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post #5921 of 11361
Quote:
Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post


You have been charted. Did you use the same rads/cooling setup for all of your entries on the chart so far?

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Mr. Darkwizzie,

Yes, all the same with the exception of the 1st 6700k - only one (not two) 480 radiators for that test.
Much thanks for your hard work on all the charting! thumb.gifthumb.gif

Edited by SteveRo - 2/25/16 at 4:22am
post #5922 of 11361
Hi there,

Something happened with my PC last night. I need a bit of help please.

After a some settings change in bios (fans mainly nothing special) I had a black screen error msg:

BlInitializeLibrary failed 0xc000009a

I think from then my system is very slow.
Even chome is very slow.
I cannot play games (Witcher 3, Battlefield 4) they have a terrible lag.

I will explain what happened yesterday night.
So I played with my friend with couple of games without any issues.

I copied a big file to my external drive (through usb3) and I noticed there is a turbo option in AIsuite3 So I used it it tried to install something in order to work but after 15 mins suck on a same position I cancelled it.
When I turned on turbo I cannot see my hard drive. If it is on normal I can. I copied the file and removed the drive.

After that I wanted to tweak the system and I realized my CPU usage is a bit high due to asus com process at the background. I thought it is connected to the AIsuite 3 so I removed the app.
Changed the Fan profiles in the bios then went back to Win and played with Project Cars.
I noticed the game is weirdly lagging, I thought due to SLI issues or something so I restarted the PC.
Same lag.. So I reinstalled nv driver with DDU.
I was sick of my wheels re calibrating so I tried BF4 instead. When I look around game is smooth but when I move Terrible lag.. unbearable. Never seen anything like that before.
I went to the BIOS reset to default then CMOS reset but same problem.
I even reinstalled AIsuite 3 .. but same issue.
Tried to reinstall every Asus driver (chipset etc)...nothing
Run a sfc /scan now .. still the same.
Run a disk check... same problem...
What I have noticed which is more than weird is that when I rebooted my PC once my keyboard wasn't available, I mean If I pressed any bottom on windows logon screen nothing happened. I changed USB port.. same problem.
I did a full shutdown (not just a restart) and that fixed the issue.
When I tried Witcher 3 it was awful frown.gif same a BF4 1 pressed ESC and I couldn't click on EXIT so I had to use my keyboard to navigate to Exit in order to close the game...
Oh yes I also restored my PC my PC from 23/02/2016 but still the same problem.

I'm quite desperate ..
Is windows corrupted ? - but then windows should shows some error when I run checks
CPU? I was over clocked on 4.6 @1.38 stable tested always under 78C with water cooling
Ram? Used on XMP but with manual settings (so not the profile itself)

Thanks for the help smile.gif

Really have no idea.. :S

Sorry I forgot.
Windows 10 64bit.
Asus M8H A
Corsair 16gb ddr4 3000mhz
FSP 700w Gold
970 SLI
2 SDD
2 HDD
Edited by TheXes - 2/26/16 at 3:22am
post #5923 of 11361
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheXes View Post

Hi there,

Something happened with my PC last night. I need a bit of help please.

After a some settings change in bios (fans mainly nothing special) I had a black screen error msg:

BlInitializeLibrary failed 0xc000009a

I think from then my system is very slow.
Even chome is very slow.
I cannot play games (Witcher 3, Battlefield 4) they have a terrible lag.

I will explain what happened yesterday night.
So I played with my friend with couple of games without any issues.

I copied a big file to my external drive (through usb3) and I noticed there is a turbo option in AIsuite3 So I used it it tried to install something in order to work but after 15 mins suck on a same position I cancelled it.
When I turned on turbo I cannot see my hard drive. If it is on normal I can. I copied the file and removed the drive.

After that I wanted to tweak the system and I realized my CPU usage is a bit high due to asus com process at the background. I thought it is connected to the AIsuite 3 so I removed the app.
Changed the Fan profiles in the bios then went back to Win and played with Project Cars.
I noticed the game is weirdly lagging, I thought due to SLI issues or something so I restarted the PC.
Same lag.. So I reinstalled nv driver with DDU.
I was sick of my wheels re calibrating so I tried BF4 instead. When I look around game is smooth but when I move Terrible lag.. unbearable. Never seen anything like that before.
I went to the BIOS reset to default then CMOS reset but same problem.
I even reinstalled AIsuite 3 .. but same issue.
Tried to reinstall every Asus driver (chipset etc)...nothing
Run a sfc /scan now .. still the same.
Run a disk check... same problem...
What I have noticed which is more than weird is that when I rebooted my PC once my keyboard wasn't available, I mean If I pressed any bottom on windows logon screen nothing happened. I changed USB port.. same problem.
I did a full shutdown (not just a restart) and that fixed the issue.
When I tried Witcher 3 it was awful frown.gif same a BF4 1 pressed ESC and I couldn't click on EXIT so I had to use my keyboard to navigate to Exit in order to close the game...
Oh yes I also restored my PC my PC from 23/02/2016 but still the same problem.

I'm quite desperate ..
Is windows corrupted ? - but then windows should shows some error when I run checks
CPU? I was over clocked on 4.6 @1.38 stable tested always under 78C with water cooling
Ram? Used on XMP but with manual settings (so not the profile itself)

Thanks for the help smile.gif

Really have no idea.. :S

Sorry I forgot.
Windows 10 64bit.
Asus M8H A
Corsair 16gb ddr4 3000mhz
FSP 700w Gold
970 SLI
2 SDD
2 HDD

i would suspect windows , - first thing before anything else - make sure you save anything of value however you can, thumb drive or whatever. I usually just reinstall windows at this point but there are a couple other things you can try - did you check the error logs? right click on PC - select manage - select event viewer. After that, maybe try disconnecting one component of the system at a time and see of the problem goes away - that way you can maybe isolate the problem. Do all this w/o any overclocks for now. This is part of being one of us computer geeks!! Good Luck! thumb.gifthumb.gif
post #5924 of 11361
^^ when you do get your system back - image your hard drive(s) - read up on how to do this (if you haven't already)
i use macrium reflect, the free version is great and has bailed me out multiple times rolleyes.gif
post #5925 of 11361
Im currently reading through the whole forum and I must say here is a couple of very helpful people!
I really appreciate your help and time.
Ill give it a go after work.
Do you have any idea how did I managed ruin my windows if that is the case? I just want to avoid next time. redface.gif
Edited by TheXes - 2/26/16 at 4:38am
post #5926 of 11361
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheXes View Post

Hi there,

Something happened with my PC last night. I need a bit of help please.

After a some settings change in bios (fans mainly nothing special) I had a black screen error msg:

BlInitializeLibrary failed 0xc000009a

I think from then my system is very slow.
Even chome is very slow.
I cannot play games (Witcher 3, Battlefield 4) they have a terrible lag.

I will explain what happened yesterday night.
So I played with my friend with couple of games without any issues.

I copied a big file to my external drive (through usb3) and I noticed there is a turbo option in AIsuite3 So I used it it tried to install something in order to work but after 15 mins suck on a same position I cancelled it.
When I turned on turbo I cannot see my hard drive. If it is on normal I can. I copied the file and removed the drive.

After that I wanted to tweak the system and I realized my CPU usage is a bit high due to asus com process at the background. I thought it is connected to the AIsuite 3 so I removed the app.
Changed the Fan profiles in the bios then went back to Win and played with Project Cars.
I noticed the game is weirdly lagging, I thought due to SLI issues or something so I restarted the PC.
Same lag.. So I reinstalled nv driver with DDU.
I was sick of my wheels re calibrating so I tried BF4 instead. When I look around game is smooth but when I move Terrible lag.. unbearable. Never seen anything like that before.
I went to the BIOS reset to default then CMOS reset but same problem.
I even reinstalled AIsuite 3 .. but same issue.
Tried to reinstall every Asus driver (chipset etc)...nothing
Run a sfc /scan now .. still the same.
Run a disk check... same problem...
What I have noticed which is more than weird is that when I rebooted my PC once my keyboard wasn't available, I mean If I pressed any bottom on windows logon screen nothing happened. I changed USB port.. same problem.
I did a full shutdown (not just a restart) and that fixed the issue.
When I tried Witcher 3 it was awful frown.gif same a BF4 1 pressed ESC and I couldn't click on EXIT so I had to use my keyboard to navigate to Exit in order to close the game...
Oh yes I also restored my PC my PC from 23/02/2016 but still the same problem.

I'm quite desperate ..
Is windows corrupted ? - but then windows should shows some error when I run checks
CPU? I was over clocked on 4.6 @1.38 stable tested always under 78C with water cooling
Ram? Used on XMP but with manual settings (so not the profile itself)

Thanks for the help smile.gif

Really have no idea.. :S

Sorry I forgot.
Windows 10 64bit.
Asus M8H A
Corsair 16gb ddr4 3000mhz
FSP 700w Gold
970 SLI
2 SDD
2 HDD
I have a Gigabyte Z97 board that gives that same error when I exit the BIOS without saving. I know that doesn't help you much but it never caused any problems for me. Actually, now that I think about it, I saw it once with my Z170 Hero board but it was on an earlier BIOS than I'm using now.
post #5927 of 11361
First thing is to use a system restore point back to before the problem occurred. After that, do a full backup if you do not have one already onto another drive. (Cloning to another drive and verifying that it works makes doing a restore later very easy.) I have my Intel 180GB SSD in a fire safe after I cloned that main drive to a 480GB SSD. Now, if I have problems, I can pop the drive in and continue on or clone to a new drive if need be.

MAIN THING: DO NOT WAIT! Do the system restore point NOW if possible.
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post #5928 of 11361
mandrix:
I'm not sure if that error msg was the problem but it happened in the same time as the issue that is why I suspicious


ManofGod1000:
I have 3 restore point I tried to roll back but didn't help.


Thank a lot for the help! smile.gif
post #5929 of 11361
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Originally Posted by TheXes View Post

mandrix:
I'm not sure if that error msg was the problem but it happened in the same time as the issue that is why I suspicious


ManofGod1000:
I have 3 restore point I tried to roll back but didn't help.


Thank a lot for the help! smile.gif
Like Steve said above, get yourself Macrium free edition and keep current backups....that way if the backup doesn't cure the problem then you know the problem is somewhere else.
I've been chasing a problem for months that would randomly shut my pc down and finally discovered a 3.3v loose pin on my psu cable. Just never know sometimes. wink.gif

Good luck.
post #5930 of 11361
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Originally Posted by TheXes View Post

Im currently reading through the whole forum and I must say here is a couple of very helpful people!
I really appreciate your help and time.
Ill give it a go after work.
Do you have any idea how did I managed ruin my windows if that is the case? I just want to avoid next time. redface.gif

an unstable oc can do it but just as often a loose cable (usually to the os drive) or even a driver conflict - even an old atapi drive like an old cdrom can cause windows windows freezes and other problems rolleyes.gif
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