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ok so my sig rig has problems and i can not figure out what they heck they are. when i run 64bit W7 after about a month i get BSODs like crazy sometimes my pc wont even go past the windows logo. so i am forced to wipe the ssd and install a clean copy of windows. i have tried doing absolutly no updates, also doing every update, doing only important ones.(after each clean install) funny thing is if i use 32bit W7 my pc runs flawlessly.

im not OCed i have tired OCing (dont really need to do it) but it dosent seem to make anything worse or better.

i use my pc for CS5 stuff, CAD, and gaming, so 64bit helps speed things up with the more ram, especially for BF3.

i made a thread about this a really long time ago and did the ssd fix in it but it doesn't seem to help.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1043938/win7-64-problems

any way this is the bsod codes i always get.
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dose any one know what the heck is up with my build?
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Eh, stop codes really don't help. Here's what I recommend doing... unplug the power cord and reset the CMOS. Plug the power cord back in and boot up. Try and get into the BIOS and ensure that your DRAM timings and voltages are set correctly based off factory advised settings. If you can get into Windows, upload one of your dump files (preferably the latest) to mediafire and post the link here, I can debug it and see if I can find anything of use.
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These are the same BSOD codes I'd been having for a while.

What you might want to do is turn off your computer, unplug every component and external cable, then plugging in only the essential-to-boot components and booting like that.

Can you boot into Windows through Safe Mode at all?

Does the BSOD freeze like that without shutting down/restarting, or does it automatically restart/prompt you to restart?

To boot into Safe Mode, during the POST screen, press F8 a few times until you get a menu to choose how to boot. Select Safe Mode and let us know if you're able to get into Windows.

Y'know, I'm just going to go ahead and leave this here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1194136/how-to-check-if-windows-has-been-corrupted

Some experts in there helped me with my problems. A lot of the steps that I took may apply to you.
Edited by Detroitsoldier - 1/4/12 at 1:54pm
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"The CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION bug check has a value of 0x000000F4. This indicates that a process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated." Whatever that means rolleyes.gif

Most likely cause, from what I can find, is a virus or hard drive error so I would scan for virus' and check your hard disk for errors. This is done under properties for each hard drive. Each one must be done seperately.

It could still be due to system stability issues but I would have expected to see different bug codes to the one you have.

Edit: Sorry to point out the obvious with the hard drive check.
Edited by Jokah - 1/4/12 at 1:54pm
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"The CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION bug check has a value of 0x000000F4. This indicates that a process or thread crucial to system operation has unexpectedly exited or been terminated." Whatever that means rolleyes.gif
Most likely cause, from what I can find, is a virus or hard drive error so I would scan for virus' and check your hard disk for errors. This is done under properties for each hard drive. Each one must be done seperately.
It could still be due to system stability issues but I would have expected to see different bug codes to the one you have.
Edit: Sorry to point out the obvious with the hard drive check.
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0x000000F4 = CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION. A process or thread crucial to system operation unexpectedly exited or was terminated. Your first parameter of 0x3 indicates it was a process, not a thread.
If we could somehow get a crash dump, I could tell you which process it actually was.
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Check your CMOS battery!
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And a process runs off of your hard drive. A hard drive failure or a virus could easily cause a process to stop working. The C300 is a very good and solid drive (no pun intended) but some other SSD's, especially sandfore ones, are quite notorious for these kind of issues ie. data corruption.
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looks like eveththing is all set. but how do i find the dump file?

jokah, this whole time im thinkning its the ssd but ill wait and see.
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Many of the x58 motherboards use Marvell 91XX SATA 6.0 gbps controller. This controller will cause BSOD 0x0000000F4 errors constantly (and is slower than the Intel SATA 3.0 gbps). Use your HDD/SSD on the Intel controller if yours also uses the Marvell 91XX controller.


(I have an x58 with the controller, took me months to find out how to stop the F4 BSOD)
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Could be the SSD. http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Solid-State-Drives-SSD/0x00000f4-error-on-C300-128GB/td-p/78874
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