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Originally Posted by ']['orque View Post
MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION


STOP: 0X0000009C (0X00000004, 0X80545FF0, 0XB2000000, 0X00070F0F)
Got a spare video card? Try it out. It may just be contact or even the power going to your vcard. Especially on a dual rail psu, you would want a careful arrangement where your card would not have to compete with other power hungry components on that rail.
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Got a spare video card? Try it out. It may just be contact or even the power going to your vcard. Especially on a dual rail psu, you would want a careful arrangement where your card would not have to compete with other power hungry components on that rail.
Well the BFG 7800GTX has an input (6 pin) that requires TWO 12 V inputs
into one connector (supplied by GeForce) and of course whatever from the slot it’s in. I can try stealing my kids PCI card and try out your theory, but I’d still need to fix the problem on my comp. My kids video card is different and requires no extra power. Is the codes you see here indicate a video problem? I’m curious.
    
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Have you tried removing the Nvidia vid card drivers, and clean with driver cleaner. It may be caused by those rivers
    
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http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=k...9284&x=21&y=15

My advice?

Remove all peripherals from the motherboard. Remove the motherboard from the computer. Use a brush to clean the board from dust and possibly metal dust etc. Blow the motherboard out with an air blaster, not a heavy duty one but one such as an aerosol container.

Put the motherboard on a cardboard box. Install the PSU and a different video card such as a PCI video card. Install a different hard drive and CD-Rom. Jumper the Power On_SW header and start your system. If you have a live CD use it for testing. Re-install Windows XP on that system otherwise.

Does this issue remain?

http://forums.amd.com/lofiversion/index.php/t62979.html

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http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=k...9284&x=21&y=15

My advice?

Remove all peripherals from the motherboard. Remove the motherboard from the computer. Use a brush to clean the board from dust and possibly metal dust etc. Blow the motherboard out with an air blaster, not a heavy duty one but one such as an aerosol container.

Put the motherboard on a cardboard box. Install the PSU and a different video card such as a PCI video card. Install a different hard drive and CD-Rom. Jumper the Power On_SW header and start your system. If you have a live CD use it for testing. Re-install Windows XP on that system otherwise.

Does this issue remain?

http://forums.amd.com/lofiversion/index.php/t62979.html

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1. Remove all peripherals - Yes I did
2. Put in new MB Yes I did
3. Install new HD Yes I did
4. Install new OS 32 bit HOME Yes I did
5. Install new OS 64 bit Yes I did
6. Install new OS 32 bit XP PRO Yes I did
7. Install V. 6.65 Chipset drivers Yes I did
8. Install V. 1012 BIOS Yes I did
9. Install V. 1016 BIOS Yes I did
10.Install original nVIDIA GPU DRIVER Yes I did
11.Install latest nVIDIA DRIVERS Yes I did
12.Remove, test, reinstall RAM Yes I did

Let me recap, I put in a new MB and HD and did a fresh install of the bare esentials. The ONLY things I reused is the Video Card, PSU, CPU, Ram (but different configurations) the monitor and case. Same blue screen and error codes.
    
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Then it very likely has to do with the Video Card, PSU or CPU. It is doubtful that it is the ram after testing the dram (4 sticks) singly.

You have done everything correctly other than not having the above components extra. Do you possibly have a friend who has access to many components? I am that person for my friends. I can always pick up the necessary parts for a test bed analysis. Hopefully you can find one. If you lived close to me, I would be able to do this for you but I live in Canada.

Post in the wanted section for someone close by you to allow you to testbed. This is a great site and you very likely will find someone. I am at all times open to helping anyone in the Greater Vancouver District and Lower Mainland myself.

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Are the rails solid?
    
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Then it very likely has to do with the Video Card, PSU or CPU. It is doubtful that it is the ram after testing the dram (4 sticks) singly.

You have done everything correctly other than not having the above components extra. Do you possibly have a friend who has access to many components? I am that person for my friends. I can always pick up the necessary parts for a test bed analysis. Hopefully you can find one. If you lived close to me, I would be able to do this for you but I live in Canada.

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Dear R,
Sounds to me you'd be a great neighbor. However I just moved (right past you I might add) from Anchorage to Phoenix (Queen Creek area) Didn't you see us wave when we went through BC??? JK anyway, I don't know anyone yet here, so I just ordered a new PSU (1000 W ) from Tigerdirect (30 day no questions asked) $299 after rebate. This will (I hope) answer the questions as to the PSU theory. Duke, I checked the output of the current PSU (Antec truepower 550) and I cranked that mutha all the way up and it slowed down the bluescreens but it didn't eliminate them. As to the rails, hmmmmmm, don't know, however the bios startup on the ASUS board has a look see menu on the power output, LOW by .03V which I believe is no big deal. The DFI board says the output is higher (probably because it's a more efficient board.) I truly believe I've done just about everything except replace the CPU ($875) the video ($499) and the mem ($i forget) Right now I just poured a huge glass of pre-98 vintage wine, loading up my 454CASULL revolver and am currently pointing it at the CPU, MB, GPU, and the Big Typhoon. Damn, I can't get the GEIL in the sights at the same time. What do you think???
    
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I get a feeling that you need to be looking at your video card. Do you by any chance even have a PCI video card?

If you install that, then you can test for repetition of the issue. You might have an issue with the card itself after the trip. Usually it is not PSU's that cause this stop issue and directly after a move tells me to look at silicon. You have tested the RAM and board silicon so the next move would the the video card and not the PSU. That stop event can be an issue delving from errors at the Video level.

7800's are not great power hungry beasts. My advice is to look to the Graphics card first. Go to a mom and pop shop and buy a PCI used video card for ~$5.00 and retest.

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I get a feeling that you need to be looking at your video card. Do you by any chance even have a PCI video card?

If you install that, then you can test for repetition of the issue. You might have an issue with the card itself after the trip. Usually it is not PSU's that cause this stop issue and directly after a move tells me to look at silicon. You have tested the RAM and board silicon so the next move would the the video card and not the PSU. That stop event can be an issue delving from errors at the Video level.

7800's are not great power hungry beasts. My advice is to look to the Graphics card first. Go to a mom and pop shop and buy a PCI used video card for ~$5.00 and retest.

R
Here is yet another twist. Now my system doesn't crash as long as I have a program running like (Counter Strike) If I reboot and just let it sit (don't load anything) it goes to bluescreen with the same error codes, but if I load STEAM or Word it doesn't crash. Now this happens only since I turned up the output of the Antec 550. Ill see what I can find in used video cards, plus I'll try and lower the output of the 550 to see if it kicks in the bluescreen again.
    
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