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Multiple BSOD erros. Random times.

  1. #31


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    Cool. Good info, thank you.

    Like I was saying, test (in the method I described above!) - without Razer.

    Then move on from there - if necessary.

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

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  2. #32


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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Cool. Good info, thank you.

    Like I was saying, test (in the method I described above!) - without Razer.

    Then move on from there - if necessary.

    "I would physically detach the Razer, attach some generic device to replace it (for now only, just to test!) and reboot."
    I did detach the razer devices and connected a wireless Microsoft mouse and a AZZA keyboard I got from an order awhile back. I didnt Reboot after that though so that could of been a problem. Should I reboot again even though the BSOD rebooted for me? I didnt physically remove the Razer drivers if that was necessary.
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    Good, good. Look in the normal Programs uninstall list. If it shows anything Razer, remove it.

    Keep us updated on any related events after.

    Reboot for good measure, after removal.
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  4. #34


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    Well I stepped away from pc for a little bit and I came back and I was at my Log in screen. I assumed I got a BSOD but there was no new mini dump file. Not sure what happened?
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  5. #35


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    Also, I just changed the settings in my BIOS to what you said.
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  6. #36


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnAbyss View Post
    Well I stepped away from pc for a little bit and I came back and I was at my Log in screen. I assumed I got a BSOD but there was no new mini dump file. Not sure what happened?
    Maybe the machine did not crash, but instead, it asked for a password because it was sleeping correctly and you're not acclimated to that.

    You can do two things.

    1) Set your power plan to not ask for passwords when coming out of sleep or hibernation.

    2) Use netplwiz to tell Windows not to ask for passwords.
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  7. #37


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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnAbyss View Post
    Well I stepped away from pc for a little bit and I came back and I was at my Log in screen. I assumed I got a BSOD but there was no new mini dump file. Not sure what happened?
    Maybe the machine did not crash, but instead, it asked for a password because it was sleeping correctly and you're not acclimated to that.
    I was only gone maybe 10 minutes. Also none of my windows that were open previously were open? Its probably nothing. Like I said I changed the memory settings in my BIOS. Will report back on further updates.
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  8. #38


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    Well, that didn't take long. Here is the most recent BSOD.
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  9. #39


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    Going by gut feeling, it still has to do with your RAM settings.

    In the name of good practice, try to update Logitech camera drivers:

    Code:
    lvrs64   lvrs64.sys   Mon Oct 22 22:11:24 2012 (5085FCCC)
    lvuvc64  lvuvc64.sys  Mon Oct 22 22:12:08 2012 (5085FCF8)
    Product Support & Software Downloads: Webcams - Logitech
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  10. #40


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    Could my RAM be faulty?
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