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Not a problem. Right click on command prompt, run as admin (an elevated command prompt).

type:
Diskpart
List disk
Select disk # (Where # is the disk number your OS is on, look at the list you just made)
List partition

You'll get something like:
Partition 1 Primary 109 GB 1024 KB

That last number is your offset. Just make sure it's divisible by 4, and it is probably 1024 presuming windows detected correctly. Also, you have AHCI on in your bios (or UEFI), correct?
Edited by avesdude - 4/16/12 at 12:51am
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I checked the SSD...
Quote:
Partition #__Type ____Size___Offset
Partition 1 __Primary _100MB _1024KB
Partition 2 __Primary _119GB _101MB

Why is Partition 2 101MB? Is this bad? Should I reinstall with different settings or can I change this now?
post #23 of 155
You can keep it. It is still aligned. Your offset is essentially 1024X101. MS makes that 100mb dummy partition as a system reserved, but since that partition was aligned correctly, the one after it should be aligned too.

Did this take care of your reboot problems?
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Thanks for clearing that up for me. I just didn't want to have to go through another reinstallation.

I just formatted my old SSD boot drive and the issue went awat. Now it's just storage.
post #25 of 155
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Alright, even after a fresh install... during intensive use the PC shuts down.

Minidump attached. Please help.

Minidump.zip 45k .zip file
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The dump you've attached points to your Nvidia Video Drivers as the culprit, usually a driver issue. It can also list that at times as the culprit if the video card itself is malfunctioning. There are many things that can blame the driver itself as well other than general malfunctioning, even overheating.
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Hey does After Effects use the GPU for acceleration like Premiere Pro? If so, can you turn this off temporarily and see if it relieves your crashing issues?
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post

The dump you've attached points to your Nvidia Video Drivers as the culprit, usually a driver issue. It can also list that at times as the culprit if the video card itself is malfunctioning. There are many things that can blame the driver itself as well other than general malfunctioning, even overheating.

Unless AIDA64 is reporting incorrect temperatures, the GTX590 only gets to a maximum of 70 degrees Celsius, averages 55-58, and idles at 35.

I have the latest drivers. I have run stress tests as well with no issues.

Does the minidump say which apps were running when the crash occurred?
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Unless AIDA64 is reporting incorrect temperatures, the GTX590 only gets to a maximum of 70 degrees Celsius, averages 55-58, and idles at 35.
I have the latest drivers. I have run stress tests as well with no issues.
Does the minidump say which apps were running when the crash occurred?

It may not be GPU related then, but something else caused that crash. Have you run a Memtest on your memory to ensure this is not memory related? You can read how to download & run it here.

Also, yes, you can check the loaded drivers that the time of the crash.
post #30 of 155
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I already had a RAM issue. A month ago I ran Memtest86+ and found a faulty DIMM. I have since received a new kit and they are all running flawlessly.

Would you be able to tell me what drivers were running?
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