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How did the firmware update go?
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Are than any minidumps? can you post them here?

 
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Looks like you may have a corrupted OS.

 

Try making a new profile on the machine and moving everything of importantace (like your game saves and pesronal files) from the old profile to new one leaving all settings there. The delete the old profile. If that doesn't work then see if an reinstall fixes as it is the kernel that is acting up.

 
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Quote:
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Looks like you may have a corrupted OS.

They're F4 bugchecks with Microsoft EXEs and files as the causes, which is always unlikely as the Microsoft files are protected by the System File Checker. When the culprit is a Microsoft system file / important file, and NOT 3rd party, that means it's:

A) Unknown 3rd party driver that we'll need to enable Driver Verifier for.

B) Hardware

C) Last but not least after all testing, corrupt OS due to the sheer amount of BSODs, therefore corrupting the OS.

He has an SSD with F4 bugchecks and has not updated the firmware, it's more than likely that's the problem. You cannot label a corrupt OS right away.


OP, something that I failed to go over with you previously:

1. dtsoftbus01.sys is listed in your loaded drivers list, this is the driver for Daemon Tools. Please fully uninstall / remove Daemon Tools as it's known to cause issues in Windows, specifically Win7. Optional virtualization programs are: Power ISO, ImgBurn, etc.

Other drivers like OK from what I can see.
Edited by pjBSOD - 4/30/12 at 1:08pm
post #15 of 23
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Well, I tried updating my AGility3 from 2.15 to 2.22, the firmware updater showed: "Firmware update FAILED on /dev/sda: Internal Error" the first 2 times I tried and then the third time I initiated a forced update and apparently it updated without me knowing.Now the f4 BSOD appears more often and as soon as I log into desktop. I've been chatting with a rep from ocz from ocz forums and he told me to clear cmos, check all cables, etc.
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post #16 of 23
Sounds like this could either be a bad SATA cable or a bad SSD. Have you tried a different controller on your board if you have access to one? Keep in touch with OCZ.

Also, are you able to boot into Safe Mode without any issues compared to booting into Windows regularly?
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Ok so I ran my Windows on the SSD normal mode and safe mode, both resulted in BSOD F4 before loading desktop. As for SATA cables, I have 4 of them and i've used them all with the same result. I am currently installing a fresh windows on my old WD HDD to see if there is a mobo/cpu issue. I'm also getting a high pitch noise coming from the cpu/mobo area, and is investigating the exact spot the sound is emitting from.
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Ok so I ran my Windows on the SSD normal mode and safe mode, both resulted in BSOD F4 before loading desktop. As for SATA cables, I have 4 of them and i've used them all with the same result. I am currently installing a fresh windows on my old WD HDD to see if there is a mobo/cpu issue. I'm also getting a high pitch noise coming from the cpu/mobo area, and is investigating the exact spot the sound is emitting from.

I specified the high pitch noise it is most likely emitting from a capacitor from my mobo and not the cpu:p PHEW! lol
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Ok so my BIOS is updated, cleared CMOC, set to AHCI sata mode, and also disabled the c states, I'm running Diagnostics on Hot Cpu Tester 4 atm. Just have to see if it causes any more errors. At least this time I was able to log into desktop with BSOD.

I ran diagnostics didn't last for 30 minutes before hitting the BSOD f4. Could this still be a bad ssd or corrupt windows because I have reinstalled windows 3 different times in the last month and a half, with always the same outcome.
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SSD is likely the issue as I have said above. Have you spoken to OCZ about an RMA?
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