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Here it is, you're correct but on my english version it's in the en-US.

I wonder if it comes with the USB3.0 package on the disc.

I did a quick search and found it here http://www.drivermax.com/driver/driv...&iduser=230972 but I have no idea of how trust worthy this site is (use with caution).
I have tried all, but didn't worked, I give up for now. Thanks for the help
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A friend brought up the question, did you update your BIOS? Not that I know of, I just put the mobo disk in and let that install whatever was on it.

So guys, do I have to manually do the BIOS or should it have done it through the disk? @_@ Cause I swear if its just that I forgot to do the BIOS ima rage at myself.

As well, I saw that a few people are experiencing BSOD because of old NIC drivers, im going to check what version was installed on my mobo and if its the old one, update it.
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A friend brought up the question, did you update your BIOS? Not that I know of, I just put the mobo disk in and let that install whatever was on it.

So guys, do I have to manually do the BIOS or should it have done it through the disk? @_@ Cause I swear if its just that I forgot to do the BIOS ima rage at myself.

As well, I saw that a few people are experiencing BSOD because of old NIC drivers, im going to check what version was installed on my mobo and if its the old one, update it.
What are you doing exactly when you get BSOD?

I read that you have installed 11.4 driver from AMD.

I have just got my new computer, coming with a brand new 6790, and I can tell you that with 11.4 new driver, I was only experiencing BSOD.

So, not sure what your problem is, but maybe try the driver that come first with your graphic card, and not the most up-to-date driver.
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the driver with the gpu was installed when the original crash happened. Was 11.3

Can be anything from gaming to idling to downloading. Im really guessing its the NIC driver since if you're connected to the net and that throws a code, yikes. That or a faulty GPU, new GPU should be in tomorrow.

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could be the NIC issue. I use wireless so I havent even tried out my ethernet.

as for the 6970, Ive been running fine on 11.4 for about 2 months now.
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could be the NIC issue. I use wireless so I havent even tried out my ethernet.

as for the 6970, Ive been running fine on 11.4 for about 2 months now.
Since I am running the driver provided in the box with the 6970, I have no problem, and I'm not using Wireless, only Ethernet.

With 11.4 driver from AMD, I only got BSOD, for example while playing .mkv with VLC or MPC-HC, or Youtube video, etc.

EDIT: But I think you probably get right by saying it could be a NIC issue. I remember that I got a BSOD, even with the provided driver. Also during the BSOD, there was something related with tcp/ip on the screen. And I also remember that I have updated the NIC driver at a moment, so this update may have solved the issue. Right now, I have the Intel Network Connection 16.2.49.0. Could be found on the Intel website.

I will give a new try to the 11.4 driver soon.
Edited by gregcade - 5/3/11 at 7:57pm
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the driver with the gpu was installed when the original crash happened. Was 11.3

Can be anything from gaming to idling to downloading. Im really guessing its the NIC driver since if you're connected to the net and that throws a code, yikes. That or a faulty GPU, new GPU should be in tomorrow.

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Try the new NIC driver version 16.2.49.0 from Intel : http://downloadcenter.intel.com/

Ethernet Components > Ethernet Controllers > Intel 82583V
Edited by gregcade - 5/3/11 at 8:02pm
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I cant believe that I forgot about the NIC driver stupid driver that made ya BSOD!!!!
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Okay I'm attempting 4.0 again.

I've set up like this:
CPU Bus 250
Vcore 1.43v
NB 1.11v
CPU/NB 1.14v
HT 1.2v
NB Speed 2500Mhz

Temps are:
CPU 37c @minor load(Folding is paused)
NB 52c
SB 41c

RAM is set to 1333 1667 . When I went back into my BIOS to make the necessary changes I noticed D.O.C.P. was not active and my RAM was downclocked to 1062. Not sure how that happened cause I was pretty certain that I had reset it to 1333. But the system was active. My system is set to Manual. LLC and CPU LLC has not been messed with.

Just wanted to start out as close to base clocks as possible and will work through there since that's where I was last time and having 3 hours of stability before my first BlueScreen.

So I'm gonna restart Prime95 and see what happens.

*Update* BSoD ran through so quick I couldn't get the number for it.
So... enabled:

RAM 1667
CPU LLC 100%
CPU/NB LLC 100%

And left all previous settings in place. System POSTed for the first time in 1600 which is a minor miracle to me. :

Ran MaxxMEM2 without issue.Damn this is some fast RAM in CAS 9 settings. These Sticks are AWESOME!!!

*Update #2* BSoD
Changed:
CPUv to 1.45v
CPU/NBv 1.24v

*Update 3* BlackScreened.
CPUv back to 1.43v
CPU/NBv 1.3v

*Update 4* BSOD quicker. Probably should tweak the NB Freq if this one fails.(Anyone?)
Disabled OV Don't know if I was supposed to to that earlier. It's done now.
CPU/NB to 1.38v

My apologies I'm using this post to keep track of what I'm doing more than updating you fellas. I hope it's entertaining at least.

~Ceadder

Edited by Ceadderman - 5/3/11 at 10:21pm
 
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Okay I'm attempting 4.0 again.

I've set up like this:
CPU Bus 250
Vcore 1.43v
NB 1.11v
CPU/NB 1.14v
HT 1.2v
NB Speed 2500Mhz

Temps are:
CPU 37c @minor load(Folding is paused)
NB 52c
SB 41c

RAM is set to 1333 1667 . When I went back into my BIOS to make the necessary changes I noticed D.O.C.P. was not active and my RAM was downclocked to 1062. Not sure how that happened cause I was pretty certain that I had reset it to 1333. But the system was active. My system is set to Manual. LLC and CPU LLC has not been messed with.

Just wanted to start out as close to base clocks as possible and will work through there since that's where I was last time and having 3 hours of stability before my first BlueScreen.

So I'm gonna restart Prime95 and see what happens.

*Update* BSoD ran through so quick I couldn't get the number for it.
So... enabled:

RAM 1667
CPU LLC 100%
CPU/NB LLC 100%

And left all previous settings in place. System POSTed for the first time in 1600 which is a minor miracle to me. :

Ran MaxxMEM2 without issue.Damn this is some fast RAM in CAS 9 settings. These Sticks are AWESOME!!!

*Update #2* BSoD
Changed:
CPUv to 1.45v
CPU/NBv 1.24v

*Update 3* BlackScreened.
CPUv back to 1.43v
CPU/NBv 1.3v

*Update 4* BSOD quicker. Probably should tweak the NB Freq if this one fails.(Anyone?)
Disabled OV Don't know if I was supposed to to that earlier. It's done now.
CPU/NB to 1.38v

My apologies I'm using this post to keep track of what I'm doing more than updating you fellas. I hope it's entertaining at least.

~Ceadder
BSoD ...124 looked it up. Hardware issue. Duh! Gee George, I weren't aware of that.

So I left everything but NB Speed alone. Set that to 2750. But I'm wondering what I need to do to tighten things up. I've had people tell me to run 2600, but I can't because my NB only increases/decreases in increments of 250. Not unless I'm missing the setting adjustment option and don't realize it.

I may have to bump my RAM back to 1333 until I can get the stable. Geez I hope not. I got this pair of 4GB sticks cause I wanted to run 8GBs at stock speeds in 2 slots.

Is anyone awake? Could use some assistance.

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