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Reply With Quote 03-27-11,08:24 PM #4 TempliNocturnus View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date May 2006 Location Where angels carry savage weapons For testing your hard drive, I recommend Now reboot and bench for several hours and see if that will cause a blue screen after that idle for the rest of the night and all day tomorrow. Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Microsoft Operating Systems Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Overclockers.com Community News & Community Announcements Overclockers.com Article Why shouldn't the pagefile be on the system drive? http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/392262-bsod-while-win7-64-bit-idle-various-times-bccode-7a.html
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Basic System details: Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 4GB RAM (2 DIMMS) Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit NVIDIA GeForce 9400M Running bootcamp 3.1 I ran Windows_NT6_BSOD_v3.03_jcgriff2_.exe to generate all the files it I have pasted reports from three of the recent crashes in the bottom.The computer is about 5 month old, a Dell Vostro 3350. You can run a chkdsk to see if the Windows install disk is corrupted. The thing is that I never have this issue while gaming, video encoding, 3d rendering, running vmachines etc.
BSOD while watching streaming video (error 0x00000101) I occasionally got this BSOD then when I look at the Bluescreen Viewer it said the BSOD was caused by ntoskrnl.exe. I did a clean install of Windows 7, but recently I've been having a problem when leaving my computer 30 mins or so. video help | post reply | read more BSOD Windows 7 RC 7100 x64 at Clean Install location: 7forums.com - date: May 2, 2009 hey guys! http://newwikipost.org/topic/VoRURmQ3cpYsdIQlywG4BssfgV3qN5mg/Windows-7-64-bit-BSOD-error-BCCode-f4.html I am still scratching my head on this lol.
then boom, BSOD. On a freshly booted system, try running continuous benchmarks from a benchmarking suite such as Sandra Lite and see whether any test in particular triggers the BSOD. Not when you're doing something demanding with it, like playing a game? Do you remember installing any new hardware, drivers, or software prior to these BSOD's occurring?
This could be exacerbated by RAM from different manufacturers. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Reponse To Answer by Klapoder · 5 years ago In reply to Drivers, memory Oh, I didn't I might not be right, I mean it could still be an issue or some sort of conflict going on with the Intel RST, but yesterday I double checked if all Reply With Quote Page 1 of 3 1 2 ... I ran in safemode and tried a clean boot, as suggested in the link, but still no luck.
And write your email address (optional) Similar posts... this page Reply With Quote 03-28-11,11:22 AM #7 big_mike View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jan 2009 Location Gurnee, IL Ok, I did diagnostics on both drives. Flashed to new BIOS, still BSoD3. Remember the SSD does DMA, so it may be a timing issue between the SSD and the RAM.
It's possible the problem occurs when the computer tries to change power states. I've been googling and find that an error is because of ntoskrnl.exe.Mostly the bsod code is 0x.50 and 0x.4eIs it true the bsod is because of ntoskrnl.exe?Is repairing the windows will I second the idea to try to get latest drivers for all hardware.Also, might try running a memory diag on your computer, such as Memtest86. http://gbcmedina.com/bsod-while/bsod-while-surfing-the-web-or-leaving-it-idle.php On a freshly booted system, try running continuous benchmarks from a benchmarking suite such as Sandra Lite and see whether any test in particular triggers the BSOD.
If it fails the second test the HDD is on it's way to Silicon Heaven but if it passes the second test the M'Board, Data lead/Connector or Power Supply in the After you run chkdsk, do a virus scan with a good AV program (like Antivir) and do a malware scan with something like Spybot S&D. It's possible the problem occurs when the computer tries to change power states.
Reply With Quote 03-28-11,11:49 PM #10 big_mike View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jan 2009 Location Gurnee, IL Memtest returned no errors... aircooler solved 0x3b Bluescreen- Can't fix in safe mode solved lost my motherboard dvd, and have to update drivers for my motherboard because of bluescreen issuses solved Bluescreen after cpu overclocking Updated ALL drivers from mobo website. No viruses or malware detected.
By Klapoder · 5 years ago My computer is crashing several times a day. Windows 7 Pro 64, 8gb ram, SSD 64gb, AMD x6 1100T All drivers are updated to the lastest version. These drives are no older than 2 years and already starting to give problems If I have to get a new hard drive I am thinking of getting 2 500gb and http://gbcmedina.com/bsod-while/bsod-while-computer-was-idle-error-0x8000000000000002.php Many random and different BSODs.
hardware. PS: I tried to generate a system health report, but i keep getting this error -> "An error occured while attempting to generate the report. * The wait for the report I am currently using the Mac OSX partition as the Windows partition will crash after about 10mins. One is that when I wake it up from idle/sleep, it will already have the BSOD.
Ran IBT and passed, then BSoD while on facebook.Temperatures are 12C idle 50C for IBT per coretemp.