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OK so I've just reinstalled windows after having BSOD problems and it has occurred again. Really i haven't installed much as I only just reformatted.

Some information:

- System specs as below. (sig)
- Using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 installed on a 60gb SSD in AHCI
- Crashes while playing Games only (Neverwinter, Warframe etc)
- Programs installed since reinstall: Firefox, Teamspeak, Winrar, Skype
- Drivers installed since reinstall: ATI 7970 driver, Asus Xonar sound card driver, Intel Rapid Storage Tech, Direct X End-User

BSOD ERROR:

STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003, 0xFFFFFA800AD8C870, 0xFFFFFA800AD8CB50, 0xFFFFF80002DC6240)


There is no dump file at all, Does having system restore point disabled have any affect on the saving of the dump file?
Any help greatly appreciated.
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I don't think this is a software issue, your CPU overclock may not be stable, or if you have overclocked your RAM then that may also be an issue
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Quote:
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At the moment im running no overclock on anything, sorry for the misconception in my sig.

I just Blue screened again playing neverwinter and there is no crash dump, this is with system restore re-enabled. the blue screen just stops on "initializing disk for crash dump..."

Before my reformat it wouldn't get stuck and it would just restart and for about 10 or 20 minutes it would bluescreen after the windows logo untill it finally decides to let me back in.
Now after the format there is no bsod after windows logo.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chunderface View Post

At the moment im running no overclock on anything, sorry for the misconception in my sig.

I just Blue screened again playing neverwinter and there is no crash dump, this is with system restore re-enabled. the blue screen just stops on "initializing disk for crash dump..."

Before my reformat it wouldn't get stuck and it would just restart and for about 10 or 20 minutes it would bluescreen after the windows logo untill it finally decides to let me back in.
Now after the format there is no bsod after windows logo.

Have you reset your BIOS to default?
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I would start looking at the PSU. If it's on the way out you will lose power under stress of gaming there will be no time to dump.
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Yes my BIOS is set as default apart from having it set to AHCI for my SSD.

Is there anyway at all to even troubleshoot if it is indeed my psu?
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It could be related to your RAM, I had this exact G.Skill Ripjaw 1600 model before and it gave me random BSODs.
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post #10 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chunderface View Post

Yes my BIOS is set as default apart from having it set to AHCI for my SSD.

Is there anyway at all to even troubleshoot if it is indeed my psu?

Try another PSU and repeat what you're doing to find the BSOD

Quote:
Originally Posted by megahmad View Post

It could be related to your RAM, I had this exact G.Skill Ripjaw 1600 model before and it gave me random BSODs.

If no BSOD is found try a different set of RAM
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