At first I suspected RAM issues. Once while Browsing, and once while running stress test. I did a search on your MB and found nothing to worry about, though it seems that I've read people talking about ASUS MB's and how some users have complained about QUESTION: in your last note you said that you had 2x2Gb modules - did you mean 2x4? his comment is here
Type the name of the program in Vista's search box, and once selected, it will run the next time you reboot. REINSTALL the MAIN CHIPSET driver, and other relevant drivers for your motherboard (motherboard support site; must be EXACT board and Windows version).4. REINSTALL the video drivers3. Paul TomatoSep 19, 2011, 4:43 AM Hey Eggsodus!!Read a couple of reviews on your power supply - I certainly doubt that that's the issue! http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/235122-random-bsod-several-times-week.html
I recently reset my BIOS and this went away for a week, however, earlier today I received another. EDIT: I also not that one of your INT33A0 is disabled. Running drivier verifier makes the BSOD occur every 2 hours when the system is idle.
If there was something that seemed difficult to understand before, it should now be easier to decipher. Blue Screen Error Windows 10 I (actually my girlfriend) was getting different BSOD messages all the time - sometimes it was memory management, other times some ATI driver file. BSOD Help and Support Random blue screen of death occuring about 2 times a weekHi there ! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/26240-63-getting-bsod-error-messages-time If we're playing armchair psychologist, we'd say Newell still harbors deep seeded resentment from when a BSoD left him flustered at an awards ceremony.
A high-quality cooler will also bring temperatures down. Windows 10 Stop Code One is also associated with aswSnx.SYS (an avast file) but one is associated with dxgmms1.sys which is a DirectX file. The trickiest part is that I can't replicate the error. We typically recommend leaving the PCI-E frequency set to Auto in the BIOS, but if you've overclocked your system, it can inadvertently knock the bus speed beyond a stable spec, which
aka bad Browser Google Chrome Antivirus No thanks Other Info I quite enjoy taco's Quote 09 Nov 2014 #2 usasma View Profile View Forum Posts Mr. http://gbcmedina.com/blue-screen/bsod-happening-at-random-times-with-different-error-codes.php He has written thousands of articles and written or contributed to dozens of books on a variety of IT subjects. Also attached is my most recent crash -> I had one more since starting this thread. One is also associated with aswSnx.SYS (an avast file) but one is associated with dxgmms1.sys which is a DirectX file. Memtest86
I've been experiencing random BSODs over the last several months. Chkdsk In XP, click Start, then Run, and type cmd . What's not so nice is the BSoD that reared its ugly head and ruined the experience for anyone hoping to hop on the web to check their email.
We have your back, and the original article is still here. Did you try testing your RAM by running one module at a time? It proceded to close all my programs and windows and restart. Prev Page 8 of 9 Next Prev Page 8 of 9 Next All Aboard!This display was supposed to be showing people ads as they entered the subway.
Oh well, that's what smartphones are for, right? Paul TomatoSep 19, 2011, 4:01 PM Eggsodus, After a quick look at your dump files I can tell you this:1) All errors originate in ntsokrnl.exe. Do'h! check over here For example, if your videocard crashes, you may see a message saying "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered." In XP and previous OSes, this almost always would have resulted in
Although your CPU is rated at 1.4V I have an idea that it's running at a voltage of ~1.485-1.5V. One Lombard Street, Suite 200, San Francisco California 94111. Why? Since they do not seem related overall I'd still guess that it's a hardware issue but if you've reinstalled on a new hdd it's a great time to see if new
Now I might be wrong here as I've never worked w/overclocking a Phenom x6. Sep 13, 2006 BSoD and can't do anything about it, or I can't as far as I know Nov 22, 2008 Add New Comment You need to be a member to You could uninstall the audio drivers of NVIDIA, they are not necessary. In the System Properties window that appears, select the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery, and uncheck the box that says 'Automatically Restart.' The same steps also apply to
I cant pinpoint anything in particular but it seems to be pointing to a driver issue but never identifies the driver from what I can... I ran the windows memory diagnostic and it did indeed find some errors (when testing all four sticks together). I believe I have corrected this error as I uninstalled the Logitech Gaming Software. Your RAM has great SPECS but bad RAM is bad RAM, and the more components that you can eliminate from the "potential problems", the easier it is to isolate the problem.Let
eggsodusSep 19, 2011, 4:07 PM Paul Tomato said: Eggsodus, After a quick look at your dump files I can tell you this:1) All errors originate in ntsokrnl.exe. After weeks of everything working just fine my computer crashed with a BSOD while being idle. Any input would be appreciated! Any suggestions are extremely welcomed.
Although I have tested the memory, is it possible that it can still be faulty?