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post #31 of 39
Hal.dll errors usually happen when there are missing/corrupt files caused as a result of a virus or virus removal.

Have you performed a virus scan ?

Have you ran sfc /scannnow from commnad prompt with admin rights ?
post #32 of 39
Just to point out, you do not need to dsiable cool and quiet. following on from what wevvspot said, try disabling all other power saving features aswell as truning off power saving features in the windows 7 power management settings.

I highly doubt that these problems are hardware related or psu related for that matter. What is the make and model of your power supply?

Can i also suggest going into the bios and loading optimal defaults and then try a prime95 test aswell as running the built in windows memory diagnoistic test. If these all pass then i would say it points to a software issue instead.

If you have not already, try testing each stick of memory on its own aswell as testing every ram slot.

Are you also using an ssd? If you are, it might be worth updating the firmware for that.

If all else fails then i would try a installing windows again.
Edited by South80 - 7/12/13 at 10:33am
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Quote:
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Okay, so i underclocked my cpu to 3.4Ghz, now i get those voltages, I don't know what to think
http://puu.sh/3AJjE.png
http://puu.sh/3AJkh.png

Edit: shorter test, actually same duration as the other one at 4Ghz.
http://puu.sh/3AJx8.png
http://puu.sh/3AJxr.png

See these are within .005 volts of variance so that is very good compared to the previous.
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post #34 of 39
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Yes I removed a virus not a long time ago but after some comparison, i pointed out that my hall.dll isn't broken and same for ntoskrnl.exe, but i will reinstall windows anyway.

Yes it's a psu problem i think. I already tested all other material that can cause those freeze ( HDD, RAM, CPU ). Here is my Psu : LDLC TA-650
The specs ( sorry it's in french I don't know how to translate this but you can only read the numbers it's fine ): http://puu.sh/3BaSN.png

My psu is a bad quality psu apparently, too bad for me.
post #35 of 39
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Quote:
Originally Posted by schmotty View Post

See these are within .005 volts of variance so that is very good compared to the previous.

Ok cool, so the underclocking of my cpu make him take less power apparently.
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Apparently. Especially if you didn't make any changes in the BIOS.
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[ sorry for the spam] No I didn't.
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when underclocking did you change the voltage? or just the multiplier?

If you didn't adjust the voltage then you might have a problem with that cpu, but again it may not be stable at 4Ghz if its not getting power it needs.
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post #39 of 39
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No i didn't, so i'm going to put it at 3.7Ghz
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