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I check it in google and a lot say it has to do with the GPU or possibly memory or disk space. I just installed the Crucial M4 a few days ago and did a full mobo bios update. I have over 94gb of space left. This happened while downloading BF3. I restarted and it booted fine.

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If it happened while dling a game I would have to say it's hw. Any new changes, upgrades, preferences changed? How long have you had your rig? Have you had problems like this in the past?

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I just installed the Crucial M4
Could be a problem with the new SDD if this is the only thing you have changed. They seem to be getting great reviews so I would say it's a fluke and you should RMA.

Try updating the SSD's firmware and/ or driver to see if it makes a difference.
Edited by bajer29 - 10/21/11 at 8:43am
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yes as i said the M4 is brand new. I have not changed anything else. Only a fresh install of windows and drivers with the M4. Nothing else. I did install CC cleaner and ran some checks and did the fixes it came up with for the registry pertaining to a bunch of .dll files for .net framework v1.0.3705 and a few other things I didnt understand what it was refering to.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Topgearfan View Post
I check it in google and a lot say it has to do with the GPU or possibly memory or disk space. I just installed the Crucial M4 a few days ago and did a full mobo bios update. I have over 94gb of space left. This happened while downloading BF3. I restarted and it booted fine.
Update the M4 Firmware to 009.

Edit:

Download link http://www.crucial.com/support/firmware.aspx
Edited by Ken1649 - 10/21/11 at 8:50am
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It came with that firmware already.

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Update the M4 Firmware to 009.

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Download link http://www.crucial.com/support/firmware.aspx
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It came with that firmware already.
Run a couple benchmark tests with HD Tune on the drive. Check the SMART status. Bad? RMA.
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I have SSDlife and here are the results.

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I have SSDlife and here are the results.
The only reason why I let you know about HD Tune is for the benchmarking portion. Put it under some load to see if you can replicate the same BSOD. There is a 100% free version of HD Tune on their site in Downloads.

EDIT: FYI- HD Tune is a HDD/ SSD benchmarking platform
Edited by bajer29 - 10/21/11 at 10:10am
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post #9 of 22
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I will try it when I get back home then. I ran the windows memory diag tool and it showed nothing.
post #10 of 22
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Ok I ran it and here are the screen shots.


Quote:
Originally Posted by bajer29 View Post
The only reason why I let you know about HD Tune is for the benchmarking portion. Put it under some load to see if you can replicate the same BSOD. There is a 100% free version of HD Tune on their site in Downloads.

EDIT: FYI- HD Tune is a HDD/ SSD benchmarking platform


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