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Is your date and time correct in bios?
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If you haven't done this yet, you might consider checking to ensure that you're running the latest BIOS release for your board. If not it might be worth the trouble to update. Make sure to load optimized defaults both before and after performing the flash

You appear to be a heavy multi-tasker so maybe consider upping your RAM capacity a little bit. Memtest tells us that you're running 3Gb. How is that installed and configured on your motherboard?

Speaking of hardware, might be helpful if you listed up your full hardware specs;

Motherboard
Processor
Memory/brand/type/capacity
Video card
Power supply
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post #23 of 93
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Originally Posted by wevsspot View Post

If you haven't done this yet, you might consider checking to ensure that you're running the latest BIOS release for your board. If not it might be worth the trouble to update. Make sure to load optimized defaults both before and after performing the flash
You appear to be a heavy multi-tasker so maybe consider upping your RAM capacity a little bit. Memtest tells us that you're running 3Gb. How is that installed and configured on your motherboard?
Speaking of hardware, might be helpful if you listed up your full hardware specs;
Motherboard
Processor
Memory/brand/type/capacity
Video card
Power supply

What program do I use to give you exact information about my hardware specs?

BTW I have other computer with 2GB RAM, 1 core processor, so its slower but it never gets any of these errors, so thats what troubles me. I'm not a hardware specialist, but it's not so hard to change some parts and just run the computer.

{storyline}
What can I tell is that I had two old computer and I decided to make one stronger and other weaker smile.gif
Before the operation I noticed that one computer have these all errors, but I thought windows reinstall and drivers/updates will fix it all. But it did not mad.gif. So I decided to cleanup all the parts ant do some part mixing to make one stronger PC then other.

What I changed:
1. I changed video card.
2. HDD.
3. Power supply.

What I get:
1. Better graphic.
2. More space on HDD.
3. More WATS.
4. The same errors!

As I already told you I'm not the specialist, but I can say that there's no problems in all the part that i changed, because both computer work the same, just one's weaker and other with the same errors.

P. S. Yes I did reset default BIOS configuration and updated it to the newest version.

I really appreciate everyones help and really sorry for my awful English skills rolleyes.gif.
post #24 of 93
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Originally Posted by JieMan View Post

Is your date and time correct in bios?

Hard to believe that this will help, but I'll check it wink.gif

I was thinking puling out battery and wait for couple hours, how do they call this method "soft reset"?
post #25 of 93
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This is my weaker PC with only 2GB RAM, it works slower but there's no errors.
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Maybe you're having an issue with the onboard NIC on this particular motherboard? If possible you could try an add-in NIC and see if the problem persists. It's fine that you passed one complete loop on Memtest (that's a good sign) but most folks let it run for 4 or more hours to weed out any potential problems deeper into the test.

The only other thing I can recommend is running some full system stability checks using Prime95, Linpack or OCCT to stress the motherboard, memory and cpu simultaneously and see if you can produce an error.
Edited by wevsspot - 4/19/12 at 8:13am
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post #27 of 93
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Maybe you're having an issue with the onboard NIC on this particular motherboard? If possible you could try an add-in NIC and see if the problem persists. It's fine that you passed one complete loop on Memtest (that's a good sign) but most folks let it run for 4 or more hours to weed out any potential problems deeper into the test.
The only other thing I can recommend is running some full system stability checks using Prime95, Linpack or OCCT to stress the motherboard, memory and cpu simultaneously and see if you can produce an error.

damn, sometimes my opera is crushing multi times... till it becomes more stable...

OK I'll try stressing my PC, but I never tried these kind of stuff, don't know how all it works ...

BTW NFS: most wanted is enough to hang up the game (it's quite old game lol).
post #28 of 93
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Prime95 - don't know I think I just started a standart CPU+RAM test, this is what I get:

prime.txt
V24OptionsConverted=1
WGUID_version=2
StressTester=1
UsePrimenet=0
MinTortureFFT=8
MaxTortureFFT=4096
TortureMem=800
TortureTime=15

[PrimeNet]
Debug=0

result.txt
[Thu Apr 19 22:09:31 2012]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Final result was E59CCD7F, expected: 86B106EB.
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
post #29 of 93
Well, Prime95 is a super program for finding system instability. The fact that it threw an error indicates that there is a problem (most like with some setting in your BIOS). Just because it says "hardware failure" doesn't necessarily mean that you have a bad piece of hardware.

Normally the next step would be to run two different types of Prime95 tests. The first test you ran was called a blend test. Now run the test for cpu stressing only, if it passes run the test for memory stressing (or visa versa) order doesn't really matter.

Before testing again though, make sure that you have optimized defaults loaded for your BIOS settings, and you might even go as far as manually entering in your nominal cpu voltage, memory voltage and four primary memory timings, before saving the changes and exiting.
Edited by wevsspot - 4/19/12 at 1:03pm
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OCCT results for CPU test photos here.
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