BSOD On Fresh Windows8 Install
Restart Windows and Run sfc again" There thing is I don't even have Windows nor can i finish installation of it. I cannot connect to internet or anything. 23 answers Last reply Jan 7, 2014 Best Answer Jan 5, 2014 More about fresh install windows bsod types occurs frequently johnblJan 4, 2014, Can you use the Catapult Spell with Ammunition and Weapons? Thanks.Click to expand... navigate here
I have posted all the things using w7f as requested, and also the html from RAMMon in the first post, the only thing I forgot to do is the CPU-Z screenshots: I have attached the dump ! SYSTEM_PTE_MISUSE (da) This indicates that a page table entry (PTE) routine has been used in an improper way. Beware, go to Device Manager then to the properties of the WiFi card, then under Driver - 'Update Driver', then 'Browse my computer for driver software', then the bottom option 'Let http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2135952/windows-oem-clean-install-bsod-looping.html
I then changed boot order to my SSD and it worked, booted and continue installation, so windows 8.1 was installaed so first thing i went to do is plug in my Although the gigabyte motherboard has no problems when I use it with Windows 7. Once again I apologise for not being able to help you further but would dearly love to know what the hell is causing that issue. Will come with an update later on ! #3 Robert Mauro, Nov 16, 2013 Last edited: Nov 16, 2013 kemical Windows Forum Admin Staff Member Premium Supporter Microsoft MVPJoined:Aug 28, 2007Messages:32,349Likes
If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Eventually after about 30 tries and playing around with UEFI Bot options, I got the WIndows to install but its extremely unstable, giving me BSOD on something as simple as pressing Even tried GPU stress test. johnblJan 5, 2014, 10:40 PM I would go back and check my RAM settings, and make sure they were not overclocked and have the correct voltage.
And Win8.1 is somewhat not too great on its own either. asked 3 years ago viewed 4243 times active 3 years ago Upcoming Events 2017 Community Moderator Election ends in 5 days Blog Podcast #105: The Wait is Over! It will work around various issues for bugs in the CPU and on the motherboard. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2407436/installing-windows-x64-bsod-stating-irql-equal.html Thanks. #9 kemical, Nov 17, 2013 Robert Mauro New MemberJoined:Nov 16, 2013Messages:17Likes Received:0 kemical said: ↑Unfortunately I need more information on which driver is causing the bsod.
This seems to occur since the A05 bios update, in the past if BSOD occurred, power-off and power-on would have been enough to get the nvidia card back up. I've tried two images (RTM and now the release version from today) with no luck. Although the gigabyte motherboard has no problems when I use it with Windows 7. Reboots by itself, and when it comes back to life it looks like everything is fine, up until the windows logo flashes and the wheel starts spinning a second time, then
Also I'm not booting from USB drive, I bought the disk from DirectCanada, the disk is genuine and the key is at the back. Two most common BSODs I encounter are CACHE_MANAGER and NTFS_FILE_ERROR. This one said hardware was at fault after running the debugger. Do I need to format my drive, is my MOBO bad and not compatible (even though it says its made for Windows 8 on the box), is it my RAM?
I have also uploaded the CPU-Z html output and also a new dmp file, I will remove all the dmp files and proceed with verifier. check over here What happens if a student fails an O.W.L.? And they're always different ones. Did you ever come to a solution?
Certainly you'll get the best out of your SSD in AHCI mode, but wouldn't have expected BSODs otherwise, I've installed SSDs in quite a few machines where AHCI just wasn't available, Attached Files: dmp and cpuz.zipFile size:32.9 KBViews:100#10 Robert Mauro, Nov 17, 2013 Last edited: Nov 17, 2013 Robert Mauro New MemberJoined:Nov 16, 2013Messages:17Likes Received:0 First BSOD dmp using verifier is attached Installed both updates, the optional one for the mSATA drive and the A05 bios update. his comment is here Attached Files: 111813-7156-01.dmpFile size:275.8 KBViews:143 111813-7125-01.dmpFile size:275.8 KBViews:148#19 Robert Mauro, Nov 17, 2013 Last edited: Nov 17, 2013 kemical Windows Forum Admin Staff Member Premium Supporter Microsoft MVPJoined:Aug 28, 2007Messages:32,349Likes Received:1,624
All in all, it seems that either updating BIOS and/or changing to SATA 5-6 solved the extreme instability but Im afraid to say yet. When I add new ones, I move the previous ones to the folder but it may not have updated yet. It doesn't matter what I'm doing or the length of time.
Personally I'd have sent it back and got Dell to send one that works.
Did all the hardware tests using MemTest86, integrated hardware diagnostics for hdd, ram, video cards, cpu. Regards, Patrick Reply With Quote 03-16-2014,11:15 PM #8 Thunderproof View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Mar 2014 Posts11 re: Frequent BSOD despite reinstalling Installed chipset : rebooted Installed: RST drivers rebooted Installed Wifi + bluetooth drivers rebooted Installed Intel Video Card rebooted > BSOD The BSOD occurred prior to showing the windows 8 start Right away this is 99.9% a hardware error, just by looking at what we have here.
The GA release and the RTM build is actually the same thing –Ramhound Oct 18 '13 at 0:18 You can boot an install DVD in safe mode? Ultimately I was too impatient to want to test each stick so thoroughly but I knew it was most likely the RAM. The main difference between Windows and Ubuntu is the way Memory is managed.but I wouldn't expect that to affect transfer of data in a hardware sense. http://evendirectory.com/bsod-on/bsod-on-windows-8-fresh-install.html Everything seems stable and working well!
I had the problem when using chkdsk /r, it used to freeze at 27%, tried that also right now, everything went smooth, no delays, no errors. The motherboard beep test speaker beeps everytime I restart which apparently means MOBO is working. WallyZJun 20, 2014, 9:43 AM Well my new memory arrived. Ask a new question Read More NTFS_FILE_ERROR Hard Drives CACHE_MANAGER Fresh Install Windows 8 SSD Blue Screen Related Resources Constant BSODs on fresh installs for Windows Vista, 7 and 8.1 -
This time, I didnt get stuck on a blank deep blue screen when windwos needed to restart, it actually restarted, but then because my 1st boot drive was my optical it Updating the BIOS fixed this issue. –NaOH Oct 18 '13 at 4:32 | show 1 more comment 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote accepted try to Clear the CMOS so we're 100% sure there's no improper BIOS setting(s), such as a DRAM timer being incorrect, or unstable. 2. Windows Forum Home Windows 8 Forums > Windows 8 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) >
Regards, Patrick Reply With Quote 03-20-2014,07:56 PM #18 Thunderproof View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Mar 2014 Posts11 re: Frequent BSOD despite reinstalling John, how do I know if my hardware monitor in BIOS "look ok"? Regards, Patrick Reply With Quote 03-17-2014,07:43 PM #16 Thunderproof View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Mar 2014 Posts11 re: Frequent BSOD despite reinstalling Changing color between polygon gaps (QGIS 2.18.3) [SOLVED!] Relational override symbol SQL Server 2012 : get difference between two times Interview rescheduled by employer two hours before the meeting Does it
Uninstall your video card drivers, and then physically remove your video card. UPDATE: 2 hours no BSOD so far... All I'm seeing is that a system driver caused the exception or bsod so we need to dig deeper hence the verifier. then I would look for and install updated usb drivers for your board and for your usb wireless card before I attempted to use the usb wireless. ( just a guess
If not, you may try safe mode as described by soewhaty. dodger46May 10, 2014, 6:39 AM WallyZ said: Eureka! dodger46Jun 21, 2014, 7:36 AM Probably not going to find the problem without swapping out the Mobo and the CPU which is impractical. I would also try safe mode a blank blue screen indicates a driver problem.
I keep getting BSOD everytime.