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Have you tried resetting to 2.30? I'm encountering the same issues as you, including the occasional bad pool header. I'm at a complete loss on what to do Reply to bigk9359 adamv1Sep 30, 2014, 11:32 PM Love how nobody answered this guys questions. I had heard about checking the rails, but my friend helped me build my pc and he suggested a lot of my parts. http://darrenburnhill.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-still.html

Xilin PRIVATE FIRST CLASS Offline Posts: 6 GT70 DE Random BSOD« on: 03-July-14, 13:51:40 » hii recently bought a GT70 (Dragon edition 2) and keep getting random BSODs 0.5~2 hours apart. i was lucky steam made one before installing DX bcs i didn't even have recovery disks made. Skipping QPI rate Test --- Running Floating Point test --- Million Floating Points per Second, MFLOPS --> 374.4 Floating Point Test Pass --- --- Running Prime Number Generation Test --- Operation again laptop... http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/323123-random-bsod-msi-gt70.html

any thoughts ?EDIT : Dump files : https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=C5320B97C53E21BD!207&authkey=!AG33p9do1Ed2x-A&ithint=file%2c.rar « Last Edit: 07-July-14, 06:13:10 by Xilin » Logged Svet T9246ED, Бивша комета Administrator Online Posts: 65849 « Reply #1 on: 03-July-14, 13:55:13 and yes i get bsod's screen freezing distorted audio... MSI GT70 Domintor Pro or ASUS G750JS-DS71?

Seems different configurations cause windows to crash.To date windows drivers swapped out for proprietary:athrx.sys -> Dlink Xtreme Wireless driver from DlinkWindows Nvidia WDDM --> Nvidia driver 361.91Added pentium 3 cpu fan I found the cause was my PSU was not providing enough power to the GPU. Any help would be much appreciated. but i'm not sure.

On Win7 resource monitor there are memory page faults caused by CCC. i currently don't have access to it to attach the dump files but i will as soon as i take it back.i read somewhere that i should update the LAN/WLAN driver all i got was "Please Wait" for an hour so i used system restore point to undo what i did. Ask !

Tags: GT70 Notebooks Freezing CPUs Laptops Blue Screen MSI-Microstar Last response: June 24, 2014 5:16 PM in Laptop Tech Support Share Sanguine Pariah June 24, 2014 5:10:53 AM My MSI GT70 Update: despite being new SODIMMS, one developed a fault causing this. Error while retrieving SATA Device Information from OS --- Test End Time: 06/23/2014 23:40:45--- System Information ------------------ Processor Name: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3610QM CPU @ 2.30GHz Processor Information: Intel64 Family 6 Model I've also been having Memory Management BSODs as well as the occasional NTFS.sys ones, as well as BSODs that don't list a cause.cpu-AMD FX-6350gpu- Gigabyte GeForce GTX660 OCpsu- Rosewill Capstone 650W-M

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  2. Before you go out and buy a new PSU use CCC to underclock your GPU and if that fixes your problem start thinking about buying a new PSU.
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  6. I suspected the PSU, etc but then I removed eGPU it completely and still suffered the exact symptoms you reference!!
  7. Looks like it was hardware after all for me.Hope this helps.
  8. But if it is isolated to games then I would first unistall your display driver with DDU ( msconfig> safeboot> then use DDU to unistall drivers) reinstall the latest Nvidia driver...
  9. just to make sure i switched to airplane mode but still got BSOD.

News:MSI REWARDS - PARTICIPATE ON MSI FORUMS, GET REWARDS Home Help Search Login Register MSI Global English Forum > MSI GAMING > GAMING Notebooks > GT70 DE Random BSOD « previous http://www.bluescreen-of-death.com/blue-screens/random-bsod-error-code-on-msi-a6.html I was running a HD7770 with a 700W cheap PSU and the rail was not enough. My video card is not overheating, CCC temperatures are around 35c, and external probe shows 32c (when playing games, it's adequatly 53c and 49c). Platform Controller Hub Test Failed.

Probably too late for you now, but at least we can have an answer for people in the future. weblink ARGH! All Rights Reserved. haven't got a blue screen yet so fingers crossed ...will update again if i get themthanks « Last Edit: 05-July-14, 19:39:53 by Xilin » Logged Print Pages: [1] 2 All Go

Also, set any software applications which control power management features to default. --- FSB NOT Supported on this Processor --- --- Running Base Clock test --- Detected Base Clock --> 100 and at what point have I raised the voltage too high? How do I change the voltage? http://darrenburnhill.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-124.html so in otherwords motherboard replacement...

Thanks a lot! The old RAMs which didn't work could be covered with dust, co try clean it with air duster or carefully with tooth brush.Sorry for my english and good luck. Probably too late for you now, but at least we can have an answer for people in the future.

Completely fixed my computer.

Finally, i decided to run another memory test when I noticed the options. Memory_management, Irq_less_or_not_equal, PFN_list_corrupt. Searching for a solution, i've found an info, that my video card driver may cause a problem. MSI GT70 Dominator vs.

So the problem is kinda solved...Now I want to raise the CPU/NB with +0.06 thought I'm using Intel Processor so no NB here regarding bios and I'm bit confused what to I backed down to a version which was stable earlier and I am typing this in confidence. Reply to chinchymcchilla Tradesman1Jan 25, 2014, 11:53 PM Yes, some have had to go to 1.4 and slightly higher Reply to Tradesman1 johnblJan 27, 2014, 7:13 PM The memory corruption error his comment is here On Win7 resource monitor there are memory page faults caused by CCC.

I found the cause was my PSU was not providing enough power to the GPU. have you recently updated your drivers? Had this issue on Windows 7 first, then upgraded to Windows 8/8.1 and it resolved itself. Do I up the voltage again?

We went a full day this time without the Memory management error and just got it again today. I'm wondering if this could be the SATA Controller or just a bad MC in general... Reply to adamv1 JameskugaNov 2, 2014, 10:08 AM Hi,I have the same problem. The only one BSOD i've encountered almost right after performing these steps was system_service_exception, and i dont remember what I was doing, but it did not happen again since then.

Reply to untit1ed CarnagaApr 16, 2016, 2:52 PM Tradesman1 said: Yes, some have had to go to 1.4 and slightly higher I had the same issue as the OP - got Reply to chinchymcchilla Tradesman1Oct 3, 2013, 8:10 PM Sounds like we may have it, but have that in the back of your mind so can just try a voltage increase and Windows Memory Diagnostics says that I have malfunction with the system. just wanted to see if anyone has had this issue since i didn't change a thing before getting the BSODs.