Featured SponsorsSponsor ShowcasesFeenixIn WinSound BlasterAquatuningView MoreSelect OneAquatuningAsusFeenixIn WinSound Blaster Recent Reviews See All the Latest Reviews GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3 ATX AMD Motherboard Reviewed by Butthungrymonkee Solid board for light OCs. Points on Ram: Usually, if you test ram, it's best to test one stick at a time, and "usually", the primary slot, is the second slot from your processor. Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkClick to expand... jawnTEM One Wild Crazy Mod-der! http://smashyourweb.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-1-month-old-home-build.html
The bugcheck was: 0x00000117 (0xfffffa8012799010, 0xfffff8800460bd7c, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000). It's a good way to push your system hard to see if everything is working good. Check your motherboard manual to make sure the ram is installed in the correct slots. When I have had the blue screen it has been when I am away from the computer for a while....
The issues you're having is exactly why I recommend people to build their own. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Permalink Stueybuk submitter 1 point 16 months ago Thanks again, will try that now. Mouse over to the "View Reliability History" and click on it.
Just click yes!Click to expand... So use Prime95 blend mode to test the CPU and RAM and use Valley or Heaven benchmark to test GPU stability. I wish your problem is solve. The more Ram Gb's you have, the longer it takes to run through them.
I'm now getting BSOD while the computer is still downloading the initial Windows updates, without having even so much as installed anything else. If you don't know what the settings are for your sticks just find your RAM on Newegg or something and the voltage, timings, and speed should all be there. It's about 3 years old, but the previous build wasn't very heavily used. Let me know how things work out!Click to expand...
If it doesn't pass on stock clocks then you have some issues going on. rolli59Jan 10, 2014, 7:22 PM Great news, enjoy! puggy-88, Feb 11, 2014 Player177 Star Joined: Apr 9, 2004 Messages: 18,442 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #14 Qu3bus said: ↑ I believe if you install the memory in the "wrong" To make sure though have you considered installing windows on the HDD just to make sure the it is not the SSD.
change the RAM than install windows. Only way you can know if its defective. If you need to use safe Mode to remove or disable components, restart your computer, press f8 to select advanced startup options, and then select safe mode. OP: I'm not sure what the problem could be then.
Skill Trident X 16Gb (4x4GB) 2400mhz @ 1.65v Video Card(s): MSi GTX1070 Gaming X 8GB @ 2GHz Hard Disk(s): Samsung 830 128GB SSD, Crucial MX200 500GB, Seagate Barracuda 2TB (2x 1TB http://smashyourweb.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-hp-pavilion-dv3-4160ee.html These solutions are often contrary to what the actual windows blue screen or any error message may state.Click to expand... Where PC's are concerned, it could be anything. Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkClick to expand...
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Now I add other memory module and run memtest86 again. When my motherboard was bad it wouldn't pass Prime95 and would almost always blue screen after 10 or so minutes. this content Demon?
The old drive will function like a data drive, no worries there, as long as the bios is set to boot from the windows 7 drive. It has actually been happening just 1 or 2 days after I got my PC, but it happened only once or twice I think and then didnt happen for a week Best solution would be to back all your important files and reinstall the OS.
What can I do? Software: Win10 Pro x64 | Win10 Home x86 Benchmark Scores: 3DMark Skydrive @ 1440p: GS: 25188 / PS: 12238 / CS: 25308: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/11665249 MxPhenom 216 u know u can edit ur Didn't see temp peaks at those times. Solkazo Almost Not a Noob Joined: Nov 20, 2013 Messages: 508 Location: United Kingdom Date Posted: Feb 10, 2014 #3 I am going to go with RAM too, it's not the
Whoops my bad. Burn it to a CD. How can I do that? 01-20-2011, 08:37 AM #13 grimx133 TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Jan 2008 Location: Canada eh Posts: 4,456 OS: xp mce sp2, xp pro have a peek at these guys Bluescreens within 30minutes.
Something got messed up, deleted, changed, or modified. Many times, your Windows OS, simply displays a "generic" error msg, which has nothing to do with the actual issue from the cause! (Maybe, Micro wants people to think they know If you notice, you will hopefully see the date that your PC blue screened and if you click the "x" on that date it should indicate the cause and even a Permalink Warlock 1 point 16 months ago Select Manual Mode.
User Name Remember Me? Well, I have updated the drivers and there was a big bios update from 2003 to 3016 and that seems to have done the trick... rolli59Jan 8, 2014, 3:49 PM Did you run multiple passes on the memtest? So yeah.
Well i did the Action Centre thing you told me about and windows couldnt find any solutions. My mom had a similar issue where the Windows install freezes somewhere around expanding files or something when installing from a USB. I don't know how to turn it off . There'll be a section in the bios called "hard drive priority" or something similar.
New PC Build, Blue dots on screen, vendor.dll & asus tweak II fail on start-up. Where PC's are concerned, it could be anything. This could also include poorly made software, and inefficient hardware drivers and/or driver conflicts. Re installing the OS often corrects this along with any other issue you may be having, so; a re-install can be an effective method of setting your OS back to a
It's not only for overclocking, it's to test system stability. Completely agree with this.