my laptop recently started restarting with the BSOD. I was updating windows and clicked on install on a browser extension for a game bp4free when the first crash and BSOD occurred. I tried the repair but it didnt work. Tried re-installing to a restore point and even to factory state with no success. It tells me it my graphic card. I have ATI MOBILITY RADEON 5850. I cant log into windows unless i enable it. Ive also tried uninstalling/reinstalling drivers with no avail. Am i gonna have to buy another graphic card?
Recently started playing Mass Effect 2 it was working fine for the first 30 mins. But when he wakes up and picks up his weapon the screen turns off and its becomes unresponsive and the speakers produce a high pitched sound and sometimes the GPU fan sound like it going at 100%. This also happens when I play GTA 4 and sometimes it happens when playing Skyrim.
Im having a problem here,that every time i play any bigger game (Games like Skyrim,Far Cry 3,Mafia II etc.) i get bluescreen.I suspect its because of my graphic card (Nvidia Geforce GT 540M,310.90 driver).Im not much into the topic of this kinda stuff,so i dont know what in the hell is going on.I tried switching to Intel HD Graphics Family card,but it lags like hell.Even though,no errors.
I have built a few computers over the years and this is the first one that has had an issue that has totally stumped me. I have built it for the parents. Now as far as i can tell everything is fine with the build, but the computer is randomly BSOD,especially when running the WINDOWS VERIFIER, to catch the error (BSOD on startup).I have used a program to analyze the results of the Verifier and this is the result:
On Wed 5/23/2012 9:14:30 AM GMT your computer crashed crash dump file: C:Windowsmemory.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: ndisrd.sys (ndisrd+0x266E) Bugcheck code: 0xC4 (0x40, 0x0, 0xFFFFF9800ED66C50, 0x0) Error: DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION
I built a computer about a month ago and ever since the first attempt to install windows it has been giving me blue screens. The computer is working someone fine most of the time now, but still has a daily to twice a day blue screen error. I have done everything that google has said (Memtest, driver updates, HDD diagnostics, BIOS update, check registry, scan for virus, etc.)
The OS is crashing when viewing a flick in TVU Player. So far, this is the only time this occurs, I can watch a variety of other video apps without any problem (knock on wood). What I did find searching seemed to point to a general concensus that the root of the problem was the Nvidia driver, but those posts were over a year old, and I would hope that Nvidia would have gotten it straight by now.
The process mentioned in the BSODs is nvlddlkm.sys, which obviously is part of the nvidia drivers. I'm currently using the latest Nvidia driver, and it didn't sound like going back to an older driver was likely a solution.
Since this appears to only effect TVU Player, one might think that it is the culprit, but I have tried several different versions of it without an improvement. Bottom line is whether anyone has any relevant suggestions, other than just stabbing in the dark?
Just updated to Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit (from Vista Home 64bit) and installed all drivers for every little component but my graphics card is giving me serious problemsAt startup, it will about 60% of the time give me BSOD, and I apologize for no dump info but I can't find how to get it. The error code is a 0x00000116 and everything is telling me I need a new driver but I have the latest version and there are very few Nvidia drivers to choose from
I have had this issue for a while but only recently did I realise that it has resulted in a BSOD, before I when the display had gone I had just rebooted the machine. However after leaving it for a minute or two it BSOD'd and I finally got to see an error to start debugging this problem!
This error occurs seemingly randomly when I am playing games on my EyeFinity setup (Three Monitors), sometimes I can play a game solidly for 5 hours with no problem. or I can start a game and get this error almost instantly. This has lead me to believe that it isn't an issue with a specific game as it happens with pretty much all of them.
The BSOD is STOP 0x00000116 atikmpag.sys
Attached is the dump from SF_Diagnostic_Tool (What an awesome idea).
And here is my system specs: Windows 7 x64 AMD Phenom II X6 1090T MSI 890FXA-GD70 Crucial Ballistix 4x2GB Radeon HD 5870 Asus Xonar DS 1TB Seagate 7200.12 OCZ 700W Thermaltake 2500RPMx2 HP 17" Monitors x3 (EyeFinity)
I've encountered this crash around 6 times in the last few days, always when running games: Star Trek Online [throuh Steam], Neverwinter Nights 2 [through Steam] and Sid Meiers Pirates.I have filled in as many of the system details as I can to the profile - if more are needed, please tell me how to get the information.I also attach reports from CPU-Z, the Minidump and what I can from SF Diag Tool.The most recent changes I have made to my computer are: Defragmentation C drive. Windows 7 defrag. 10 passes. 22/04/12 approx 1400-1800GMT Uninstall multiple games 22/04/12Install driver for Logitech N305 Wireless NumberPad approx 5/04/12 [This component works correctly]It's been suggested that it may be a fault with the GPU - apparently, the driver from it was last updated 29/07/09. I'd prefer not to fiddle with it until we're sure that that caused the problem, which first arose around a month ago.
I needed to reinstall windows on my laptop, but I had to recover some files from the hard drive, so I took the hard drive out and connected it to my desktop PC. I installed the windows on the hard drive using my desktop PC too, because the laptops DVD ROM doesn't work anymore. I successfully installed windows on it, everything worked. I put the hard drive back in the laptop, booted the laptop and it popped up a BSOD saying:Check for viruses on your computer. Remove any newly installed hard drive controllers. Check your hard drive to make sure it is properly configured and terminated. Run CHKDSK/F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer.Technical information:***STOP 0x00000073(OXFC8D3640), 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000
so lately ive been getting BSOD all the time,i cant play a game more than 15 min before i get BSOD, and when im surfing it takes a little bit longer but after an hour or two of doing NOTHINg on the computer, i still get bluescreen. i dont know what to do, i think its the graphic card that is messing with me. because if i touch it, i almost get burnt, its really hot. error code is stop: 0x00000124 (0x0000000000000000, 0xfffffa8007c9c028, 0x00000000f2000000, 0x00000000002008f) ive never posted here, nor do i know alot about this
It seems i have narrowed down my issue that I have been dealing with for it seems like months now. Well essentially my system will reboot anytime it sits for an extended period of time (about 15 to 20 Minutes). My computer will go into standby mode. I do have it set for my computer to never sleep but only my screens. I have followed the BSOD instructions and do and those to attach to this post. Here is the additional information regarding this problem... Is Windows 7 . . . - x86 (32-bit) or x64 ? - x64 - the original installed OS on the system? Yes - an OEM or full retail version?Full retail version - What is the age of system (hardware)? Eh, varies video cards about a year old, memory and hardrives are about the same length of time. Chip is fairly new within a few months. - What is the age of OS installation (have you re-installed the OS?) OS was freshly reinstalled on 11/17/2011. All drivers for all pieces of hardware in my machine have had the newest drivers updated, including my video cards. I have also done the BIOS update for both of my video cards available from Palit. Oddly enough i can play Starcraft II for hours and no issue with rebooting... only when it sits for an extended period of time as mentioned earlier.
I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit on an HP desktop purchased in January 2010 from a retail store. The OS came pre-installed on the machine and I have never re-installed it.I had been getting a BSOD maybe once a month for about a year. Now I've been getting a BSOD maybe once a week. They occur at random times, so I can't point to one activity that is causing them.Blue Screen View says the most recent 0x00000116 error was caused by dxgkrnl.sys. I recently updated the driver for my ATI Radeon HD 4600 Series card. It seems like every time I've had a BSOD, it's had something to do with my graphics card, but I'm not tech savvy enough to be able figure out if that's the case.I should point out that I just updated DirectX 9.0 and ran the OCCT GPU stress test and got no errors. I also ran the Memtest86 overnight for seven passes and got no errors
I've been getting the BSOD sporadically for quite some time now and I am finally fed up. Here is the Stop error information:
Problem signature: Problem Event Name:BlueScreen OS Version:6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3 Locale ID:1033 I've attached the dump file referenced above.
Here are some details on my machine: Gateway DX4300 AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 810 Processor 2.60 GHz 8GB RAM Windows 7 - 64-bit, full-retail Hardware purchased in 2010, Windows 7 upgrade occurred early 2011. Also, there are a ton of files in my minidump in addition to the one attached, is this normal?
My computer has been working fine for almost a year now, and the BSOD just started two days ago while playing Skyrim. I thought it was just Skyrim, so I stopped playing that and just left it for a while. Today, my computer got the BSOD during normal flash gaming, and then again 30 or so minutes later when I was trying to post here.
Info: Problem signature: Problem Event Name:BlueScreen OS Version:6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3 Locale ID:1033
My laptop was left on yesterday with numerous firefox tabs open (x20) for various websites, although no one was using the computer and this is a regular occurrence without fault until yesterday. I'd gone out fishing and noticed the BSOD and took this photo of the screen showing the full error as "stop 0x0000007A (0xc0487688, 0x3e5898c0, 0x96ed7e3e)"
I had altered the BSOD settings in the past to stop the laptop from restarting in order to have time to take note of the error codes in case of future failures, although I hadn't had any BSOD for over a year. The previous BSOD's were 0x000000d1 (netwLv32.sys) and 0x0000007e (Volsnap.sys), unlike those BSOD's, the one shown in the photo doesn't have a description other than the error code.
I had turned off the laptop while in BSOD, having completed dumping physical memory; subquent restarts were only reaching here followed promptly by a black screen with the flashing white underscore, which I could escape by alt+Ctrl+delete. At one point the laptop did load and somehow I was able to access System recovery options and selected startup repair, which I viewed the log prior to restarting and everything completed successfully and although I did restart the computer, I haven't been able to proceed further than the initial loading window or the defaulting black screen that follows.
I've tried running the BIOS setup utility, with the hard disk self test diagnostics, though this failed each time.
Not able to provide any debug logs until I can proceed further. Have the windows 7 back up DVD disc, but not sure if my DVD drive is playing up, as when I push ESC and enter into the boot menu selecting the Atapi cd/DVD rom drive, it only goes to the prior mentioned black screen and remains there long after 5 mins. The disc drive is heard to be working if the disc is within, though nothing results on the screen. I had recalled some difficulty prior to this BSOD with the CD/DVD rom, having decided it was either only a driver or possibly registry error or required itunes reinstall, as afterwards having successfully read a music cd with itunes.
I don't think I have the windows recovery discs or system restore discs, as I tried some I thought were these, but nothing occurred and I figure they must be from when I tested the windows 7 beta or W7RC or such. So only have the legit Windows 7 back up disc (32 & 64 bits), which I was running 32 bit. Only twice has it shown up "Press any key to boot from disc", although there was no response and it doesn't always reach this prompt.
I have a Toshiba Qosmio F60 notebook that recently started with the following BSoD:0x000000D1 DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUALIt happens completely random and I have tried the Hotifx and instructions from Microsoft's KB article 977067.We have not made any recent driver updates or hardware changes. Machine specs are as follows:Machine is approximately 12 months old. System is installed with the original OEM nstallation. Windows 7 Pro x646.00 GB RAMIntel Q740 i7 1.73 GHz750 GB HDD
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2430M CPU @ 2.40GHz 8GB RAMnvidia gt 540m (updated to latest driver that was available on their website)Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1it is also an OEM version.I received a BSOD with stop error 0x0000003B when playing an online game. I've played this game many times on this laptop without this error up till now. I've attached the mini dump file in this post but i did not attach the perfmon /report however because I would receive an error saying that the data collection has timed out.
upgrade my system from Windows XP Pro SP3. The setup starts and gets past creating a user account, setting a computer name etc and then restarts and looks like Windows 7 is going to startup and then I get a BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH with:
STOP: C000021a [Fatal System Error}
The intial session process or system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0x00000000 (0xC0000001 0x00100400)
It then mentions about dumping the memory out to disk and reboots. If i press F8 and attempt to boot SAFE MODE I get a requester saying that setup cannot be completed in Safe Mode. If try the startup recovery the first time it says it fixed a problem and wants to restart again but it has fixed nothing. Next time the startup recovery just runs and doesn't appear to finish.
I have run the Windows Memeory Diagnostic within the setup and memory checks out fine. I initially thought the onboad audio chipset was the issue and disabled that but it made no difference. I did get one successful installation but it eventually crashed and burned with the same error after approximately 12 hours.
Random computer lockup to BSOD at random times while playing games in fullscreen mode. I've updated my video drivers with a full uninstall with driver sweeper but the crashes continue. I've also run a memory test and believe that my memory is fine.
My ATI HD3870 video card wont work...Upon downloading the windows 7 ATI CCC it informs me that there has been an error installing the driver...only for it to actually show up in the device manager as working, but then when I try to restart to set my MOBO to use it, I get a BSOD from atikmdag.sys
error code 0x00000116
my Realtek AC'97 on-board audio card was working until reboot just like in another thread on this forum. At this point, however, isn't even showing up on the unknown devices list, nor ANYWHERE else on the Device Manager...
Also there's an unrecognized and unsupported piece of hardware on my mobo (ACPIAWY0001.....WTF is this thing!?) I cant even begin to find drivers that might go to it for Win7x64
can anyone offer fixes for these problems? or should I just go back to vistax32? at least everything worked on there...
I have been getting BSOD errors whenever booting into regular mode. Safe mode is fine (I have tweaked the registry so I have sound in safe mode) My system specs are in my profile, but used Winaudit for full specs. The winaudit report in formatted text is too big for an attachment. I have 2 attachments to this post, including zipped up minidumps. Could my registry tweak for sound have something to do with this? Perfmon /report was run, but it says:
An error occured while attempting to generate the report. The system cannot find the path specified.
I just recently re-seated my graphics card from the slave to the master slot in hopes it would fix my graphics card issues but it didn't and I've received this new error.I have attached a couple minidumps below. [CODE]
I have built a computer almost exactly to the one that they had built for Jeff on Tested.com. Everything seemed to install fine and run smoothly. Recently, I have been getting BSODs and they seem to be somewhat random. Usually when I am watching movies/streaming online/listening to music in Zune or iTunes. I don't really understand why this is happening. I have been looking around the internet and many people say that memory could be the problem but I have tested it with the windows memory test tool, all results have come back with no errors. I for some reason cannot Memtest to run.
All of these components are less than days old, bought new and put straight into this build. Keep getting a BSOD so I guess I'll try to give as much information as I can and hopefully someone can give me a hand.It's also worth noting that it seems to occur more frequently while playing Star Wars the Old Republic but has also occurred while not doing so. [code]