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I have 28 of these installed and was going to install more but I don't think so now... 0 Jalapeno OP Steve Allen Jun 18, 2015 at 7:36 crankypenguin View Public Profile Find More Posts by crankypenguin 13 Oct 2013 #6 Factionite Windows 7 Ultimate 6 posts I remember updating the firmware for my SSD (Mushkin), Re: Intel i5 6600K random lockup Freeze or BSOD... forever. check over here

About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up These occur during normal operations and I cannot identify a culprit that would be the cause. Then split the 1TB up for multimedia (movies, music) and then another partition for my graphic design portfolio and stuff and then what's left I have set as a Backup.My question The systems on the surface look to be running fine but they are no longer on the network and they stopped writing to the event log. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/308111-random-bsod-lockups.html

This is done by: --> right clicking on "Computer" from the start menu --> Select "Properties" --> Select "Advanced System Settings" --> Select the "Advanced" Tab --> Select the "Startup and If that paste is too dried up or on places it is not supposed to be or not enough or not allowing a conductive heat connection between the processor and the Doing this thoroughly will greatly reduce the ventilation and reduce heat.

You mentioned updating the video card driver, but none else. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 8. You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Now that we have taken care of error reporting we can configure a Windows driver verifier utility called verifier.exe.

Sadly, it is not a recent occurrence. –Scott Mitchell Dec 10 '10 at 18:50 correct. The memory? Windows 7 home premium, fully updated. 7870 2gb amd graphics card. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/29800-63-random-restart-bsod-lockups-gaming I saw that you ran Memtest and while that is great it doesn't necessarily rules out memory as being suspect.

That's why I'm leaning towards Bios or driver issues (like its not recognizing the SSD properly when reformating the drive) My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Ultimate CPU After reading crucials forums this seems like it's actually a common problem that the drives stop working.... I'm also happy about that because it would be unfixable (by me). Can't figure this one out.

  1. And when my computer restarts it would give the error NTLDR missing.
  2. Thank You for any help, BSOD Help and Support Random Lockups...HARD lockupsOk, so I built a friend a Core i7 920 based system.
  3. You manually restart the computer which resets the controller on the SSD and you are backup an running.This is a fairly common issue, because some SATA controllers or driver combination may

So I booted into Safe Mode and uninstalled Daemon Tools and was surprised that this was the fix for weeks of BSODs, system freezes and crashes. I just want to make sure I do it wisely this time around if I've been doing something stupid all along up until now. Sometimes when i turn the system on the system locks up just before it gets passed the asus gate logo or when the Windows 7 logo appears it freezes. I also forgot I had an external WD that one of the pin's for the power bent and broke so instead of buying a new power supply, I figured I had

Sometimes I can change the boot to my regular harddrive and it would work fine, other times, it still crashes randomly and changes the boot drive. check my blog Some people mentioned trying to swap out your video card and I agree. Try another monitor cable.Run a Virus Scan (eg Avast, Malwarebytes)Go into Control Panel, Device manager and make sure every device is running properly and that its drivers are up to date.Then By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks.

To test this theory, you'll need an accurate voltmeter and some basic electrical skills, but given how useful a spare power supply is I would be tempted to just swap it Typically, lockups happen once every few days. Also check your windows System and Application event logs for errors. (control pannel -> Administrative tools -> Computer management -> Event viewer) Be sure to have all your important data backed http://aurdev.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-s.html Unable to create dump file, no BSOD Random system freezes | BSOD's with no dump file Kernel data inpage error bsod I really need help not generating dump files?

Try your GPU in another PC. Please help! Post the results - usually 3 screenshots in TinyPic or similar.

Once you log in the machine, you get a black screen /w a spinning mouse cursor ...

Mike MillsNov 15, 2011, 8:26 AM I cannot help other than to commisserate.I am getting BSOD during gaming and ONLY during gaming. The troubleshooting steps I have tried so far are as follows:- Re installed Win 8.1 64-Bit- Replaced motherboard with RMA- Replaced PSU with RMA- Ran both dskchk and seatools on HDD Please help Computer Freezes Randomly!!! Please refer to them as well, as they may also help you in your search for the issue.

If it only show up with one OS, and not another, then it's most likely software. –chris Dec 12 '10 at 19:09 1 @chris: The problem has been around since It happens when the game is shifting from one location to another (within the game's "world").My latest theory is this - the data rate from the solid state drive is incompatible Saw to run harddrive check, harddrive is not dirty and has no errors, ran it 3 times. http://aurdev.com/random-bsod/getting-random-bsod.html I also uninstalled and removed driver software for my GPU, SoundBlaster, and GPU and waited for windows to find and reinstall, but issue persisted.

Would opting out of catered lunch be taken poorly? sahafiec Apr 1, 2016 6:24 AM (in response to Ronin) actually they all should work as long as they stick to Intel's XMP design rules and specifications.but what if Intel is I tried using the shortcut when I first set it up and the computer crashed as it was supposed to. windows-7 freeze hardware-failure nvidia-graphics-card share|improve this question edited Mar 16 '16 at 7:38 Hennes 52.7k780125 asked Dec 10 '10 at 17:11 Scott Mitchell 1271721 first word that comes to

They had standard mechanical disks for 2-3 years before upgrading to the SSD's and I never had an issue with drives freezing. share|improve this answer answered Dec 10 '10 at 17:52 chris 4,175145277 I'm not exactly sure what you are suggesting here? –KronoS Dec 10 '10 at 17:54 If It sounds like you're passing the buck to Intel or anything other than your product. That one should have increase voltage also and I see that you have it on standard voltage...It seems that either your mainboard is not setting correct voltages for the memory you