BSOD When First Boot Up Of The Day
It could have gone minutes, hours, or even days, but it was inevitable. That black thing that goes over the socket? Login now. I've made a boot USB and had a look, but I'm not sure exactly which test I should be running, especially since my system drive is an SSD. this contact form
Definitely, neither would cause this crash. Don't know about multi-monitor configurations; 12) If any piece of software/game is causing TDRs and/or dropping to desktop, see for any updates from the manufacturer of the game, and/or forum people So is there any ideas of what could I still try, or what is the most likely reason for this problem? There are times that the BSOD's will point out the exact problem - but we don't get that lucky very often! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/260823-31-bsod-time-boot
Edited by Anshad Edavana, 10 November 2013 - 08:29 AM. When I did that, I installed VIA Audio drivers; I think the system builder had installed Realtek. Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Best Tech Reviews Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Latest Deals By the way, the problem getting into my BIOS was caused by my usb joystick.
And another 0x4E error that specifically cited memory corruption. Log in or Sign up Windows 7 Forums Forums > Windows 7 Forums > Crashes, BSODs and Debugging > Windows 7 BSOD on First Boot Up Discussion in 'Crashes, BSODs and I now get the Windows logo instead of the ROG; my PC has the same components as before so nothing has changed, other than the fact that Windows is no longer http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ..._re=f3-12800cl7d-4gbpi-_-20-231-177-_-Product So I get errors when I run memtest on that one particular stick of RAM, and none with the other.
Keep all communication public, on the subreddit. Here's the latest minidump and DXDiag. Or has the damage already been doneYes I do have them all of them on Separate Partitions on my 160 GB. http://superuser.com/questions/175788/why-do-i-always-have-major-memory-errors-on-the-first-boot-up-of-the-day I ran Memtest86+ and both 4GB Crucial 1600MHz sticks tested without errors.
Sorry, I should have said minidumps and not BSODs because minidump files are written because of BSODs. according to the core problem does this mean I am out of luck and need a new chip? Despite that, I am unable to boot into the flash drive with MemTest86+ on it without first unplugging the hdd. Feb 22, 2010 #20 jat0rz TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 25 Attached is a zip folder containing the only 3 files that were in the minidump folder.
Thanks for the help. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bsod-after-first-time-boot-up-please-help.143286/ Now you're saying that the VIA driver still needs to be updated? Thanks for the info. Browse other questions tagged memory or ask your own question.
I didn't mess with anything in the BIOS that had to do with Memory. http://mysqlzine.net/bsod-when/bsod-when-i-play-mabinogi.html Hopefully I can get some results. How can I find out what voltage it is currently running at? Attached Files: 091810-17487-01.zip File size: 34.6 KB Views: 131 DxDiag.txt File size: 34.4 KB Views: 208 Last edited: Sep 18, 2010 Rolovis, Sep 18, 2010 #12 TorrentG Joined: Nov 30, 2009
I have to hold the power button and force it to shutdown (if it restarts on its own, it crashes again sometimes), then turn it back on, and it runs fine, Just a cheap one nothing fancyhttp://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=149&l3=639&l4=0&model=2252&modelmenu=1Do you think if I removed Win 7 it might fix the problem? Thanks for looking into this problem for me, I'm at a loss. navigate here Attached Files: 091710-21325-01.zip File size: 31.7 KB Views: 171 DxDiag.txt File size: 34.4 KB Views: 251 Rolovis, Sep 18, 2010 #10 TorrentG Joined: Nov 30, 2009 Messages: 1,752 Likes Received: 396
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Later on a Windows Update may start calling the faulty area and that can result in a problem.
ProximonFeb 3, 2009, 1:44 AM What motherboard do you have?It's pretty hard to predict what is going on when you have an early-release beta OS running on your system. So I went directly to VIA's site (which I should've done in the first place) and downloaded the latest version. It is merely a summary of a couple of days reading. FOOEY!
At least at that point we'd know if it was RAM or mobo. First boot-up -> mem errors, bsod, crashes -> Second boot-up -> everything works fine. What do you think? his comment is here I actually still haven't had a chance to test the mobo with different memory brand, but hopefully it will happen soon. –sdb Dec 11 '10 at 10:23 add a comment| 2
Feb 21, 2010 #18 Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966 +70 jat0rz said: ↑ Ok I am going to contact newegg and see what they can do. Gongoozler 17:06 08 Jan 07 The main difference between the first boot of the day and subsequent boots is, as you surmise, that after the first boot the computer parts have This kind of errors are less likely to be detected in Memtest86+ and that is why i didn't recommended it in the first place. As soon as I restarted, it was running perfect.
Back to top Back to Internal Hardware 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Hardware → Internal Hardware I checked the specs on your RAM and the voltage is 1.9 and your motherboard's default RAM voltage is 1.5. Could be related to the MEMEMORY_MANAGMENT or might not be. Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page...
This morning's BSOD was the first since 7/7. Feb 20, 2010 #8 jat0rz TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 25 Thanks Capacity 4GB (2 x 2GB) Speed DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Cas Latency 7 Timing 7-7-7-24 Voltage 1.6V ECC No If you can't find sptd.sys that's good enough for now. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers.
Here are the pastes from that log: (I can't post links and for some reason this forum thinks the copy paste of the event log is a copied link.) This stuff Memtest shows no errors, and I can keep the computer up for days and run any stress test and there's nothing wrong. Live Chat The live chat is transitioning to freenode and can be accessed here! I saw the word CORRUPT which is something I hadn't seen before.
Wandering again through several forums I found this thread on EVGA pointing to some incompatibility of the early 690s with several boards: http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1748031&high=gtx+690+firmware The guy from the thread was very nice 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). I have attached this morning's BSOD minidump. Then the next morning the same thing always repeats.
If it doesn't work, I'll guess I'll have to assume that the motherboard is flawed, and see if the warranty would cover it. –sdb Aug 14 '10 at 16:53 Thanks Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Even though the RAM appears to wok now, i would recommend cleaning it. Caution :Touch your fingers in an unpainted metal part of something big to discharge static For the guys with cold/first boot issues, freezing logos, very slow refresh in BIOS, video stuttering and TDRs that fix after smashing reset button or CMOS clear, but again suffering next