random PC freezing and BSOD New costum PC BSOD's Freezes and reboots randomly Can't find your answer ? I had to change DRAM configurations (not just timings), and I changed LLC to Level 2. The time now is 04:20 PM. And, no I haven't touched my bios settings apart from turning off the Intel turbo boost thing. have a peek here
Even when idle (I left the computer on and went to sleep to several hours), it did not freeze. I am at home now, and installing the debugger tools, to check out the dump file. No response from keyboard or mouse and requires a hard reboot. kraken2109Member Since: January 26, 2009Posts: 13271kraken2109FollowForum Posts: 13271Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#19 Posted by kraken2109 (13271 posts) - 3 years, 10 months agoRandom crashes are often faulty ram, here
Should I just deactivate and download? I was just about to come back and post and bring good news. If we rule out driver/software related problem I would bet on the motherboard. Plus my comp is running smooth AnonymousAug 21, 2010, 1:17 AM Well I spoke too soon just froze up again and the critical is kernal power again event id 41 aford10Aug
So this leaves the MOBO, CPU and PSU, I would assume CPU and PSU problems would show itself differently. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get Yeah, I normally go with Asus, or if I must, Gigabyte. Memtest86+ Someone at another forum suggested it could be theSamsung SM951 as boot-drive, thoughts on that?
Should I be concerned that swap is being used on a host with nearly 40GB of free memory? You can safely monitor the voltages using a VOM meter connected to the various outputconnectors that supply voltage to your computer'shardware. Stop the "Server" service and change it to be run "Manually". http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1767700/freezing-randomly-bsod.html Quote: Originally Posted by TeKraken Motherboards can have 6 (and more) layers of tracks hidden from sight within the thin board.
Ask ! Memtest Windows 10 If not, check here.http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/32860-12-resending-confirmation-emailYou may need to check your SPAM filter. BSOD Help and Support PC Randomly BSOD or FreezesHi I could you some help i have a PC that started going crazy it will randomly freeze or do a BSOD i Hope you figure it out.
Used registry tool but it couldn't get rid of 5 errors that went up to 9. https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/42255-random-computer-freezing-need-hard-restart-after-freezing-no-bsod.html The first DWORD in the Data section contains the error code. Computer Crashes Without Bsod Often times, it freezes up when the computer is idle too. Windows 10 Crash No Blue Screen See page 23 of your manual for allowed memory configurations.
kraken2109Member Since: January 26, 2009Posts: 13271kraken2109FollowForum Posts: 13271Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#24 Posted by kraken2109 (13271 posts) - 3 years, 10 months ago[QUOTE="kraken2109"]Hey guys can I join the navigate here I posted on skydrive http://cid-87b4120880cfa342.office.live.com/browse.aspx/.Public?uc=1. Thanks for your help. ---------- Post added 2012-01-03 at 02:59 AM ---------- Oh, forgot to add. already checked 95Viper said: ↑ What OS and AV?If it is windows 7 and AVG 9, they had some problems (its seems) show up at one time, per the net. Memtest64
Copy and paste the entire contents of that text into your next reply.Bruce. There is only a lower-frequency (1033) and smaller memory (2gb) version there. Fresh windows install, fresh hardware, and passes IBT and memtest. Check This Out The malformed string is 7554.
I decided to just kick the voltage up to 1.3v @ 4.3GHz. Session "readyboot" Stopped Due To The Following Error: 0xc0000188 I will run offset after I find a stable voltage. hehe. I've started a new overclock with 1.255v @ 4.2GHz. Prime95 is running smooth so far. I'll do some intel burn test afterwards.Elann2008 once you get your overclock stable on this
STORE COMMUNITY ABOUT SUPPORT Steam Users' Forums > Steam Discussions > Hardware and Operating Systems Newly built PC freezes and shuts down, no blue screen errors. Freshly Build Win7 -64bit Computer Blue Screens or freezes randomly. Jan 10, 2010 at 12:18 AM #4 Homeless Joined: Sep 14, 2005 Messages: 1,037 (0.25/day) Thanks Received: 112 Location: USA temp02 said: ↑ Sometimes, a properly grounded wall socket can solve Windows 10 Freezes Randomly Psu could be giving you dirty power which might need to be replaced.
Also, I tried disabling C1E, it still freezed. Turns out this Asrock Mobo is pretty good. Will run the 3rd stick next, but if that also produces similar errors, and all for the hammer test, should I start assuming a motherboard problem? http://gagc.net/windows-10/bsod-at-random-time-with-what-appears-to-be-random-error-codes.php Goodluck.
How do I figure out why?1Windows vista freezes, BSOD-1Windows 7 crashes and freezes randomly0Freezes, Crashing Programs, Graphics Glitches, and occasional BSOD after Windows 8.1 upgrade1Computer locks up at random with no Made sure to start everything fresh.but you didn't load the defaults after the update? I turn it on and after 3 or so minutes of random activity it just freezes or gives me a blue screen error. Is your video driver Windows 7 compatible or just a Vista driver?
I've find the cheaper motherboard often have a hard time sustaining higher clocks or don't allow you enough control to get a good overclock.