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Just BSODed twice on bootup! - Why is this?

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While switching on my computer I noticed that Windows was taking quite a long time to bootup. When it eventually popped up, ASUS smart doctor began loading - then BOOM BSOD!

I didn't have time to note down what was detailed on the screen, as it immediately restarted, then soon returned to the BSOD again.

I then rebooted in safe mode, which worked fine.

When restarted I was able to return to normal mode without any BSOD (It's still going now).

The question is, whether or not this is hardware or software related. Is there a way that I can access the error messages to see what the problem is? I don't believe it has anything to do with temps, as I rerely exceed 60c on Prime.

I haven't had any BSOD's before this.

Can any of you help me in discovering what the problem is?

Thanks.
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To test if it's hardware related, run memtest86+ and/or load optimized defaults in the bios. To test if it's software related, boot into safemode, run msconfig (windows key + r to bring up run prompt, type msconfig and press enter), go to the startup tab and select disable all then apply changes. Then restart normally.
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have you tried going into MSconfig in safe mode and disabling some start up programs to narrow down if its poor interaction between hardware an software or if it is an overclock problem? generally when I start getting BSODs, I save my overclock settings to a BIOS backup file (If your motherboard is equipped to do that) and go stock to make sure I am not chasing a goose blindfolded.

Edit:: Dopamin3 beat me to it!
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Just checked "Event Viewer".

I got three critical errors relating to Kernel Power on todays date.

Could this be related?
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Try more vcore, or more Vccio. What is your vccio at anyway?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by corky dorkelson View Post
Try more vcore, or more Vccio. What is your vccio at anyway?
For 1600mhz, the VCCIO voltage certainly need not be adjusted. Even 1.28v for 4.3ghz looks incredibly high (to me, but I'm not familiar with sandy bridge all too much), I know my friend has a 2500k and does 4.6ghz at 1.29v.
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This guy seems to have a similar problem...

http://windows7forums.com/blue-scree...nel-power.html
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dopamin3 View Post
For 1600mhz, the VCCIO voltage certainly need not be adjusted. Even 1.28v for 4.3ghz looks incredibly high (to me, but I'm not familiar with sandy bridge all too much), I know my friend has a 2500k and does 4.6ghz at 1.29v.
I had a thread on this.

Apparenly my voltage is fine. In Sandybridge circles, it could be considered quite low, as most are around 1.35v.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dopamin3 View Post
For 1600mhz, the VCCIO voltage certainly need not be adjusted. Even 1.28v for 4.3ghz looks incredibly high (to me, but I'm not familiar with sandy bridge all too much), I know my friend has a 2500k and does 4.6ghz at 1.29v.
1.28v for 4.3ghz is really low, My cpu isn't the best but i need atleast 1.34v for 4.5ghz

Bump your vcore a touch and test again
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Read in a thread that it may have something to do with conflicting audio devices.

I checked by device manager, and it looks like this.

Bluetooth Audio Device
Nvidia High Definition Audio
Nvidia High Definition Audio
Nvidia High Definition Audio
Nvidia High Definition Audio
Realtek High Definition Audio

Should I really have this many audio drivers?
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