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post #1 of 25
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Hey guys.
I've been getting BSODs ever since with this damm machine. it overclocks fine and works great, yet every morning I turn on my PC after afew hours it's been off, I get a BSOD. Then I hard-reset and everything works great.. till the next morning.

It's pissing me off and now it also forced me to load fail-safe defaults, resulting in me losing my OC settings. Now I have to stabilize 4GHz with a crap chip again. Woohoo.

I suspect it's the damm mobo. I saw many ppl with GB boards have this problem yet I never seen a solution. somethings fishy

This is what the windows tells me after the BSOD (when I log in):

An Unexpected shutdown happened bla bla


Problem signature:
Problem Event Name:BlueScreen
OS Version:6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID:1037

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode:a3
BCP1:00000002
BCP2:00090178
BCP3:9E70C338
BCP4:9E6DFA60
OS Version:6_1_7600
Service Pack:0_0
Product:256_1


IDK, Maybe that'd help.

HELP?! confused.gif
post #2 of 25
Interesting, can't find any info on A3 BSOD codes. I'll keep looking
post #3 of 25
MSDN says it's an ACPI issue.

STOP 0x000000A3: ACPI_DRIVER_INTERNAL (go to top of page)
Usual causes:

MSDN Listing (WDK): http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff560106(v=VS.85).aspx

Knowledge Base Articles:

WinDbg Help File Entry:

The ACPI_DRIVER_INTERNAL bug check has a value of 0x000000A3. This bug check indicates that the ACPI driver detected an internal inconsistency.
Parameters

The following parameters appear on the blue screen.
Parameter Description
1 Reserved
2 Reserved
3 Reserved
4 Reserved

Cause

An inconsistency in the ACPI driver is so severe that continuing to run would cause serious problems.

One possible source of this problem is a BIOS error.
WinDbg Output Example:
ACPI_DRIVER_INTERNAL (a3)
The ACPI Driver detected an internal inconsistency. The inconsistency is
so severe that continuing to run would cause serious problems.
The ACPI driver calls this when the state is so inconsistent that proceeding
would actually be dangerous. The problem may or may not be a BIOS issue, but
there is no way to tell.
Arguments:
Arg1: 0000000000000000
Arg2: 0000000000000000
Arg3: 0000000000000000
Arg4: 0000000000000000
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post #4 of 25
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Well here's the problematic part. It said ACPI_DRIVER_INTERNAL whatever last time it BSODed, but it says many things. Once it says MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, then it says IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL ... I can't put my finger on it! I dont understand why it would BSOD and only for the first boot.
post #5 of 25
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post #6 of 25
Hey, Hunter! I hate to see that you're still having problems with your rig. frown.gif

I'm assuming you have the latest BIOS and drivers installed.

If so, have you tried clearing the CMOS?

Also, do you have any overclocking or system monitoring tools that start when Windows boots up?
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post #7 of 25
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Originally Posted by B-Con;12188534 
Hey, Hunter! I hate to see that you're still having problems with your rig. frown.gif

I'm assuming you have the latest BIOS and drivers installed.

If so, have you tried clearing the CMOS?

Also, do you have any overclocking or system monitoring tools that start when Windows boots up?
.

Hey bro. Yes, I have the latest BIOS, and it happened with different versions as well. I did clear the CMOS plenty of times, no help. The only OCing tool that starts with windows is MSI Afterburner, and I've been getting the BSODs way before I started using this tool let alone OCing, so I suppose this is not the culprit.

I re-posted about the BSODs cuz this time it took my OC settings and I really want to get rid of this.
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Try changing the CMOS battery?
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post #9 of 25
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Er.. I dont have a pack of batteries in my pocket.. how do I do that?
post #10 of 25
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Bump... This isn't going too well mad.gif
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