A couple months ago I put together a new computer with these specs:
- Asus M5A99FX Motherboard
- AMD FX-4300 3.8Ghz Quad Core CPU
- 8GB Corsair Dominator RAM
- Thermaltake TR2-600 PSU
- Asus Silent 210 Video Card
- Windows 8 Professional
- Western Digital 1TB Black Hard Drive
It seemed to work fine for the first month and then suddenly every day or two it would throw a BSOD and not always the same one. The various BSOD stop codes have been 0x00000139, 0x0000001a, 0x00000019, 0x00000001, 0x0000000a and as far as I can tell no one happens more than any other. Also not only BSOD's but I've seen a number of disk related errors as well:
A corruption was discovered in the file system structure on volume C:.
A corruption was discovered in the file system structure on volume Boot
The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Harddisk1\DR1
I believe that the BSOD's preceded the start of the disk related errors. Various things that I've tried to identify a hardware problem:
- Ran Seagate Seatools both short and long test and the hard drives passes both
- Ran Memtest86+ for a full day with no errors
- Updated the Catalyst chipset drivers from the version on the driver cd to the latest available from the AMD website
- Swapped the Thermaltake PSU for a Corsair PSU
I've put together four AMD based machines in the last four months with various Asus motherboards and mostly similar specs, the first three have Windows 7 Pro installed and work perfectly but this fourth one nothing I've done has made any difference and I can't find a hardware based problem although I suppose there's always a chance it's a bad CPU or motherboard. If that's the case how would I know that and which part it is?
As per the sticky I've attached the diagnostic information from the SF diagnostic tool, any idea's would be appreciated.