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post #11 of 26
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Originally Posted by Jue View Post

I went ahead and installed the directX driver and still BSOD when stressing using Furmark.

I have attached recent minidump files.

051313-4446-01.zip 84k .zip file

This is a long shot, but try taking out you sound card and make it BSOD again.

cmudaxp.sys


After that run driver verifier DV instructions.

Check your event viewer for any CPU related errors, such as WHEA, intelppm.sys was showing up a couple of times now.
Edited by Yoyo1555 - 5/27/13 at 4:04pm
post #12 of 26
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This is a long shot, but try taking out you sound card and make it BSOD again.

cmudaxp.sys


After that run driver verifier DV instructions.

Check your event viewer for any CPU related errors, such as WHEA, intelppm.sys was showing up a couple of times now.

Well, I've stress tested using Furmark now for 3 hours without a BSOD. I swapped the RAM around from using slots 1 & 3 to 2 & 4 and have yet to BSOD. Possibly faulty RAM slots maybe?
post #13 of 26
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Well, I've stress tested using Furmark now for 3 hours without a BSOD. I swapped the RAM around from using slots 1 & 3 to 2 & 4 and have yet to BSOD. Possibly faulty RAM slots maybe?

Did you take out your sound card?
In my experience RAM related faults are more random than in your case, you only had three bugchecks bouncing around but everything is possible (didn't you say youstressed the RAM?).
post #14 of 26
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Did you take out your sound card?
In my experience RAM related faults are more random than in your case, you only had three bugchecks bouncing around but everything is possible (didn't you say youstressed the RAM?).

I kept the soundcard in, I use memtest86 on the RAM for almost 7 hours and then ran prime95 blend yeah. I havn't had any problems so far since swapping the slots around but it is still early days.
post #15 of 26
as I stated before. Uninstall ALL remnants of directx AND your graphics card. Don't just install over them. Completely remove them from the system, and then reinstall them.
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as I stated before. Uninstall ALL remnants of directx AND your graphics card. Don't just install over them. Completely remove them from the system, and then reinstall them.

I have done this aswell.
post #17 of 26
Are you running Windows 7 or 8?
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Are you running Windows 7 or 8?

Windows 7
post #19 of 26
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I did notice in the Motherboard manual it says to use slots 2 & 4 for more stability. Been playing all day today, no crashes/BSOD yet.
post #20 of 26
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No BSOD but I had a system lock-up now whilst playing.
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