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After a few quick tests, it truly could be just about anything (CMOS/BIOS, demon possession etc...) If you swap the board you may well save yourself a lot of pain and This information is also available in the Windows Event Viewer, where blue screen messages are scattered among application crashes and other system log messages. This is the driver that caused the problem. I got my hard drive around Dec/Jan, so I assume it has the latest FW. Source

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pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 jawnTEM likes this. Well, now you have, and ironically enough, most will find it just as illegible as the English version. I guess it would be easier to RMA ram than a board but it's still a PITA... If it's happening at random times for no reason it could very well be a bad motherboard.

You would then do a safe mode boot and turn off verifier.exe with the /reset switch.(verifier.exe /reset) then you would have the memory dump to analzye. How about Gremlin Possession? @pirateking97! In testing you often have to run through several passes. (Often overnight-a long process). Memtest86 Run the Driver Cleaner utility to scrub away any remnants of the previous drivers that a typical uninstall overlooks.

Qu3bus, Feb 11, 2014 Player177 likes this. Random Blue Screen The more Ram Gb's you have, the longer it takes to run through them. New ASRock X79 Extreme9 build has random lockups/reboots no BSOD. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/290215-30-random-bsod It's basically a process of elimination!

It happens so fast you might miss it, but once Windows reloads, you'll be greeted with an error message similar to the above. Memtest86 Usb My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU Intel Core i-5 2500K 3.3 GHz Memory 8.00 GB Browser Google Chrome Dacha90 View Public Profile Find More Posts cannot pinpoint the issue. If you just built it you should be able to get it swapped out easily since you'd be within 30-days.

  • These solutions are often contrary to what the actual windows blue screen or any error message may state.
  • is this prime95 http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=205 if so then this seems to have something to do with overclocking.
  • It actually exists, or at least it did.
  • I heard that with blue screens the error number and details barely help, but I'm posting them anyway.
  • maurovid said: I will do all this, thanks.

Random Blue Screen

How do I know if driver verifier finds a bad driver and where do I find the bugcheck? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2522355/random-bsod-build.html These solutions are often contrary to what the actual windows blue screen or any error message may state.Click to expand... Computer Randomly Blue Screens Windows 10 Did you run MEMTEST on your memory? Blue Screen Windows 10 Event Xml: 1001 0 2 0 0 0x80000000000000 15624 System HomeLtd

Should i do what you said and delete the drivers and install again from the disc, or get them from the internet. this contact form That would have been fine, except that the failed system was beaming images in the Birds Nest for all to see, and what everyone saw was an Olympic sized BSoD! Most motherboards that run dual-channel require that you install matching sets of RAM in the same-color slots, while others, such as some MSI boards, require that you install them in alternate When in doubt, poke your head in the user's manual.Once you've verified that your RAM is installed correctly and is compatible with your motherboard, check to make sure they're running within Blue Screen Windows 7

Player177, Feb 12, 2014 jawnTEM likes this. Joined: Oct 4, 2011 Messages: 8,720 Location: Central Texas Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #30 well when I go too device manager and try update my video card, it just says If you're filling all your slots then it doesn't matter. have a peek here I't called "process of elimination".

IGN Boards Boards > Gaming > PC > Getting "Blue screen" randomly on my new PC??!!?!? > Getting "Blue screen" randomly on my new PC??!!?!? Ram Test Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Player177, Feb 11, 2014 jawnTEM likes this. The only thing Windows can do is stop the computer and restart it.

A BSOD is the result of low-level software crashing -- or faulty hardware.

Hopefully I can explain before I BSOD again... If it doesn't pass on stock clocks then you have some issues going on. pirateking97 Noob Joined: Oct 24, 2013 Messages: 390 Date Posted: Feb 12, 2014 #50 Player177 said: ↑ pirateking97 said: ↑ Player177 said: ↑ Best way to check stability is run Prime95 Blue Screen Of Death However now it has happened 2 or 3 times in the last 2 days.

Sometimes it works by updating through device manager; however, the best way is to download the new drivers manually and save it to your desktop. (If you can keep your windows Check your motherboard manual to make sure the ram is installed in the correct slots. This can be a costly method if you don't have enough older parts on hand and have to buy new components. Check This Out Edit; damn you already answered it right before I posted lol Last edited: Feb 11, 2014 pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 Last edited by pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 jawnTEM One Wild

The best mode for troubleshooting any of this, is usually via the same method. A buggy SATA controller driver can wreak havoc on your data. Click yes to restart your system. Before you restart, copy the exact all-caps error code and hexadecimal values shown above and below this portion of generic text.