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Multiple BSOD erros. Random times.

  1. #21


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    I didn't attach the BSOD dump files after the the new keyboard/mouse. Will do so if you want.

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  2. #22


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    Ok, yes, sure.

    If all drivers are seen as clean and none suspicious, it's time to look at CPU-Z to compare the memory tab to the spd tab. Please attach one screenshot of the Memory tab and one screenshot each of the SPD tab for each stick of RAM you have. (Change slot #, top left, for each.)
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  3. #23


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    Here you go:
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  4. #24


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    Your memory is underclocked, and perhaps set incorrectly in other ways.

    Go into the bios settings, and see if you can set the RAM to run at 800 MHz instead of 776.

    Set the timings to be 9-9-9-23 with 2T command rate - as opposed to not how it is at 11-11-11-28 with 2T.

    --Alternatively--

    Set Optimized Defaults in the bios and save - see if that sets the memory as I said or at least something different you can tell me about.

    You might even update the bios to latest, for good measure, before doing either of the above.
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  5. #25


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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Your memory is underclocked, and perhaps set incorrectly in other ways.

    Go into the bios settings, and see if you can set the RAM to run at 800 MHz instead of 776.

    Set the timings to be 9-9-9-23 with 2T command rate - as opposed to not how it is at 11-11-11-28 with 2T.

    --Alternatively--

    Set Optimized Defaults in the bios and save - see if that sets the memory as I said or at least something different you can tell me about.

    You might even update the bios to latest, for good measure, before doing either of the above.

    I tried changing it but it just stayed the same. For example it would be 11-11-11-28 but beside it would be 9-9-9-23(as I entered). Also setting it to defaults did not change anything.
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  6. #26


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    I would check on the motherboard manual, since it would be the best resource on how to make bios adjustments well.

    You might have to set the bios to manual, somewhere above where you enter the numbers, or something like that.

    Also, if the bios asked for a password and you did not enter one, or it was wrong, you might not have access to change anything.
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  7. #27


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    Ill get to that if I can. In the meantime, see anything new?
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  8. #28


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    Im about to rip my hair out. This is the most frustrating thing.
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  9. #29


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnAbyss View Post
    Im about to rip my hair out. This is the most frustrating thing.
    heh heh I just had a power out in my neighborhood, and my message didn't get through because of it (complete with fire engine noises and all lol). So, I try again.

    We've all been there and done that with things like this, and I assure you that participating in this thread is a great choice on your behalf.

    2 things.

    Razer device drivers are quite notorious, regardless of date or version.

    I would physically detach the Razer, attach some generic device to replace it (for now only, just to test!) and reboot.

    The other thing is, how did you get on with bios changes? Anything to report?
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  10. #30


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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnAbyss View Post
    Im about to rip my hair out. This is the most frustrating thing.
    heh heh I just had a power out in my neighborhood, and my message didn't get through because of it (complete with fire engine noises and all lol). So, I try again.

    We've all been there and done that with things like this, and I assure you that participating in this thread is a great choice on your behalf.

    2 things.

    Razer device drivers are quite notorious, regardless of date or version.

    I would physically detach the Razer, attach some generic device to replace it (for now only, just to test!) and reboot.

    The other thing is, how did you get on with bios changes? Anything to report?
    I detached all razer devices. Nothing to report on the BIOS yet. Will be working on that extensively soon. Just got another BSOD. This one was kinda weird. My computer was sitting idle for about 45-50 minutes. Then as soon as I touched the mouse to move it BSOD. Im not sure if that is relevant but thought Id tell you. Heres the dump.

    EDIT: I edited the first sentence. Forgot to mention I detached all Razer devices. The BSOD was after they were disconnected.
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