Random BSOD During Graphics Intensive Applications Or Sometimes Idle
ID: 23254 · BeemerBiker Send message Joined: 27 Jun 08Posts: 221 Message 23259 - Posted: 23 Feb 2009, 23:34:00 UTC Last modified: 23 Feb 2009, 23:36:54 UTC I am running Monitor(s) Displays Asus 27" LED LCD/VE278Q Screen Resolution 1920-1080 or 1280-720 HDMI Keyboard Das 4 Professional Mouse Logitech M705 PSU Corsair AX-860i Platinum Case Phanteks Enthoo Primo/4 case 140mm fans Cooling All my files are still on the Drive so at least I can recover them which is what i'm doing now. The RAM may or may not be faulty. http://dizhub.com/random-bsod/bsod-at-random.html
You can run a utility called CHKDSK by pressing the Windows button and R at the same time, typing CHKDSK into the dialog box, and pressing enter. I'll download it and give it a go!Thanks so much too!- B Reply to bhogervorst bhogervorstApr 29, 2016, 7:17 PM Okay, thanks Hellfire13 for helping me. ID: 23273 · DaveG Send message Joined: 21 Dec 06Posts: 28 Message 23279 - Posted: 24 Feb 2009, 17:19:13 UTC - in response to Message 23273. This type of gradual deterioration of PC performance, especially with memory-intensive programs, may be caused by a RAM problem. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/398888-random-bsod-during-graphics-intensive-applications-sometimes-idle.html
Mona. My question is that I have Asus Notebook X550C. I know what all of that means except for the "UDIMM" part.
It sure does help. FYI. Your installation of Window 7 Ultimate appears to be counterfeit. I'm open to suggestions!Lastly, as you can see from my specs list, I've got pretty low end parts which would suggest that I don't have tons of money lying around to
The RAMs seems to be loose. Jun 22 '12 at 20:30 Don't remember having anything to do with 1394 ever –Timo Huovinen Jun 22 '12 at 20:34 This will also happen if you A little recap, according to him it's not: - Heat. - Drivers. - the GPU(s). - anything else but BOINC. Read More Here If you hard drive crash was caused by an electrical shock, dropping the computer or some other form of physical damage then it is possible both were damaged.
Give me some extension plz. It now has completely frozen and even when I restart it it just loads up with the spinning wheel. I've also done some Unigine benchmarks with each stick of RAM individually and in different Motherboard slots and the marked one will always crash the system but then other one will I had numerous problems and I think I recently had solved the problem , but it just happened again when I existed CS:GO, out of nowhere and that is why I
In this case, nvlddmkm.sys produced lots of hits, of which this is one of the early ones. https://turbofuture.com/computers/5-Symptoms-of-a-RAM-Problem-and-How-to-Fix-It Try testing each memory module in each of the memory slots to find if one of the slots is faulty. Changing from 20 min to 17 min (average). It's not for lack of trying to give help.
Every time it "Shows Up" but is not "Enabled" It turns out to be the stick I marked - Every time! http://dizhub.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-recently.html He has not tried to run Seti without the GPU, even though that option is available in the Seti Project Preferences (taking the check off of "Use Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Test each of your memory modules one at a time to find which ones are bad. Yes i don't understand why its happening either.
Narendranbarath2 years ago i have a strange problem for years, totally changed 3 hard disks,, but the problem is not in hard disk. Individual components can overheat, or heat from one component can cause damage to adjacent parts. The time now is 23:19. have a peek here There ain't no Sanity Clause!
I learnt something about ram today. ttayo2 years ago Sorry my hp system usually display blue light nd restarts immediately but now when I switch it on the caplock would blink several times and the screen wouldn't It's from dell.
Note that I removed many of the other components to make the memory more visible.
Or don't you believe that?That may not be entirely correct. Should I tell him about my imposter syndrome? So even if you don't have firewire you can still accidentally screw up your mobo. –OmnipotentEntity Jun 22 '12 at 20:59 I looked at the firewire port, and I My boss asked if I could build a computer to use for myself rather then buying one.
blog comments powered by Disqus Back to Top Most read 5 reasons why the Xbox One S is worse than the original AMD: Ryzen is coming soon, honest. BSOD Help and Support BSOD playing Battlefield 3 and other graphics intensive gamesHello seven forums I was playing battlefield 3 the other day and i got a BSOD this has been Notsosure's link to the Toshiba thread really helped in figuring out the logic behind this mess. Check This Out I love your idea of writing about problems and their solutions.
I will post back here once I have seen whether the problem still occurs. The problem started within 1 day itself. Than I proceeded to RMA my G.Skill RAM and then my motherboard to be safe. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
Then someone told me that you should reinstall or repair the windows with the help of installation CD. Reply to Hellfire13 bhogervorstMay 21, 2016, 3:06 AM Hellfire13 said: reset ur motherboard cmos and jumper settings and try again with the hyper set...i think u have already stated tht one Excessive dust can cause it to overheat.If your laptop is not that old, or you have cleaned it recently, a cooling pad will probably help. I'm at my wits end.
If I use only the Kingston HyperX DIMMs, the system will never POST no matter how the DIMMs are configured.As for speeds, I didn't think about that too much but I Thanks for the feedback, faulty motherboard is what I fear. If I can fix it myself, how should I fix it? So I have a PC with a new hard drive, but now I can't even use it much because it's somewhat slow.
i have a amd pc & i know it have a overheating prob. I restarted my pc but same thing again happened. An now i am in fear that this would also may get corrupted soon. The 3rd hdd is running for past 3 months, till now there may be approximately more than 30 turnoff occurred.
If the above programs indicate your memory sticks are functioning, but you still suspect a RAM problem or if you need to find which memory module is the problem, you can I can be bothered, but there is a limit as to how much time I can spend trying to fix BOINC, since nothing else I do on my system causes the Please!! Now, can't I use that RAM nomore?