BSOD On "Cold Boot" New Build
alpaugh78 View Public Profile Find all posts by alpaugh78 Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear alpaugh78 View Public Profile Find all posts by alpaugh78 #15 09-30-2010, 05:16 PM alpaugh78 Registered User alpaugh78's PC Specs alpaugh78's PC Specs MotherboardGigabyte P55A-UD4P ProcessorIntel i7 860 Memorycmx4gx3m2a1600c9 Video LOL, that's funny, they hide the UEFI admission down in the bottom area on the page, not even mentioned in the top part. The overall operation when the whole ram cycle is included where I thought any tech or user can access or test at such lower levels w/o special tools. http://evendirectory.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-every-cold-boot.html
But new types of RAM are meant to lose voltage after only a couple seconds as a security measure.This might be related as if there is a fault in whatever component SCSI U320 Hard Drive # 2Seagate 15K Cheetah 147 gig. Well since you have Win7 this really isn't an issue anymore but here is WDAlign for x64: http://support.wdc.com/product/downloadsw.asp?sid=124 Oct 25, 2010 #6 TeluguKid TS Rookie Topic Starter PSU Readings Thank I have run tests over 16 hours with absolutely no errors shown.I have since reformatted my system due to corrupted system files, and have yet to receive a BSOD.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) How about trying Patriot ? TechSpot is a registered trademark. well, I shut down 3-4 times during the process of moving things around .. You should run hardware diagnostics supplied by the system manufacturer.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I can't guess why the PSU is suspect. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I am clearly grasping at straws) Regardless we are now both now in the same boat.
You don't seem to have other hardware that could be causing this... In the meantime process an RMA request. by VAPCMD / April 20, 2015 9:10 AM PDT In reply to: The timing and voltage Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Also by justin89h / April 20, 2015 Please make sure that you have not disabled it, since you are no longer protected by the Kaspersky Firewall.
This article caught my attention: http://support.kasperskyamericas.com/knowledge-base-article/3054 Well .. by VAPCMD / April 21, 2015 9:37 AM PDT In reply to: Also Nothing to lose by doing that.VAPCMD Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Answer maybe hyberfile problem downloading youtube videos locally etc). I have never done this, but it is a possible issue with your hard drive.
When i leave the system off for over 1 hour and then i try to boot it up it gets me a BSOD mostly memory management related, or Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error or Page_Fault_In_Non_Paged_Area. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/18673-bsod-cold-boot-after-bsod-works-fine-post181811.html Login now. Oct 25, 2010 #4 TeluguKid TS Rookie Topic Starter Thank you ViNCiLiCiouS, and B00kWyrm for your help. I don't have much indepth knowledge about how memory is controlled but is there a chance that due to power not completely draining out of the system, the motherboard or CPU
Then "windows explorer crashed". check over here MS is OK but I'd rather use the product that's been around for years and years and well tested.Have you CONTACTED the reseller or TECH SUPPORT for any of the products So i have built a new system and from the moment i pushed the start button it always had BSOD's. It has long been known that (though unusual) faulty memory sometimes may still pass Memtest.
It occurs on a full shutdown, I can even turn off the switch on the back of the power supply. After few re-boots, it was stable. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Community Ask a Question Today's Posts Brand new build - keeps crashing withBSOD ByTeluguKid · 12 replies Oct 25, 2010 Post New Reply Hi, I have his comment is here Code:
Oct 25, 2010 #1 TeluguKid TS Rookie Topic Starter Minidump I was able to login through safe mode and copy the minidump. The bios is set at all default settings. (UEFI)If I need to RMA the memory or the power supply, which I feel are the most likely suspects, I can. Double check and manually set your RAM voltage, timings.
I am assuming that your Win7 installation is NTFS.
I have used IBT, Prime95 and OCCT to stress my pc and it passes on every occasion. No, create an account now. The other places are the cpu and mtrbd. When I shutdown the system and start back on, that's when it gives me issues.
The issues still occurred with the memory. (Exact same process as before)At this stage its looking most likely to be the motherboard with a problem. PS: if you found errors on memtest the problem is definitely not the OS (I needed 2 months to find out the problem on my PC) Shacko91 View Public Profile Find Everything seems great once it gets warmed up, just that initial boot after its been off for awhile. http://evendirectory.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-cold-boot-every-morning-evening.html Which leads to my post.
BugCheck 24; (one time) - Usually is caused by faulty ram.