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Just rebuilt a system, installed a new used SSD and a GT240 i am getting "BSOD 0x0000004F". does any one have references for that? i found one or two references to faulty/corrupted data and or failing drive.
Edited by cdoublejj - 3/2/14 at 1:10am
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I have never heard of such BSOD. Please post a screenshot of it or little more info. Are you sure it is 0x0000000F ?
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doh.gif

I mean 0x0000004F

I swapped in my old mechanical HDD and so far no 4F. Maybe it was a bad clone or maybe the drive is bad. i should check it again with SSD life. Last time i checked i think it was worn but, good.
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So you cloned your windows partition to SSD? Better reinstall windows when you change the system drive. Also when you installing disconnect your old drive and connect it after you installed windows on SSD. Probably cloning caused the BSOD.
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doh.gif

I mean 0x0000004F

I swapped in my old mechanical HDD and so far no 4F. Maybe it was a bad clone or maybe the drive is bad. i should check it again with SSD life. Last time i checked i think it was worn but, good.

check this out::

general http://www.overclock.net/a/common-bsod-error-code-list-for-overclocking

detail http://www.aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x9c .4f seems t relate to network driver issues
post #6 of 12
0x4F can be related to many things, not just network. It is listed on the additional information of the BSOD. Bu i believe that the cloning system partition to SDD is the source of this BSOD.
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any reason for that? At work we have used Norton ghost on hundreds and maybe even thousands of PCs with out issue.

Last night i did a antivirus update and windows update and the machine starting loop booting till i did a restore point.

I'm gonna tweak my wire management and see if that helps (i'll explain later)
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You probably use it on the same hardware at work. But in your case you changed the hardware (added SSD) so the image you made is not exactly for that configuration.

I wonder why are people scare to reinstall windows, on SSD with fast flash drive it takes no longer than 10 minutes. You lost far more just to diagnose this.
post #9 of 12
0x4f is usually a driver issue, if as stated above, you've moved from a different drive, it will be most likely you will need to re-install the disk drivers.

If that doesn't sort anything, try doing a fresh install.
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i plugged the old mechanical HDD in with the same data as the SSD and it worked fine... relatively.

at this point it stopped booting after installed the nvidia driver. i'm starting to suspect the GT240. it did have this runny silver bright shinny stuff on it, which i replaced with AS5.

ATM i'm doing a CHKDSK on the HDD and will try a clean install on the SSD. I also took care of the "wire management" I like to run wires under the mobo not to be mistaken with modern cases that had the hollow space in the back. you have to be sharp though some times the prickleys on the mobo can cause a short. not so bad with 1 or 2 USB cables but, on the last i did the IDE cable needed a thin cardboard shim. So i made up pice of card board the cover the entire mobo back with holes for the stand offs just in case that was the issue. (paper doesn't burnt till 400C)

The advantage is massively cleaner case and way more room for air to flow. as this is an SFFish HTPC build.

will see who the check disk and and clean install play out. thankfully i have HDD and SSD on hand.


example:




Works well if your keen on the potential issues. if all else fails i'll fall back on to this being the problem.

EDIT: check disk went well, uninstalling the nivida driver made it start booting again. this probably explains no boot earlier as windows likes to install missing video card drivers via updates. also noticed AMD catalyst is still lingering in "uninstall programs"

EDIT: also clean installing sucks because you have to reinstall all your programs, not so bad on an HTPC but, if you had to clean install my main desktops, you would shoot your self. prey for the sweet mercy of death. laughingsmiley.gif j/k .... sort of.

EDIT: seems to be nvidia driver. maybe hard ware fault? lets see what a clean install does. time switch back to the SSD for a test of clean installing.
Edited by cdoublejj - 3/2/14 at 8:48pm
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