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Monitor(s) Displays Asus VG278H 3D Screen Resolution 1080P Keyboard Wirelss Logitech. Reply With Quote 06-06-2011,01:06 AM #3 awkward_ghost View Profile View Forum Posts Obscure Node Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 0 Hi, thanks for replying. Posted 3 days ago 10. *awkward_ghost* Hello again, I've only just had the chance to test out a game following demoving the AMD/ATi High Definition Audio Device, and unfortunately it hasn't I still haven't found a fix.8-16 - same as 8-12, but the Gateway logo flashed first, then everything went dark and quiet.8-17 - stop: 0x00000024 (0x001902fe, 0xba50b048, 0xba50ad44, 0x8051b481) I really this contact form

I guess the 0704 BIOS cured it for me. If at some point that fails, I will go with re-flash procedure suggested by Chino. Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Sager NP9170 OS Windows 8 64bit CPU i7 2.7ghz Ivy Bridge Motherboard Clevo P170EM Memory 16gb G.Skill DDR3 Graphics Card GeForce GTX 675MX Hard Drives When I first built my system I'd get all sorts of ridiculous (and seemingly random) BSODs and this solved the problem. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/312701-bsod-0xf4-during-cold-boot.html

Problem is, so did my friend the OP a few days ago, until he booted it up the next morning and it was bad. Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are When the slow ROG logo appears, the debug code is AE. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.

It is also a good idea to boot to the Recovery Console and run Chkdsk /f /r to detect and resolve any file system structural corruption. Do you think I should go for the latest beta BIOS (F20e) or just the F19e version as this is the one the specifies it fixes secure boot? PS: I am aware that my sound card driver is outdated, but I have no choice to use it. I've seen similar weird stuff like that, & it generally does turn out to be bad RAM... #15 n7, Jan 9, 2010 BTRY B 529th FA BN Lifer Joined: Nov

But I'll check it then. Then I decided to do a fresh install of Win8 Pro x64 in regular BIOS mode and not UEFI this time as it was installed before. Obviously i have tried loading the xmp profiles and manually entering the timings. https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/forums/showthread.php?125-BSODs-that-only-happen-soon-after-booting-PC-but-disappear-after-reboot to the RAM) better when it's hot.

I already checked my RAM, already did multiple "SFC /scannow" and already ran chkdsk. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > mgagnier Junior Member Joined: Jan 5, 2010 Messages: 13 Likes Received: 0 Hello All, I recently bought a new Mobo/Cpu/Ram. Now I noticed that every single driver is getting blamed on boot, so maybe I'm not supposed to run it with all the options ticked after all. Time to try a new motherboard? #6 VivienM, Jan 8, 2010 BTRY B 529th FA BN Lifer Joined: Nov 26, 2005 Messages: 14,225 Likes Received: 5 Ok, you need to

Even if you are, you need to get the proper realtek driver after removing the ATi one. I have uninstalled Deamon Tools. It was blamed once by verifier, as was every other driver on my machine, when I used the incorrect settings. I had it under pressure for like 4-5 hours with Crysis and FarCry 3, the temps monitored never got higher than 70C (the case is well ventilated).

Whe I changed the DVI output it cured my problem. weblink It doesn't give any useful information beyond the error itself : KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR. Case Zalman Z11 Pro Cooling Zalman CPX14 ? MS Windows 8.1 Pro should have a preventative measure to STOP THE BSoD BEFORE IT HAPPENS.

For it follow these links:Symantec's info on the Rustock RootkitSymantec's Cleanup Instructions...stop: 0x00000050 is most often a RAM problem (note how all three could be RAM and consider testing with memtest86 A little background on the system - was running fine before on Windows 7 without a single BSOD (hence I'm thinking its not a hardware problem) and it all started after A while back, I happened to help somebody in this forum with the exact symptom. http://evendirectory.com/bsod-at/bsod-at-boot-error-0x0000012a-cant-boot-into-windows-8-1.html When I booted up it would often BSOD, then a reboot or two would fix it.

When starting up my system after it's been off for a few hours I get a BSOD 9 out of 10 times. Mobo bios makers will not go through the tedious work of making pre-configs for every ram kit out there so they'll follow the norms, or a set of guidlines like for After restarting, it works fine.

With much difficulty (mucking around with symbols and paths!) I was able to run WinDbg and open the crash dump but the output doesn't help at all.

despite hearing it from me for years ): never buy any kind of RAM with heatspreaders. McAfee stripped off, Win Defender only. You re-seat the SATA and power cables. Its like they code to smack each other in the face, but hit the customer.

Since you OC'ed, try to give the RAM a little bit more juice by increasing the RAM voltage to see if it works. The OS may be corrupted, but there is still a hardware error. Apply them in the other unused ports on the motherboard. his comment is here apologies about the snarkiness earlier, that detail did indeed get lost in the switchover.

Then it would not recognize raid or ctrl+i, so i cleared the cmos again. Thanks for any ideas. I just followed the instructions for CHKDSK/F, which ran on restart. It even seems they are so fast, that I cannot enter the BIOS with DEL key.