Solved: Random Bsods 0x3b And 0x50 And 0x0a And 0x1a
More information... My hard drive is 160GB my memory is 1GB. Post the results in your next post; do not start a new thread. I dint know the other SIGMATEL driver's name before u t Jump to content MOBO | RAM | CPU | HDD | SSD | Desktops | Laptops Existing user? this contact form
For who wants quick specs: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T (stock clock = 2.8GHz, last good config = 3.8GHz) Motherboard: Asus M4A87TD/USB3 Evo stuff. I cant access windows at all to run any of the other diagnostics or changes suggested. It's quite expensive to change motherboard. PSU is fine by the way at 12.38v.
Edit - Nope, that didn't work either, just tried to launch BF3. only one device using this IRQ. Anthony on Tue, 18th Aug 2009 1:30 pm @erik - It could be a I/O address or memory range conflict as well, not necessarily Hopefully I wont have to mess around with the bios. Neil on Fri, 7th Aug 2009 3:50 pm This is a really useful site - thanks. Going to check on that.
Seems like when Im messing (copy & paste to diff. Then after rebooting a few minutes later I got the 1st bsod and then the 2nd. The internet connection would not cause such errors, unless you have problems with your network controller. Press F2 during startup to get into the Bios and then check the startup or boot settings.
May this be a possible solution? Anthony Rose on Mon, 22nd Jun 2009 7:00 pm What do you do if the BSOD flashes too fast for you to see and then automatically reboots again and again You could see if a bios update is available, but it might be time for an upgrade… Anthony Henry on Mon, 20th Jul 2009 8:31 am HI, I have this read this post here Welcome, !!
Subscribe Search This Thread « Previous1234Next » Start a New Thread post #1 of 34 9/12/12 at 1:30pm Thread Starter Tarnix Programmer Joined: Aug 2012 Location: Joliette (Canada) What cards did you have before? #17 loveha Omnipotent Enthusiast Total Posts : 10169 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2009/09/26 01:51:22Location: Beulah Michigan Status: online Ribbons : 56 Re:Random BSOD 116 Try MagicDisc instead, that I know works for sure. Should I have received a positive or negative follow-up report?
Recent Images In This Thread View all Featured SponsorsSponsor ShowcasesAsusIn WinAquatuningFeenixView MoreSelect OneAquatuningAsusFeenixIn WinSound Blaster Topics Discussed categoryAMD Motherboardstagged by System, 10/1/12productAMD Phenom II X6 1055T Processor (HDT55TFBGRBOX)tagged by System, Frequent and Frustrating to Fix 15 Jul 2012 #1 RemielScarlet Windows 7 Ultimate x64 4 posts 0x0a & 0x1a BSODs. Also CPU-NB Voltage? Please help!
I've attached ur diagnostic tool dump below. weblink If you did not already, also run a virus check to rule out a virus as the cause. Once the blue screen of death is shown, you can check the meaning of the STOP error code. Is there a way to still use memtest86 without the floppy for example like memory sticks and usbs?
Amd Athlon II X3 435 CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMCore i5 2320Intel DH67BLSapphire R9 285Corsair 8GB (4x2) Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCoolingKingston HyperX Fury 240GB WD Blue 1TBSeagate Barracuda 500GBNoctua NH-C14SCoolingOSMonitorPowerNoctua NF-A140*2Windows 10 Pro (TP)LG 22" In windows 7 right click the extracted file, select Open With, then select Windows Disc Image Burning Tool then follow the prompts. Last code was 0*000000C5, before that just shutdowns, before that o…8E, before that - 0…7F. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-random/solved-random-pop-ups-again.html This tool is widely used even by PC technicians to automatically remove Windows errors and fix the damaged system.
Its going to be a process of elimination to find this one. Many thanks video help | post reply | read more Frequent BSOD, without pattern, 0x50, 0xa, 0x1a and many more location: 7forums.com - date: May 15, 2013 Hello, Link to my It works fine on all other machines though.
Motherboard: SABERTOOTH 990FX Processor: AMD FX 4100 (Speed 3.6Ghz) RAM: 16GB GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 And of course there's the file attachment containing my crash dumps.
http://www.memtest.org/#downiso (there's an app for making usb keys into memtest test key) I don't POST at stock CPU clock. Any ideas before I start buying new mem, MoBd, & HD? Status: offline Ribbons : 7 Re:Random BSOD 116 SLI 2012/04/09 10:22:29 (permalink) Nice find! The most common cause of blue screen errors In reality, the most common cause of blue screen errors is a device driver problem.
This should help if you have enough time to spot the BSOD code. Originally Posted by overclocker23578 BSOD Codes for LGA 1155 Sandy Bridge 0x124 = add/remove vcore or When game went to open, computer crashed. Event System- The COM+ Event System detected a bad return code during its internal processing. his comment is here The 600 watt power supply is quite adequate, considering that you are running only one hard disk.
Yes it seems that Anthony have missed some errors , but anyway really useful post. Anthony on Mon, 6th Jul 2009 6:14 pm @Bobby - Blue screen errors are as Dun know why that exclamatory sign came!! For example: CD C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 8.0 DEL *.* This would remove all Acrobat Reader program files, so it could not run anymore. Its going to be a process of elimination to find this one.
Warning-Time-Service- NtpClient was unable to set a manual peer to use as a time source because of DNS resolution error on ‘time.windows.com,0x9′. Haven't received registration validation E-mail? Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. It cam be the memory, so run a memory test to check for that.
So again, bad drivers, both cards work fine by themselves, so I know it's not the cards.