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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.

The dump file will be located in %windir%\Minidump. The files are named according to the date of the dump - try looking for the date that corresponds with your crash.
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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.

C:\Windows\Minidump
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do a memtest, to see if it's the RAM
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do a memtest, to see if it's the RAM

Memtest 86+ works great. Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool if you are lazy.
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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)

This sounds quite promising. Are you using the marvel controller? As OCscrub has said they are not very good and aren't much faster than the intel ones, if at all. You can't go wrong with the intel ones and you will notice no real world difference in terms of speed.
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sorry im taking so long to get back...... anyway memtest is good, no errors. the mobo is under clocking the ram though. from 1600 to 1066. i need to oc to get up to the 1600. timing is 7-7-7-20 its supposed to be 9-9-9-24 when @ 1600. yes i do have the 91xx driver installed. should i uninstall the Marvel driver and see what the computer does?
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post #18 of 25
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sorry im taking so long to get back...... anyway memtest is good, no errors. the mobo is under clocking the ram though. from 1600 to 1066. i need to oc to get up to the 1600. timing is 7-7-7-20 its supposed to be 9-9-9-24 when @ 1600. yes i do have the 91xx driver installed. should i uninstall the Marvel driver and see what the computer does?

You shouldn't even use the Marvell at all! Especially the 912X ones! They are terrible from my experience.
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sorry im taking so long to get back...... anyway memtest is good, no errors. the mobo is under clocking the ram though. from 1600 to 1066. i need to oc to get up to the 1600. timing is 7-7-7-20 its supposed to be 9-9-9-24 when @ 1600. yes i do have the 91xx driver installed. should i uninstall the Marvel driver and see what the computer does?

Yes get rid asap! Upon restarting your computer it should automatically prompt you to install the intel driver. It will probably just do it anyway without restarting if its not already installed.

I don't want to be giving out bad advice but I've always installed my OS with my storage mode set to AHCI in the BIOS unless I'm doing a raid setup (I'm sure I've read somewhere that once you've installed with one storage type selected you then can't change without reinstalling your OS but I think these modern boards might be different). Now someone may correct me and say something else is better but its always worked ok for me. Then make sure you dont install the marvel controller cause that pesky bugger will try find his way on somehow when you do a fresh install.
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Switch to the Intel controller for sure. You can also disable the marvel controllers in the bios then after you switch your SATA cables.
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