenés un par de cositas como para entretenerte probando.

¡Suerte! ^_^
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08 Sep 2009   #19
PepinoLV

windows 7
 
 

my nickname is from a Spanish colleague, Mr Koraira (come to Slovakia)
Installation of the DVD and burned at maximum speed
BIOS is the default
RAM DDR3 triple channel kit
Upon visual inspection, capacitors are OK
'll try burn slowly and install driver wrote TGSoldier
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08 Sep 2009   #20
GatoSoft

@Home/Work: Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64
 
 

Sorry, I didn't knew where were you from. :P
By the way, I recommend to give a try for a while before installing chipset drivers.

Hope to see good results next time! ^_^
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