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0x00000116 BSOD New Build

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by MrStumped, May 30, 2012.

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  1. MrStumped

    MrStumped Thread Starter

    May 30, 2012

    I finished building a day trading PC and had a BSOD last night with a 0x0000016 stop error. The minidump is attached.

    System Specs

    AMD A6-3650
    Asus F1A55-M LX Plus M/B
    8 GB DDR3 Ram
    Sapphire Flex Radeon HD 6450
    2 WD HDD's in RAID1
    SeaSonic M12II 620 Bronze PSU 620Watt
    3 Asus Monitors

    Clean Install Windows 7 HP x64 with Important updates
    Catalyst 12.4 Drivers

    Any help would be appreciated :)


    Edit: This is @ 5/30/2012 @ 3:46 AM

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  2. Lance1


    Aug 4, 2003
    The dump file is pointing at the ATI card. Do you have the latest drivers? It also my be related to heat or power. If you have another computer, test the card and see if it blue screens there.
  3. MrStumped

    MrStumped Thread Starter

    May 30, 2012
    Hi Lance!,

    Thank you for spending some of your time on my thread.

    I DO have the latest catalyst drivers from AMD installed, Catalyst 12.4 in fact. After reading about some possible stability issues with 12.4, this afternoon, after the BSOD had occurred, I completely uninstalled CCC and the drivers for 12.4, rollingback to 12.1. I needed help interpreting the dump file, as I am not to terribly proficient with Bugchecks.

    The big problem with me and my setup is this machine moves futures around for a living, and a bug check could end up costing me more than I built the machine for if it occurs at the wrong time. So for now, it will have to prove itself with the new 12.1 driver set before it handles any contracts :(

    If anyone has any other ideas, I would be more than happy to investigate them, as I now am playing the waiting game.

    Oh, one funny thing that was happening, 2 things in fact, the right monitor would flicker randomly just displaying the desktop or 6E charts, and after the computer came out of sleep, monitor 3 would sometimes not receive a signal, no video....

    Thanks all,


    PS I guess I will swap the card out with an old 6800 GS and see if it is good, if it BSOD's again. THanks Lance1
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