AoA.....I am experiencing frequent BSODs....e.g. i simply lock windows with no background load (except the boot processes).,..when I check after 4 hours or so, I get these BSODs...
any help on this regard will be highly appreciated...
2*4GB Corsair value 1333
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (no updates installed, fresh)
did you overclocked your processor? if so revert to stock settings and see....run prime95 for 1 hour atleast
Get your Ram's checked,are you running your 2500K at its own default speed?
Use memtest86 to check RAMS individually and also do what faheem has said.
Also, an awesome pc on THAT monitor :O
Bhallu Dies, Fergie Retires :(
RAMs nikaalo, and put them into each other's slot. It might work fine then. I also got a lot of BSODs before doing this.
BAGHI DOESN'T SHARE FOOD!
Mere bhaiyon, oh mere pyare bhaiyon. Prime95 aur memtest suggest karnay walon, jab PC chall hi nahin raha, Windows load pe hi stuck hai.. HOW THE HELL WE CAN RUN THOSE WINDOW APPS?
Koi jadoo hai to batao?
Aur OP. Do what Faheem (in starting lines) and Shary suggested. If you still face the same issue, try reassembling your PC and start from the scratch.
Who told you memtest is a windows app? He has another pc/laptop hence typing this. I'm sure he has enough brains to download memtest and install it in a usb from that pc, or does he.
Also, I dont think its a RAM issue. Try checking your hard drive on another pc. Also try if you can get into safe mode :
The error code KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR STOP: 0x0000007A states that the requested page of kernel data from the paging file could not be read into memory. It appears that there are some issues with the hard disk.
Use check disk command for any errors on hard disk -
Warning: Microsoft does not recommend interrupting the CHKDSK process. Microsoft does not guarantee the integrity of the disk if the CHKDSK program is interrupted. For safety you can back up your data before using the check disk command.
Use the check disk commands as follows:
1. Click Start.
2. In search window type 'cmd' and ENTER. Right click and select 'Run as administrator'.
3. Type at the command prompt CHKDSK /P and press ENTER to scan the disk.
4. Then type CHKDSK C: /F /R and press ENTER to repair corrupt sectors, if there are any.
NOTE: The root drive has to be C: and the command may schedule a task at the system startup, if it does, then press Y to schedule a task and restart the computer to perform chkdsk.
Once chkdsk completes, boot to the desktop and then check.
You may refer to the below mentioned link for more details -
Hope this helps. Let us know the results.
Last edited by AbbY; 29-09-11 at 04:12 AM.
remove rams, change slots. solves 90% od such issues
BAGHI DOESN'T SHARE FOOD!
Oh, I was mistaken then...
hey thanks for the replies...ill try them...just a clarification...i can log into windows....and unless the system stays idle...i havent seen a BSOD i.e. while working i havent its only if i leave it for a few hrs that BSOD occurs....secondly....all setting are stock...no processor relatede settings disturbed in BIOS/EFI
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also abt the RAM swapping suggestion...do you mean to move them from lets say A1, B1 to A2,B2, or put A1 in B1 and vice versa?
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