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Edit: Now could it be that I have DirectX11 installed, and my nVidia card only supports Direct X 10? I had this issue with only one gtx 690 where the Nvidia control panel showed the monitor attached to GPU 2 and it went in black screen sometimes. Last night, I tried re-updating my Chipset and that didn't work. I'm unable to do that now because today's BSOD has already happened and I already restarted my computer without making a picture. check my blog

Despite that, I am unable to boot into the flash drive with MemTest86+ on it without first unplugging the hdd. no issues whatsoever. Was the Order of Merlin a force like the Order of the Phoenix? Feb 20, 2010 #7 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 Voltage according to your last post's info is 1.5.

When I reboot immediately after a crash, or I restart the computer but leave it running, it works just fine. Here's what I've tried so far: Loads of different BIOS settings, also with the help of support person from the memory manufacturer Mushkin. WolfshadwFeb 6, 2009, 2:45 AM Not sure if it's at all related, but I had (have) an issue where if I power up my gaming system for the first time (see Prior to installing it I was also trying to obtain it from ASUS, submitting ticket, but they only suggested rma, or testing components in different PC ....

Then it would not recognize raid or ctrl+i, so i cleared the cmos again. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. After that it runs just fine. After solving your problem, please mark it as solved by clicking 'flair' and confirming the 'solved' tag.

I would suggest you to also stress test your CPU with Prime95. Keep all communication public, on the subreddit. Previously used Evga Gtx 660Ti for about 5-6 months with this rig, and not a single problem. This usually works better, the first boot shows less errors and comp is usually stable.

TorrentG, Sep 18, 2010 #11 Rolovis Joined: Sep 16, 2010 Messages: 12 Likes Received: 0 Ok so I booted up this morning and got a BSOD...but the file was different. Any successful solution is usually just a case of trial and error. Is your motherboard's BIOS is up-to-date ? Good choice checking the RAM first as that's usually what causes this, but next step is check the harddrive.

CatsrulesFeb 4, 2009, 5:52 AM I tried to repair but it said the recovery Console was incompatible with the OS I was using. If you would like to be considered for trusted flair, please fill out the /r/techsupport trusted status application at http://goo.gl/forms/Od6G6KFxJj . Does your RAM's settings/voltage in BIOS is set exactly as the RAM's specs told so. And what is a cap?

Two calls and two different Gigabyte tech support agents later and nothing has changed other than I cleared the CMOS cache and upgraded the BIOS to the current version. click site The System info says it can't detect any anti-virus. Aug 5, 2011 #6 Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 5,682 +86 As said run memtest for 10-12 passes. I turned AI Overclock Tuner to [Manual] from [Auto] and DRAM Timing/Driving Config showed up.

BSOD Help and Support BSOD system won't boot, error 0x0000007e cannot boot to safemodeHello, I have been looking through this site for the last couple of days. BSOD every time I try to boot up Left 4 Dead 2 solved BSOD every day...randome error every time ! Feb 21, 2010 #17 jat0rz TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 25 Ok I am going to contact newegg and see what they can do. news All Rights Reserved.

Memtest shows no errors, and I can keep the computer up for days and run any stress test and there's nothing wrong. I will see if the problem pops up again and then do it. After reading the error logs I see the source says Disk.

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Just my .02 as this seems to be a rare occurrence and might help someone else with similar lock ups. FOOEY! Either i need to rma the motherboard, which i cant because i threw away the cap, or the bios is unstable. Win 7 and XP haven't ever done it.

After the reboot, I can game for hours without issue.Some testing on my part seems to point at my anti-virus (don't recall if it's Avast or AVG Free) program attempting an If I can do the overclock in BIOS then I am happy. Alright let me go ahead and get those minidumps uploaded. More about the author Why can't it detect my up-to-date Microsoft Security Essentials?

I then held the power button to force shut it down and then turned it back on. Even at full load it is going strong with no issues whatsoever; 8) Boot with minimal required hardware - MB, CPU, GPU, keyboard, mouse and HDD/SSD, if OK, add one-by-one other That black thing that goes over the socket? I have tried both psu's.