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post #31 of 49
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Thanks,i'm downloading version 14,4 now.
post #32 of 49
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Ok so i have installed the 14.4 version of the Catalyst driver.I didn't get any BSOD in about 5 hours of pc usage since then(no need to be happy till now,lenghtest period of time with no bsod was 3 days) but my total freezes became waaay more constant.For an instance i totally freezed about 5 times in an hour. I am still waiting for the crash dumps to be analysed... thinking.gif
post #33 of 49
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Ok so i have installed the 14.4 version of the Catalyst driver.I didn't get any BSOD in about 5 hours of pc usage since then(no need to be happy till now,lenghtest period of time with no bsod was 3 days) but my total freezes became waaay more constant.For an instance i totally freezed about 5 times in an hour. I am still waiting for the crash dumps to be analysed... thinking.gif

Check your temperatures. CoreTemp will show your core temps pretty accurately. HDMonitor will show everything incl MB temperatures. But I don't trust it with CPU temps because its significantly lower than CoreTemp.
post #34 of 49
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Originally Posted by Dragoshhh View Post

Ok so i have installed the 14.4 version of the Catalyst driver.I didn't get any BSOD in about 5 hours of pc usage since then(no need to be happy till now,lenghtest period of time with no bsod was 3 days) but my total freezes became waaay more constant.For an instance i totally freezed about 5 times in an hour. I am still waiting for the crash dumps to be analysed... thinking.gif

The log is so long it would take a month to read. However, what is your SATA set to in BIOS? AHCI or Raid?

Also, please run a memtest86 for about 10-12 hours. Random BSOD can occur very randomly due to the random usage of memory.
Edited by cyphol - 10/17/14 at 11:47am
post #35 of 49
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Ok,here are my CPU temps/stats when running Core Temp:

I'm gonna check my SATA right now,and i will let memtest run overnight as well.
post #36 of 49
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Also i cannot seem to find the type of SATA which i have...I got American Megatrends BIOS
thinking.gif
EDIT: I found out that my sata is IDE.
Edited by Dragoshhh - 10/17/14 at 1:21pm
post #37 of 49
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Also i cannot seem to find the type of SATA which i have...I got American Megatrends BIOS
thinking.gif
EDIT: I found out that my sata is IDE.

It is a longshot but I have seen people BSOD when in AHCI mode bit never the other way around. It shouldn't be changed around without reinstalling the OS. But IDE works fine. I am running out of ideas lol... There is one thing that might be the culprit. The actual windows installation you are using. Try a different one or something. If it is downloaded that is, or the CD might be damaged.
post #38 of 49
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Yeah about this,i reinstalled windows about 4 times,and i have also tried windows 8,i was still crashing on that one too.And about the memtest,i have ran it for 11 hours,no error found.Should i let it run for more?
post #39 of 49
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Yeah about this,i reinstalled windows about 4 times,and i have also tried windows 8,i was still crashing on that one too.And about the memtest,i have ran it for 11 hours,no error found.Should i let it run for more?

No, that will suffice. Have you ever updated your BIOS?
post #40 of 49
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Yes,since my BSOD started i updated my BIOS once.It went on with no problem.
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