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Download and install the latest Intel Chipset Driver. That should take care of the SM Bus Driver error.
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post #22 of 30
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Download and install the latest Intel Chipset Driver. That should take care of the SM Bus Driver error.

He has as in the OP doesn't have the CPU written in the OP, as his motherboard is LGA1155, he has an Ivy-bridge. His CPU is an Intel i5-3470. He is, however, prompted with "Error: The computer does not reach the minimum requirements to install this program". Does it have to be installed without having the Nvidia-card mounted? If that'd be the case. Do we need to uninstall the drivers for it?


Missread your post. Will return with results.
Edited by Tmplt - 2/8/14 at 7:06am
post #23 of 30
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Possibly and hopefully the last update. The system has been running smoothly for five days plus after updating the BIOS and Intel Chipset Driver. If any more problems would occur we now know that they're not hardware related. Thanks for the help!
post #24 of 30
Congrats Tmplt. Hopefully the problem is resolved for good.
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post #25 of 30
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Update; BSODs are still occuring, but I have narrowed it down yet more. I no longer believe the problem is a hardware issue. Checking the logbook of his computer I found an extensive list of critical errors, all pointing to Error 41, Category (63). I believe the problem is a faulty PSU, as I've raised the Vcore from ~1.090V to ~1.200V. A quick way checking whether or not the CPU gets all the power it requires. As written above, the power supply is a Corsair CX 500W, of which I've heard is prone to problems.

I've attached some dumps-files from his computer. We'd be grateful if we could get a confirmation that the PSU is the issue, so we can fix this damn issue once and for all.

Thanks in advance.

Minidump.zip 258k .zip file
post #26 of 30
I might know the cause. When do the BSODs happen? When the system is idle? When on load? Both?
post #27 of 30
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I might know the cause. When do the BSODs happen? When the system is idle? When on load? Both?

Yes, both.
post #28 of 30
I see. Could you go to the device manager and check which Intel Management Engine driver you have on the system devices?
post #29 of 30
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I see. Could you go to the device manager and check which Intel Management Engine driver you have on the system devices?

Version 9.5.15.1730
post #30 of 30
Ahh, pity. That's not it. The exact previous released management engine version had a bug resulting in BSODs. This version is supposedly fine, so the BSODs you have are caused by something else.

Edit: No wait, I think that this is actually the problematic version and the next has the bug fixed.

Try the version here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=23091&keyword=%22management+engine%22&lang=eng

For the record, both the previous version and the version you have supposedly suffer from BSOD issues.
Edited by PsyM4n - 4/12/14 at 11:04pm
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