BSOD While Installing Vista X64
I get "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" and "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA." These errors usually pop up when it is in the "expanding files" part of this Vista installation. Tried the method of removing pieces and so far I'm still not getting a response to my moniter. Honestly, this is a very difficult error to work with because as it says a clear diagnosis rarely comes forth and I have never seen a minidump with either error codes any ideas? #6 meltdown.bc.ca, Jun 14, 2009 scotthamilton77 New MemberJoined:Jul 3, 2009Messages:4Likes Received:0 I, Too, Have this Problem Trying to install 64 bit W7 RC release from a DVD-RW. weblink
lcrakelOct 8, 2008, 11:56 AM I tried memory that I know for sure works and is on the QVL for the motherboard. BSOD during install solved Windows BSOD'd me during install solved gpu overheating during clean install, causing BSOD BSOD during install/uninstall of AMD Crimson 16.5.3 display driver, even w/ DDU in safe install with 2GB?Do you have the most up to date Bios for your board?? (Meaning obtained directly from the maker - Not the one on the disc that came in the Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's https://www.vistax64.com/crashes-debugging/252590-blue-screen-error-while-installing-vista.html
Please try the request again. That's why people haven't been immediately trying USB sticks. (One more thing. The only other thing I haven't tried is to swap the video card with a know working one.
if so, and especially if they have built systems, have them check your cables, monitor, and connections. Any one have any suggestions?UPDATE: I tried installing XP. I know I'm quite late with this fix, but I just found out that a BSD with the message that reads " Page fault in nonpaged area" is a memory problem. I am getting two different errors too.
For some reason the DVD drive on the JMicron sata controller was not working, at least during the install. It wasn't working prior to me opening up my rig. davidm671Aug 22, 2009, 12:56 AM My board, the Abit IN932X, will give me the same exact Vista BSOD error message on first boot. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/237736-44-bsod-vista-install Was working fine for the past year or so with a few random bsods here and there.
AMD or Intel? Your error is 0x124: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR and is described as "A fatal hardware error has occurred." This error code and definition has replaced the older XP code 0x9C: MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION and though it Mar 30, 2011 #23 mglass2k9 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19 Yup. Minidumps simply cite hardware as the issue and nothing more definitive.
Do they cite any drivers, etc.? http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bsod-when-trying-to-install-vista-64-bit.163095/ No, create an account now. I'm thinking I might have to buy a new hd. I pulled on of my 2 memory modules out, no dice.
Any help is appriciated no matter how long it takes. have a peek at these guys The make should be on it. Just reseat or add and subtract if you have extra memory and it goes away and you will be able to install normally. I pulled on of my 2 memory modules out, no dice.
My moniter still isnt registering. Mar 28, 2011 #16 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 Okay, here is what we need: 1. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? check over here scotthamilton77 said: ↑Follow-up from my last post.
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ScotteqOct 7, 2008, 9:07 PM If you're running into issues on install, first you want to strip down to the bare necessities to eliminate as much as you can - PSU,
All the systems where having xp as the default OS. You have to memtest for 8 passes or more:http://www.memtest.org/#downiso Related Resources Motherboard Problem? Looks like I'm digging myse deeper and deeper. Good luck!Click to expand... #9 aldenzhou, Aug 8, 2009 freespeech New MemberJoined:Aug 7, 2009Messages:22Likes Received:2 does boot from a SATA DVD generally help?
Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Mar 30, 2011 #24 mglass2k9 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 19 Well it wasnt the cables, as far as I know. If it runs and no system shutdown occurs then shut down again and add one piece of hardware. this content Already have an account?
We'll se what happens with the replacement. However I won't have access to it until later. Can't really afford to buy new parts or a new pc. At this point I can't really tell if I accidentally unplugged something or not.
P #18 freespeech, Aug 14, 2009 pquinn34 New MemberJoined:Jan 25, 2009Messages:22Likes Received:0 Blue screen and memory Other than what I have already said, at this time I have no further avenues What makes it so difficult is that it can be any hardware in your system -- and I mean any. Login now. Swapped one for the other in the same slot (dimm slot 0) no dice.
OS sees 6 gigs. I donÃ‚Â´w know why becuase I just finished to install on my other laptop with the same DVD. The G. This machine is pretty dusty.
There's 3 slots total on my HD, and now one of them has a bent pin. Spec wise for me its OS:vista64 Gpu:msi 460gtx Power supply:corsair TX650w Mobo:MSI(not sure of the model make) Ram 2xkingston ddrII 2gig sticks Cpu:intel core 2 quad Mar 28, 2011 #18 Swapped one for the other in the same slot (dimm slot 0) no dice. BSOD during vista install BSOD during XP/Vista install on Intel D975XBX2 (RESOLVED!) BSOD when installing Vista 64Bit or Win 7 RC solved BSOD during clean install of Windows 10 solved Can't
Agai: Short Bursts. * See if it boots up. For some reason the DVD drive on the JMicron sata controller was not working, at least during the install. After about 10 times it'll have payed itself back. Since this machine was prebuilt.