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Hi all,

I am having a problem with my 1090t or my mother board and I don't know if this is the exact right place for this post but I supposed it is as good as any. A about 2 weeks ago I was replacing the heat sink and the processor came out with the heat sink. Anyways I bent the pins back into place and all seemed well for about a week. I then accidentally knocked the computer into a cabinet and since then I am getting bsod's and freeze-ups. I have tried so many things. I have tried different bios'. I have removed all non-essential hardware.

Anyways, I was searching through my dump errors and couldn't seems to find anything useful until I went and looked at my event log, and I noticed that there seemed to be errors regarding processor id 4 (which is obviously 5 in a zero based numbering system). I then disabled core 4 in the bios, and since then I have had no problems. I am attaching the saved events for the past 2 days as event files and as text files as well as a screen shot of it and also the dump files during the same time period. Note there are less dump files than events because sometimes the computer would just freeze and it would never get to the blue screen. It's pretty obvious that the problem is either the mb or the cpu. Which one is it do you think?
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320gb SATA WD 7200 rpm Windows 7 64 bit 19" LG Seasonic X-750 
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post #2 of 4
Download this
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

It will tell you exactly what your bsod's are.

Then google em or post em on here and we can help you out!
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my bsod's are hal.dll. That is to say that according to all accounts it's hardware related. Well duh. I think I knew that. The question is the same. If disabling a core namely core 4 in the bios which is actually the 5th core fixes the problem (which is not actually fixing. It just hides it), then is it the MB or CPU? Now my father in law, actually has an Asus M4A785d-M PRO that in theory is compatible. It's one of those AM2, Am2+, and AM# MB's. I could try it, but I am afraid that being a different MB it could introduce some new variables. I.E. Just because it works fine in his MB, doesn't necessarily mean that the problem isn't the CPU.
Edited by bfis108137 - 12/30/10 at 10:33pm
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Phenom II X6 1090T 3.2Ghz Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5 Sapphire 100292DDR3L HD5450 1gb DDR3 2 X 4gb MUSHKIN 991770 DDR3 1333 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
320gb SATA WD 7200 rpm Windows 7 64 bit 19" LG Seasonic X-750 
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320gb SATA WD 7200 rpm Windows 7 64 bit 19" LG Seasonic X-750 
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Ok so I tested the cpu in my father in-law's pc, and I got a very similar error. It said there was an error with the cpu but it didn't say which core. Anyways I am convinced it's the cpu, so I guess my next question is how is amd's rma? I saw that you aren't allowed to use thermal paste or a 3rd party cooler and if you did your warranty is invalid. I have used the nh-d14 with the thermal paste that came with it. Will they know if I clean it up? I originally used the cpu cooler so can I put it back on the cpu and then will it look as if I was always using it? This worries me with such an expensive piece of merchandise.
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Phenom II X6 1090T 3.2Ghz Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5 Sapphire 100292DDR3L HD5450 1gb DDR3 2 X 4gb MUSHKIN 991770 DDR3 1333 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
320gb SATA WD 7200 rpm Windows 7 64 bit 19" LG Seasonic X-750 
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CM-690 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Phenom II X6 1090T 3.2Ghz Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5 Sapphire 100292DDR3L HD5450 1gb DDR3 2 X 4gb MUSHKIN 991770 DDR3 1333 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
320gb SATA WD 7200 rpm Windows 7 64 bit 19" LG Seasonic X-750 
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CM-690 
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