Blue screen error
Posted 22 February 2012 - 12:59 PM
Posted 22 February 2012 - 03:29 PM
Posted 22 February 2012 - 04:17 PM
Now my gut feeling is the power supply, if you try the memtest and thats ok try the sticks of mem one stick at a time run for a day just the one stick in the first slot process of elimination im afraid... if you can watch your cpu temps do that you may have dried heat paste that is causing temp spikes also when it reboots see what windows says if it says windows had to shut down to protect its self then it is usualy because of a software prob driver or kernel ect...or overclock faulty mem...even if you have a 2000 watt power supply if one of the rails is faulty it will fail if you are using power adapters for graphics card borrowed from molex connectors that rail may struggle to supply the power needed, if you have a spare graphics card run it for a day or so eliminate the possibility of the card or power failure to the card hd drive is a possibilty but other symtoms you have discribed in your other post make me doubt it allyou can do is try another hd drive also make sure your satta cables or in good order swap it with the dvd satta cable if you dont have a spare, if all the components checkout ok then your onto the motherboard and thats where you could be getting a new one if its that...
hope this long poorly spelt post is of help
Posted 22 February 2012 - 11:06 PM
As other ppl said above, there are hundreds of reasons. I agree with Snotts. I can be a power related problem, even with fully functional PSU.
There's infinite amount of reasons why you got BSoD. It can be anything, but to find out, you have to exclude each one manually. I personally recon, that this is a matter of bad improper software, or drivers. Or the OS itself Â is so dirty, that registry simply falls apart. It can be also a problem of any piece of hardware. some components may begin malfunction. But n any case you have to find out the actual number of an error which caused a BSoD. You can write a number, when the system will boo up, and in the pop-up window of actual trouble, will be an actual number of problem. Get it, for us to become lost in conjectures.
The stuttering can be caused by huge amount of things. It can be simple overheating. The thermal paste became dry, dust filled the radiator, or grills of intake holes of case, fans stopped to work. It can be caused by insufficient power, or dying PSU. By simple IRQ address incompatibility, which will cause big amount of interruptions. Can be bad software, or processes on the background, that hanging the system completely. Bad drivers, dirty registry.
I once had a problem. I was playing GRAW and other games, or even simply during PC the idling. The application began to stutter, and lag heavily, sound was off completely, and kinda strong constant high pitch signal been drilling my eardrums, and eventually it lead to BSoD. I was thinking what it could be. But it turned out that my sound card was incompatible with my MB. But the weirdest thing was that a half-year before, it has been all perfect. I've changed MB and never ever had that problem. Also, I had BSoDs, and system told me it was a faulty video driver error, but in real it was caused by damaged OpenAL library.
There are numerous variants of what it can be, but I think, the simple reinstall of OS, with formating C:\, should do a job. However it is just a guess. First of all you need to get a code of a problem, and check all the temps of all the HW. Check the free space of your HDDs/SSDs, because it can also stutter. Any application which hung because of insufficient performance of CPU, will cause a BSoD. You also have to check all cables and connectors. Maybe even clean the contacts of RAM and VGA with an erasing rubber. switch RAM sticks, and check it with GoldMem test or any other one.
In any case- good luck, and take care.
Posted 23 February 2012 - 09:38 AM
@Cross this is the one I was having problems with before I even sent it back to you but you fixed the overheating problem but its doing it again.
I don't think its the OS, windows 7 is working perfectly on both systems I have it on I think its a hardware problem either the motherboard or the Ram I just don't know which one or both.
@Snotts thanks a lot buddy I'm just hoping the motherboard can be replaced and that'll fix everything because even with everything you guys have mentioned I still don't know what to do... :o?
Posted 23 February 2012 - 02:48 PM
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