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Solved: BSOD - New build

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by CroEnigma, Apr 26, 2010.

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  1. CroEnigma

    CroEnigma Thread Starter

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    Best regards from Croatia.
    I buy new pc last week:

    I install windows 7 64 bit but problem is Blue Screen Of Death with this message:

    I flash my bios and everything was ok yesterday but today same problem,
    please help and sorry for my poor english.:)
     
  2. antech

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    This problem is generally due to unmatched frequency of the RAM or the RAM BEING CORRUPTED.
    Do you mean to say that the problem existed before flashing the BIOS?
     
  3. CroEnigma

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    Yes m8, same problem before flashing :(
     
  4. antech

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    The RAM stick may be BAD or may NOT be compitable with your motherboard.
    Does the PC boot up normally after some attempts?
     
  5. CroEnigma

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    Pc boot ok every time but suddenly when I work BSOD.
     
  6. antech

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    Please consider running a quick scan with MalwareBytes and SAS
    (Download link in my signature)
     
  7. CroEnigma

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    MalwareBytes resultes:


    [​IMG]
     
  8. crjdriver

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    One thing I see right off; you installed ram that is NOT on the qvl or approved list at asus. When you do this, it may work fine or it may not work fine. You are in effect a beta tester.

    Next, I have never heard of the brand of pw supply you have installed. When you use off brand parts, you are asking for a problem.

    Here is what I would do;
    1 Download and run memtest. This runs from a bootable CD that you make. Run memtest for at least 1hr. If there are any errors, you have found your problem.
    2 Download HWMonitor and run that for a while. See what your temperatures and voltages are running at and post that info here. You can post a screenshot of HWM if you want. Another option is that since you have an asus board, you can use asus probe to monitor temps and voltages.
     
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    I moved your thread to the hardware forum. I highly doubt this is a windows problem; you have a hardware issue and you will get more assistance in HW than in the windows forum.

    Just to be clear, did you build this system or did you buy this system from a shop, store, etc?
     
  10. CroEnigma

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    Thanks, i will post everything here.
     
  11. CroEnigma

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    I buy this PC in the shop, I just install windows 7, pc is new :mad:
     
  12. CroEnigma

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    Memtest - no error
    HWMonitor:

    [​IMG]
     
  13. antech

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    For how many hours did you run the Memtest?
    It should be made to run atleast for 12 hrs
     
  14. CroEnigma

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    First I run memtest from Hiren's boot, then regular memtest 12 hours (about 350 %) = 0 errors
    But I think maybe a problem is in AVG 8,5. I uninstall AVG and install Norton 2010 now.
    For now, no BSOD and no error from utorrent (the requested operation cannot be performed on a file with a user-mapped section open). I will wait some time.
     
  15. CroEnigma

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    Problem solved, i uninstall AVG 8.5. :)
    No more BSOD, errors from Firefox, utorrent and winamp.
    Strange problem but solved, thanks for help guys, you r no.1. (y)
     
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