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I have been having a lot of problems with my sig rig and I can't figure out why. I have been getting random hangs and the occasional BSOD and I get the Nvidia Display Driver crashed pop up all the time. Swapping out parts, removing parts, and stress testing things isn't getting me anywhere. All of the BSOD's have been memory related, but I ran memtest over night (30ish passes) no errors. Two days Prime95 stable, few hundred runs of linx passed. All of these problems are happening even with everything at stock, and at stock speeds with extra volts. Everything has been stable since I put this thing together about a year ago. Any thoughts would be appreciated. mad.gif
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Download a program called "Bluescreenviewer', save what you get in a .txt format and link it to here.
Some one should be able to help you with that.

But it sounds like you have some driver instability, not your hardware itself.
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Originally Posted by HybLeaf View Post

Download a program called "Bluescreenviewer', save what you get in a .txt format and link it to here.
Some one should be able to help you with that.

But it sounds like you have some driver instability, not your hardware itself.

Neat thanks. I will be back with results. thumb.gif
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It says that the last BSOD was from 0x1000007e caused by iaStor.sys. Chkdsk and scannow both say everything is just fine. Not sure where to go with this. All my RAID/chipset drivers are installed, should I reinstall and can I do that without a fresh Windows install?
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Maybe you can try upgrading your nVidia drivers to 296.10 if you haven't already. Not long ago I installed some new drivers, might have been 286.xx series (could be wrong), but after I did that I was getting a lot of those display driver crashes. After I got 296.10 I havent had one.

I've been running my 2500k 24/7 with 1.4 to 1.48 volts for over a year and everything is still fine for me.
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Maybe you can try upgrading your nVidia drivers to 296.10 if you haven't already. Not long ago I installed some new drivers, might have been 286.xx series (could be wrong), but after I did that I was getting a lot of those display driver crashes. After I got 296.10 I havent had one.
I've been running my 2500k 24/7 with 1.4 to 1.48 volts for over a year and everything is still fine for me.

I think I have pretty much ruled out a hardware problem. Things got ridiculous with an Nvidia update. I had the beta flavored 295ish driver that was released to address Skyrim issues, I upgraded to the next WHQL when it came out and I have had non stop unrelated problems every since, but the only constant is that Nvidia display driver crashes all the time.

I wish I was a bigger nerd. mad.gif
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