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Windows 7: BSOD after Starting Windows. (install)

24 Apr 2009   #1
Ajota

Windows Vista
 
 
BSOD after Starting Windows. (install)

Hello first I would like to ask for excuses for my English.

the Yahoo! Babel Fish - Tradutor de textos e páginas da web will help me.

now the BIG problem.

im trying install windows 7 (7100 x86) on my computer.

but... he load files and after Starting Windows in first time get a BSOD.

0x00000124 (0x00000004, 0x813508D4, 0x00000000, 0x0000000)

i try:

- remove all usb (mouse and webcam)
- Change DVI to VGA
- burn DVD 4x and 8x
- download others versions (7077, 7057 and 7106)

but always give BSOD.

my computer is:

P4 3.0 (64bits)
MB ASUS P5vd2-x updated to 0501 Working!!!
2GB Memory (kingstone and Corsair)
VGA Inno3d GF7300GT 256/128
DVD Sata GSA-H62N

i tried update windows Vista to Windows 7 and... BSOD again

"News"

isnt my VGA, i try other.

isnt my DVD Drive, i try other.

it only can be the Motherboard


now i cant use Windows 7


somebody know anythink ?

please


sorry again for my english.

thanks


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25 Apr 2009   #2
Drefsab

Windows 7 RC 7100
 
 

I've been having the same thing on my main pc since a recent windows update, I then wiped my pc and did a clean install of build 7077 it did the same, im going to try 7100 soon (works fine on my laptop).

Thing is vista and xp work fine and I have a strong suspicion that its the nvidia drivers windows is installing.
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25 Apr 2009   #3
smarteyeball

 
 

Try removing your video card and then re-enable the on-board video. This may help bypass the nvidia driver issue. If the OS installs, add your video card after installation.

If the OS does not install, then it's not the nvidia drivers
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25 Apr 2009   #4
Drefsab

Windows 7 RC 7100
 
 

well oddly enough build 7100 worked I wiped it and tried 7077 again and it blue screened right away, guess its something they fixed.
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25 Apr 2009   #5
Ajota

Windows Vista
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball View Post
Try removing your video card and then re-enable the on-board video. This may help bypass the nvidia driver issue. If the OS installs, add your video card after installation.

If the OS does not install, then it's not the nvidia drivers
i dont have onboard video
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25 Apr 2009   #6
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ajota View Post


2GB Memory (kingstone and Corsair)
I just noticed this. You have two different brands of RAM modules?

Are they both the exact same speed, CAS latency and voltages?

Have you run memtest86+ to check for memory errors?


I would remove one module (1GB) and then try re-installing Seven.

Seven is much less tolerant of hardware problems than XP or Vista.
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25 Apr 2009   #7
Ajota

Windows Vista
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball View Post
I just noticed this. You have two different brands of RAM modules?

Are they both the exact same speed, CAS latency and voltages?

Have you run memtest86+ to check for memory errors?


I would remove one module (1GB) and then try re-installing Seven.

Seven is much less tolerant of hardware problems than XP or Vista.

I tried it, one time with Kingstone and one time with corsair.

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25 Apr 2009   #8
dmex

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ajota View Post
0x00000124 (0x00000004, 0x813508D4, 0x00000000, 0x0000000)

Hey Guys,

The first paramater from your BSOD code (0x4) identifies this BSOD being caused by "An uncorrectable PCI Express error", Either your PCI-E BIOS settings are configured incorrectly or your system might require a BIOS update.

Bug Check 0x124: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR

Steven
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25 Apr 2009   #9
Ajota

Windows Vista
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dmex View Post
Hey Guys,

The first paramater from your BSOD code (0x4) identifies this BSOD being caused by "An uncorrectable PCI Express error", Either your PCI-E BIOS settings are configured incorrectly or your system might require a BIOS update.

Bug Check 0x124: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR

Steven
hm... thanks Steven... i updated my bios today... but... can be slot dirty too ?
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26 Apr 2009   #10
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ajota View Post
I tried it, one time with Kingstone and one time with corsair.

If it still failed to install with only one stick of each, then it's like Steven mentioned, potentially a PCI-E error. Have you overclocked any of your settings, especially the PCI-E clock for your video card?

However those RAM modules are mismatched and could lead to trouble. I would still run memtest86+
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