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Oh, crap. I just replaced this board in last night due to a weird flash thing that happened and now I am getting a stop: 0x00000074.

Here's what happened, if anyone can help, I'd appreciate it.

Last night I put the new board in. Plug everything in, check it twice, boot it up, right into Windows. No problems. Using it, running a couple of tests, everything is great.
This morning a friend stops by, he's a o/c'er, and suggests a couple of things since I've just installed Windows a couple days ago, and just put the board in last night. I disable indexing, disable the super fetch and disable page filing. Windows wants a re-boot.

I reboot, and now I have a stop: 0x00000074 error, that won't go away no matter what I try. Searches point to memory or motherboard, uugghhhh...

What did I try?
Memtest86 for about 5 mins. to see if it's a bad stick (do I need to run it longer?) I figured if it was a bad stick, memtest would pick it up right away if windows is catching it on a boot.
Windows repair, through the regular console, and from booting off a disk. It's not seeing an o/s to repair.
Reset all settings to stock on the 'board.

The board was clocked @ 3.9, HT 2.2, NB 2.6 and it was stable in 3dmark vantage, as well as AOD stress test. This is kinda my base setting for now as I work out some higher clocks, low voltage and nice 'n' cool.

Please tell me I don't have to replace something, or re-install windows and everything else

Thanks in advance for any help offered.

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Oh, crap. I just replaced this board in last night due to a weird flash thing that happened and now I am getting a stop: 0x00000074.

Here's what happened, if anyone can help, I'd appreciate it.

Last night I put the new board in. Plug everything in, check it twice, boot it up, right into Windows. No problems. Using it, running a couple of tests, everything is great.
This morning a friend stops by, he's a o/c'er, and suggests a couple of things since I've just installed Windows a couple days ago, and just put the board in last night. I disable indexing, disable the super fetch and disable page filing. Windows wants a re-boot.

I reboot, and now I have a stop: 0x00000074 error, that won't go away no matter what I try. Searches point to memory or motherboard, uugghhhh...

What did I try?
Memtest86 for about 5 mins. to see if it's a bad stick (do I need to run it longer?) I figured if it was a bad stick, memtest would pick it up right away if windows is catching it on a boot.
Windows repair, through the regular console, and from booting off a disk. It's not seeing an o/s to repair.
Reset all settings to stock on the 'board.

The board was clocked @ 3.9, HT 2.2, NB 2.6 and it was stable in 3dmark vantage, as well as AOD stress test. This is kinda my base setting for now as I work out some higher clocks, low voltage and nice 'n' cool.

Please tell me I don't have to replace something, or re-install windows and everything else

Thanks in advance for any help offered.

Marc
Have you tried going into safe mode? LKG(last known good configuration)?
You need to let memtest run it's full corse to see if any of the sticks are bad, and I recommend doing one stick at a time.

O and keep your "OC'er" "friend" away from your computer. You should have left super fetch and page filing alone.
I hope you have a good image of your OS so that you don't have to re-install.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 10/11/09 at 11:12am
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Have you tried going into safe mode? LKG(last known good configuration)?
You need to let memtest run it's full corse to see if any of the sticks are bad, and I recommend doing one stick at a time.

O and keep your "OC'er" "friend" away from your computer. You should have left super fetch and page filing alone.
I hope you have a good image of your OS so that you don't have to re-install.
Hhmmm... sounds like I might have to re-install. Oh well, that may not be the worst thing. Bad memory or board would be worse.

EDIT: I said this because I am only getting the 'launch repair' or start normally option. I've only just installed everything about the beginning of this week. I haven't done any backups or anything yet.

eclipseaudio4, would you mind explaining about super fetch and pagefile for me because I just don't know much about them.

One more question if you don't mind. I have two raptors in a stripe, and they were originally set up on a SB600 board. When I installed this setup, it recognized the stripe automatically after loading the appropriate drivers and I formatted it and installed. I never thought about the fact that I didn't do any setup with the board. I never went into the RAID utility or anything, it just grabbed it as a stripe on those two drives and let me use it.

Should I redesign this stripe with the RAID utility on this board, or leave it as it is. What made me think of that was the stripe has posted offline a few times and took several reboots, power offs to get it back.
I ran WD's diag utilities on it and it passed, without comment. But, this is another area I am not very knowledgeable on, and wonder if I should do something different to these drives and re-build the stripe on this board.

Thank again for any help.

Marc
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@mduclow:

Just leave Superfetch and page file enabled at the default settings. Superfetch helps your boot times and your programs load. Disabling Superfetch only helps when benchmarking hard drives, not real world usage. Windows will make a page file as large as your installed memory for BSOD memory dumps and hibernation, etc.

I suppose it would be safer to redo the RAID on the newer SB750 controller.
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should I expect the bsod stop: 0x00000074, which is supposedly a memory or motherboard error, was caused by disabling those features? Or is this just a coincidence (I generally don't believe in coincidences).

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@mduclow:

Just leave Superfetch and page file enabled at the default settings. Superfetch helps your boot times and your programs load. Disabling Superfetch only helps when benchmarking hard drives, not real world usage. Windows will make a page file as large as your installed memory for BSOD memory dumps and hibernation, etc.

I suppose it would be safer to redo the RAID on the newer SB750 controller.
Agreed!

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should I expect the bsod stop: 0x00000074, which is supposedly a memory or motherboard error, was caused by disabling those features? Or is this just a coincidence (I generally don't believe in coincidences).

Thanks for the help, guys.

Marc
Yeah I don't believe in coincidences either especially when dealing with I/O devices.

BTW the page file is technically memory.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 10/11/09 at 1:17pm
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Ok, so I ran memtest86 long enough to get a pass with no errors. Ram should be fine.

I deleted the RAID setup and re-defined it. I have loaded Windows 7 x64 and am loading drivers and software. So far, no issues whatsoever. Oh well, who doesn't love doing clean installs!

Thanks for all the quick replys, it was helpful.

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Ok, so I ran memtest86 long enough to get a pass with no errors. Ram should be fine.

I deleted the RAID setup and re-defined it. I have loaded Windows 7 x64 and am loading drivers and software. So far, no issues whatsoever. Oh well, who doesn't love doing clean installs!

Thanks for all the quick replys, it was helpful.

Marc
No prob!

I would make sure to make an image backup right after you have everything installed(and once a month or so) so that you can just "restore" it back if you ever get a virus or have some sort of issue.

It is also wise to "restore" it after you have your final OC settings as repeated BSOD's can cause issues.
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Just to clarify your stock rated settings for that ram(link would really help) is/are 1600Mhz 7-7-7-20-1t ? and what was the auto setting setting the timings at?
Yes, 1600Mhz 7 7 7 20 1t is correct, heres the link, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145268, I accidently bought the intel based RAM but when I talked to the people at corsair they said it wouldn't make any difference in running the, the auto settings had 1333 at 9 9 9 24, and had 1600 at 9 11 11 29! Thanks again for all your input!
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I like being able to see my CPU temp via the GD70's built-in LCD, but I can't see it anymore. I installed a second video card for Crossfire and now it's hidden by the huge heatsink. Is there any way to move the LCD (probably not) or do they sell similar products, something that I can put in the case that gives me the CPU temp? I know I can get a front bay LCD display but I want one inside the case that is of course viewable from the outside but small like the defualt.

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