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Thread Starter 
First time I have ever gotten this BCCode. Usually i end up with a 124, and with some voltage tinkering it goes away, but after searching the net for a while, haven't come up with any good answers. Anyone have any ideas?

Rig in question is my sig, its at 3.3, ht on, 21x multiplier, 160 bclock, idle temps are 4° above ambient, and wasn't doing anything intensive. Just browsing the web and then BSOd. Any more info, just ask.


Problem signature:
Problem Event Name:BlueScreen
OS Version:6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID:1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode:3d
BCP1:FFFFF80000B9BF70
BCP2:0000000000000000
BCP3:0000000000000000
BCP4:FFFFF80002ACE481
OS Version:6_1_7600
Service Pack:0_0
Product:768_1
post #2 of 3
INTERRUPT_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED; do you know if you were getting that message? If this is the case then the was most likely caused by hardware or device driver issue.

First thing I would do is use IBT to test your RAM and see if there are any errors with them. After that if it shows positive try running the test with each individual stick to find out which is the faulty one.

When you run it.
- Answer N to the first question about error detection correction.
- Then Pick the first option for maximum stress. This will test as much of the memory at one time as it can.
- Then at the next prompt Enter 10 for the number of times to test.

If your system is stable at the hardware level it will make it through all 10 loops and the last set of numbers on each line will be exactly the same.
If it blue screens or crashes and anyway or if the numbers at the end of the line do not match then your hardware is not stable.


I would make sure you have the latest motherboard and GFX drivers installed as well. Never know what could be causing this. Sounds like RAM to me though as since you were stressing anything else.
post #3 of 3
Thread Starter 
Yeah, I was trying to tighten my ram timings up some, and dropped them lower then normal. Then brought them back up to a more stable level, and still got BS'd.

Ill run that test when I get a chance, but Im just to busy right now. Thanks for the advise.

I also just updated my BIOS, and that actually made my system more stable. Then I started to tweak things a bit tighter and higher, and all was going fine, and then BS's and then the whole thing seemed to come unraveled.
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