If there is no sound/beep there, and the CPU and the SMPS fans are working fine, then reinstall your RAM. Worst case, just run the system on one stick of RAM and see if it crashes. XmsteelMar 13, 2012, 2:36 AM Neither program seemed to find any errors... Make sure they match up with what kind of RAM you bought. have a peek here
Could be a badly written device driver, but you wouldn't expect MS to certify them if they had these types of memory related problems.Especially since the exact cause of the BSOD Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert Let it run for a few hours to see if that stick fails, or you get a BSOD then it's likely that stick. Click Yes > then Copy to Clipboard.
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The best mode for troubleshooting any of this, is usually via the same method. If it's while gaming it could be a temp issue or a PSU issue.Click to expand... After a few quick tests, it truly could be just about anything (CMOS/BIOS, demon possession etc...) If you swap the board you may well save yourself a lot of pain and
Reboot for changes to take affect.Sometimes the driver remains and continues to cause BSOD's. Article How To Add, Change, & Delete Keys and Values in the Windows Registry Article Here's How to Access the Advanced Boot Options in Windows Get the Most From Your Tech pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 jawnTEM One Wild Crazy Mod-der! Memtest86 This is often related to new drivers getting installed or updated.
jawnTEM, Feb 12, 2014 pirateking97 Noob Joined: Oct 24, 2013 Messages: 390 Date Posted: Feb 12, 2014 #45 jawnTEM said: ↑ I need to go to bed now; but, I will Random Bsod Windows 7 BSOD Crashes and Debugging Rather rare and random 0xc000021a BSODsOnce in a while I get a 0xc000021a BSOD, which seem to be happening right after boot. jawnTEM, Feb 11, 2014 pirateking97 likes this. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/317473-random-bsod-windows-7-64bit.html My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit Timon View Public Profile Find More Posts by Timon 08 Jan 2014 #5 Timon Windows 7 Home Premium
- because sometimes I won't get a BSOD for weeks.
- To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Security and Maintenance control panel.
- An overclocked or misconfigured BIOS can cause all sorts of random issues, including BSODs.
- If you added more than one stick you should try each stick individually.
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- An overclocked or misconfigured BIOS can cause all sorts of random issues, including BSODs.Note: If you've made several customizations to your BIOS settings and don't wish to load the default ones
- You will need to find and replace the piece of hardware that is causing problems. 9 Replace faulty hardware.
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The downside, is that even after you replace all the components, you may still have your issue. http://docsintime.com/random-bsod/another-random-bsod.html In the setup menu, select Repair Installation. Thanks for posting those btw! I ran the memory diagnostics and there were no errors with that. Bsod Viewer
Press the components firmly into their connections. 3 Check your computer’s temperature. Now that we've got some of that out of the way, let's consider some of the other things that could be causing a "blue screen". This will require reinstalling Windows if the drive has your Windows installation on it. Check This Out Last edited: Feb 11, 2014 pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 Last edited by pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 Player177 Star Joined: Apr 9, 2004 Messages: 18,442 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #8 pirateking97
Uninstall the following: AMD OverDrive: C:\Programme\ATI Technologies\ATI.ACE\Fuel\amd64\AODDriver2.sys Update AMD Chipset Drivers. Ccleaner jawnTEM, Feb 11, 2014 pirateking97 Noob Joined: Oct 24, 2013 Messages: 390 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #27 jawnTEM said: ↑ Lol! It's not only for overclocking, it's to test system stability.
My guess was the power phases on the board were crapping out and not sending stable power to the CPU.
Thanks for the pics btw, as they are a big help. Error: (09/09/2015 05:05:36 AM) (Source: BugCheck) (User: ) Description: 0x00000019 (0x0000000000000003, 0xffffe00151640660, 0xfff7e00151640660, 0xffffe00151640660)C:\WINDOWS\MEMORY.DMP090915-11734-01 Error: (09/09/2015 05:05:34 AM) (Source: EventLog) (User: ) Description: The previous system shutdown at 4:25:55 AM on Here are the details for both: ================================================== Dump File : 020914-8455-01.dmp Crash Time : 9/02/2014 10:35:44 PM Bug Check String : MEMORY_MANAGEMENT Bug Check Code : 0x0000001a Parameter 1 : 00000000`00000031 Nvidia Thanks for all your help, jhayz!
If so you could try to remove the new ram, and see if you can open it. Windows XP users will already be in the Advanced System Settings. Last edited by FreakGene; 04 Sep 2014 at 01:22. this contact form but the directory isnt that simple in my one.
Check your motherboard manual to make sure the ram is installed in the correct slots.