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Got my 8350 in the mail today along with some PK1. I wanted to do a clean install of Windows so I saved my stuff and then took it downstairs to change the CPU out. So, after changing the proessor out and un hooking my HDD so that my SSD i got a few weeks ago would not get confused i took the cpu back up stairs and begin the Windows 7 install process.

When I got the SSD I had to install XP first and then 7 because my version of 7 is just a upgrade. After I got the SSD up and running with the 945 at 3.6 just like bfore the SSD everything was fine. I was playing games and all that jazz.

I flashed my BIOS yesterday to the f7e from Gigabyte for my mobo because I knew my chip was coming today. So, after I got the cpu changed and starting to install 7 again i was trying to do it without installing xp because everytime I had to reformt on my HDD i was able to clean install 7 without doing XP first. I actually installed 7 and then after it didnt accept my product key I called Microsoft to wonder why only to remember that my Win 7 key was an upgrade. They hotpatched it over the internet for me and I was able to activate it. Hence, that the reason I tried installing Win 7 again on my ssd because i assumed since windows was on it already before I reformat it than it would not be a problem. Well, after installing and then trying to enter my key it said it was invalid and it was for a upgrade only when i tried to activate it.

I saw no problems with the fx8350 at this point. Windows 7 saw it for its full potential and everything seemed fine. So i thought to myself that i will just start from scratch and put XP on it and then Win 7 since I didnt have much of a choice. Well, everything was going fine until I got to the XP install screen that has the timer with the little bubbles on the bottom left. BAM, bsod and got IRQl_not_less_or_equal. Well, I had set my ram too 1600 in the BIOS but it loads by default as 1333 even though it is Vengence 1600. So, I went back and loaded the fail-safe defaults and got the same thing. I also noticed that right before the BSOD occured that the CPU fan sped up on my CM Hyper 212. I tried it a few more times and got the same result.

So, i unhooked it and took it back downstairs and put my 945 back in. I was able to finish the install process of XP just fine. So, after I got the desktop up I unhooked it again and swapped the cpu back out. As soon as the desktop comes up it BSOD on me again and again. I also get the system has recovered from a fatal error message right before. And then without getting a chance to look or click on anything it auto reboots on me.

i tried safe mode and it let me get in there but the CPU fan on the 212 is running and top speed I do believe.

I think the 8350 I got is defective.
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I got to go to bed. Maybe one of you fine people out there can help me figure out what is going on. I was typing all this from my fiance's a10-4600m laptop which is quite nice I say! Thanks in advance!
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Any chance the 8350 just doesn't like xp? Have you tried it after the full upgrade to windows 7?
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or you can always try downloading the Windows 8 enterprise trial, good for 90 days.
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Originally Posted by Theroty View Post

Got my 8350 in the mail today along with some PK1. I wanted to do a clean install of Windows so I saved my stuff and then took it downstairs to change the CPU out. So, after changing the proessor out and un hooking my HDD so that my SSD i got a few weeks ago would not get confused i took the cpu back up stairs and begin the Windows 7 install process.
When I got the SSD I had to install XP first and then 7 because my version of 7 is just a upgrade. After I got the SSD up and running with the 945 at 3.6 just like bfore the SSD everything was fine. I was playing games and all that jazz.
I flashed my BIOS yesterday to the f7e from Gigabyte for my mobo because I knew my chip was coming today. So, after I got the cpu changed and starting to install 7 again i was trying to do it without installing xp because everytime I had to reformt on my HDD i was able to clean install 7 without doing XP first. I actually installed 7 and then after it didnt accept my product key I called Microsoft to wonder why only to remember that my Win 7 key was an upgrade. They hotpatched it over the internet for me and I was able to activate it. Hence, that the reason I tried installing Win 7 again on my ssd because i assumed since windows was on it already before I reformat it than it would not be a problem. Well, after installing and then trying to enter my key it said it was invalid and it was for a upgrade only when i tried to activate it.
I saw no problems with the fx8350 at this point. Windows 7 saw it for its full potential and everything seemed fine. So i thought to myself that i will just start from scratch and put XP on it and then Win 7 since I didnt have much of a choice. Well, everything was going fine until I got to the XP install screen that has the timer with the little bubbles on the bottom left. BAM, bsod and got IRQl_not_less_or_equal. Well, I had set my ram too 1600 in the BIOS but it loads by default as 1333 even though it is Vengence 1600. So, I went back and loaded the fail-safe defaults and got the same thing. I also noticed that right before the BSOD occured that the CPU fan sped up on my CM Hyper 212. I tried it a few more times and got the same result.
So, i unhooked it and took it back downstairs and put my 945 back in. I was able to finish the install process of XP just fine. So, after I got the desktop up I unhooked it again and swapped the cpu back out. As soon as the desktop comes up it BSOD on me again and again. I also get the system has recovered from a fatal error message right before. And then without getting a chance to look or click on anything it auto reboots on me.
i tried safe mode and it let me get in there but the CPU fan on the 212 is running and top speed I do believe.
I think the 8350 I got is defective.

I don't think its your processor, it could be, but not physically the processor. Something is sharing IRQs and you mentioned that you flashed your bios. I would try to look at what IRQs are being assigned to what pieces of hardware. If you can't boot into windows though I can't think of a way to do it. Is it necessary for you to be running that particular bios revision? I know the processor is new, but just a suggestion.
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post #6 of 10
Something like this happened to me back in 2007.
XP will BSOD during installation.
It seems that XP does not include proper drivers for some modern hardware.
In my case, I set the boot drive to IDE mode (in the bios) and this fixed the bsod.

Try to install windows 7 without going through xp.
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I don't think its your processor, it could be, but not physically the processor. Something is sharing IRQs and you mentioned that you flashed your bios. I would try to look at what IRQs are being assigned to what pieces of hardware. If you can't boot into windows though I can't think of a way to do it. Is it necessary for you to be running that particular bios revision? I know the processor is new, but just a suggestion.
Gigabyte didn't have the new chips listed as being supported on anything but the new BIOS (f7e) so I assumed that is where i needed to go with it.

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Any chance the 8350 just doesn't like xp? Have you tried it after the full upgrade to windows 7?
This is what I am doing right now too see where it goes. So far so good!
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Just skip the XP install all together.

This is for Vista but works with Windows 7 too. Basically install without product key. Then open disk run setup and choose upgrade.

http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=5932
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I got it up and running. I'm having some pretty big temp changes though. I have check my heatsink and TIM twice to be sure its nothing I did. I think my mobo is raising the voltage too high. I am seeing the voltage go up to 1.42 for something such as installing WoW.
post #10 of 10
Just raising VCore or Ram Voltage IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL usually relates to insufficent Volts on CPU or unstable memory!
Run a memtest86 on your ram.
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