i am confused now...any help would be appreciated..please help me out.... I'm just glad now we know the cause of this! If this one still causes BSOD, go to the previous version. even if that does mean that I now have almost no working function keys. weblink
The real pain here is that since the issue takes so much (~24 hours on average?) time to reoccur, Newegg has been giving me serious issues with my returns, since they I was on the video game for 30 minutes, quit and waited ten minutes. hmscott11-13-2014, 06:23 AMHi everyone, received my G750 JM a week ago and like pretty much everybody else spend the last 7 days in total frustration. option - sequental test - so that each test is being run on each cpu core.
Anyway, still waiting on a fix from ASUS/Nvidia... Could be HDD related, since your RAM past. Unfortunately, the uploads that you did are just shortcuts to the actual files (and they don't work for me because the actual file isn't on my system). Arnas11-16-2014, 09:08 PMHi mates.
I'll give it a few days, if it doesn't BSOD I'll let you know, and if it does, I'll switch to the 332.60s and keep you all posted. after rebooting, klicking the same link in fb again succeeded with no BSOD. Compressed air is good for this purpose, but a vacuum cleaner may be healthier in the long run. How To Fix Blue Screen Windows 7 You can do whatever you want to.
But once it's free it may only take a little heat to cause it to bend and lose contact. I had to mess with it countless hours in order to get it working right. note: ive had the driver verifier select all installed drivers automatically, and not just non-microsoft ones, since quite often system kernel files such as win2k.sys are the ones mentioned in the Have you tried removing one of the video cards, and seeing if you can narrow it down to a specific card? –chris Dec 14 '10 at 17:47 1 Well, if
Recently after windows update I am getting BSOD randomly. Memtest86 Fortunately, there are some relatively simple things you can do to help diagnose the problem. 1: Try to reproduce the error The first thing I recommend doing is to try to Your PSU seems like a decent one, but they do go bad and it is worth swapping out and seeing if that fixes your issue. It acts as if the power switch was flicked.
Make sure all possible drivers are indeed current. This is unbelievable, all I can do at this point is shake my head. Bsod Different Message Every Time On another note. Bsod Error Codes I would still recommend testing by running tests w/ one module removed at a time - hove you tried this?
Re-install the nvidia driver. 4. http://invisibledetector.net/blue-screen/various-bsods.html Back to 332.60. Running Windows Update now. M4A87TD/USB3 (AM3) 42 °C Graphics LA2405 ([email protected]) AMD Radeon HD 6800 Series Hard Drives 313GB SAMSUNG SAMSUNG HD321KJ ATA Device (SATA) 35 °C 977GB Western Digital WDC WD10EALX-229BA0 ATA Device (SATA) Blue Screen Error Windows 8
A single damaged sector can cause the problems you are describing. Try replacing it with a higher power unit and see if things become more stable. I bought mine new about 2 weeks ago and have been getting this error message since i got it. http://invisibledetector.net/blue-screen/random-bsods-after-hardware-upgrade-and-fresh-windows-install.html Installed Nvidia System Tools, overclock settings don't appear to be working there either.
Searching the Web for the error message will help you determine some possible causes of the error. Memory Management Bsod I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. I (actually my girlfriend) was getting different BSOD messages all the time - sometimes it was memory management, other times some ATI driver file.
I have disabled the option to automatically restart at system failure but it still just restarts with no BSOD. im still getting BSODs; since the repaste job, only system service exception for atikmdag.sys, which were the majority of BSODs before the repasting. Virtual memory is @ 100% if i run a game at a different resolution than the desktop resolution! Windows 10 Blue Screen Of Death What you're looking for is: 1) the temperature to stabilize at a certain level (preferably less than 90ºC) - let us know what level they stabilize at. 2) the furry donut
Is that bad for the system? When I tested the one by one, tests ran fine. Though, uh... It's actually best to watch the temps whan running a highly intensive game (in order to stress the video).
Computer Specs Custom built... Going to temporarily remove MalwareBytes just on the off chance that its driver is somehow doing this, then I'm going to Asus official support, and if I can't get it solved if its the motherboard itself, ill probably have to live with it till fall. If it only show up with one OS, and not another, then it's most likely software. –chris Dec 12 '10 at 19:09 1 @chris: The problem has been around since
Does those lines and other screen problems are thing of the past? By that I mean your onboard sound, lan and pull out any usb items. My computer is quite new, and I need to find out if I have faulty hardware (and what it is) so I can get a replacement under warranty. 64bit Windows Home Are these temperature readings normal? –Scott Mitchell Dec 10 '10 at 18:05 2 @Scott Download 3dMark '06 & FurMark let it run for couple of hours.