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post #12391 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Striker36 View Post
have you tried reinstalling? that freezing sounds like a corrupt file.... OR drivers that arnt quite compatible for something
Reinstalled 4 times now, I think the only driver that isnt from the manufacturer is my video card, because it freezes when I intsall that

Its just a giant list of things out there people do to fix it, everything from a new PSU to something as simple as a Antivirus program running.
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Try different Display Drivers. Sometimes the latest isn't always the best when it comes to nVidia. And on rare occasions the card manufacturer's driver will work better than the ones you download from NVidia's Support Site.
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I just used one of those for a family member build as well. I was quite impressed with the case for a light gaming machine. These things are just the thing for taming a nasty bundle of wires in a case like the Elite 330, or any case for that matter
yep i used some white ones.

and be careful, the edges are extremely sharp that you won't even know it cut you
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Reinstalled 4 times now, I think the only driver that isnt from the manufacturer is my video card, because it freezes when I intsall that

Its just a giant list of things out there people do to fix it, everything from a new PSU to something as simple as a Antivirus program running.
If I were you I would wipe the disc, not format, but wipe. Take the time and use the Peter Gutmann method. I've found, and this by all means is all hypothesis, that if something goes wrong during the install the electromagnetic structure of the disc in the physical location of the corrupt installation file can corrupt any file written to that address. By wiping the disc and overwriting the bad cluster(s) many times, it "paints" the area with a fresh surface to write to by burying the "confused" molecules deep enough under random data to not affect new files being written.

It is also a good idea to pull everything out and run it on the bench swapping out hardware one item at a time until you isolate the problematic hardware. Chances are the Windows disc is not bad, as you said you ran it on your Dell with no trouble, so it has to be hardware related.

I'm having the same trouble with a repair for a friend and I'm pretty sure I've isolated the problem to the SB chip that gets too hot for my liking. I've swapped out every piece of hardware with known good pieces one at a time and I still get random freezing with the time between lockups getting shorter the longer the machine runs, so in your case it may be bad hardware. Only a thorough diagnosis procedure will suss out the culprit.

I know it sucks, but it is what it is. I definitely feel your frustration, but shooting blindly at the problem like so many people do trying to help only makes matters more painful. Pull out your gear, run it on the bench and start scientifically diagnosing the problem and you will find it. Good luck.

EDIT After looking at your pic I see you're running 4 memory modules. Take two out and see if you freeze. If not then you need to increase the voltage to the "NB" as AMD IMCs have issues running 4 modules. I bet if you bump the voltage you'll be fine, especially since you said that after installing the latest nVidia drivers it hangs at the windows startup screen. With AMD you're much better off running 2 2gig dimms than 4 1gig dimms. Again, good luck.
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post #12395 of 28613
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Radio Kaos - Sunset Strip, Roger Waters, track #5

Yes, unless you're a hoarder, then no.
Ok, you win!! Better PM me your address so I can ship the drive before we start moving stuff. Moving was delayed slightly, door jamb wouldn't square up because of the 8" walls, so I finally got ticked, took it out & custom jambed it.
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Never had a problem until now. Bought 7 Pro for 30 bucks through ultimatesteal, and put it on our Dell, been running great forever. Built this, and its been a headache to say the least. Just so many things it CAN be, with no firm answer on what it absolutely is. Dont get me wrong, I love 7 and wont go back. I will probably be going ATI once WoW Xpac gets closer, waiting for some card prices to drop a bit more.
Are you running AVG or anything like that, at all?

Also, are you allowing Windows to Update, then getting freezes?

My missus' laptop (that I'm using atm to type this) has Windows 7 Home Premium, and suffered bad freezing due to an Update causing instabilities with AVG, I removed AVG for two months, then they'd Hotfixed it by then, and reinstalled AVG at that point, and all is good again.
Some Hotfixes have known to cause instabilites with programs, so remove any programs that're currently running and see if it still freezes running solely Windows, and remove any Hotfixes if you installed them right after installation.

Depending on what you have on there, it may be quicker to just do another clean installation, with no Ethernet lead in your PC so it doesn't pick up any internet, if you have Wireless, when it asks the option of connection to a netwrok *don't* when you first startup, I've always found that with the very first startup of Windows, it'll always get Spyware/Virus' if you startup with the internet connected.

If it still happens, you can rule out conflicts with any Programs or Updates, make sure you install the chipset Drivers for your Mobo, try one stick of RAM and doing what usually causes the freeze, then two sticks, if it still happens, RAM ruled out.

Last but not least, and maybe actually do this beforehand, download SpeedFan, goto the Configure button and in the temps tabs and voltages tabs, click once on each temp and click the 'enable logging' button on the bottom left.
Do what you're doing with SpeedFan running, it'll freeze up, restart it and goto C>Program Files x86 or just Program Files>SpeedFan and there'll be .txt's or similar there, the name is actually the date and time jumbled together, best opened with Excell or Wordpad.

I use SpeedFan for all background logging if the proverbial brown stuff hits the fan, HWMonitor and Everest are okay, but I believe you have to manually save the logs on them, whereas SpeedFan'll do it constantly when enabled.

I finally left my Vista x64 Black Edition for Windows 7 recently, using the nVidia Edition with my normal Ultimate serial and I love it, much less RAM usage than my Vista, beforehand, I hated 7, lol.
 
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Never had a problem until now. Bought 7 Pro for 30 bucks through ultimatesteal, and put it on our Dell, been running great forever. Built this, and its been a headache to say the least. Just so many things it CAN be, with no firm answer on what it absolutely is. Dont get me wrong, I love 7 and wont go back. I will probably be going ATI once WoW Xpac gets closer, waiting for some card prices to drop a bit more.
I think this is an easy fix. I would bump the North Bridge to 1.35 Vdc. and bump your memory voltage up a 10th of a volt and see what happens. If you have overclocked the 555 then you do need to bump your NB to compensate for the extra work with the memory as Rockr69 suggested. After you do that then run 3D Mark 06. That will make it trip up if it is going to.
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Hi all. I've made a PSU wire cover/false floor prototype using the same Direct Tv casing I used for the prototype HD bay cover. Here's a couple of pics. Tell me what youz think.




I can make the HDD and the PSU wiring cover/false floor for members for a pretty reasonable price. I can do a fan hole (80mm-I think a 120mm will be too big) for a few dollars more (Clint Eastwood reference). PM me if you're interested.

EDIT: I am also willing to do the Lian-LI PCI-01 mod for anyone for $25 you buy the part and pay for shipping both ways and I'll supply mounting hardware and paint. PM me if interested.

EDIT:

I am also willing to do the Lian-LI PCI-01 mod for $25. You buy the part here
,pay for shipping both ways and I'll supply the mounting hardware and paint. PM if interested.
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Wasn't that Clint Eastwood thing a Fist full of dollars? Any way I know you will sell some because those just look WAY TOO COOL.

Worlds First Blunt

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