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Crash memory dumps BSOD w/ ASUS P8p67 Deluxe and I-2600k, Win 7 Pro

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May 14, 2013 8:26:00 AM

I have an IBuypower build from Mar 2011 with the first "fixed" sandy bridge mobo, according to ASUS. My s/n is not affected by the driver issues with the first P8P67 boards, but I suspect that I am having SATA stability issues resulting in more frequent BSOD. I have not always had this problem, that is why I suspect degraded HW. I have had various issues with this PC, though, and have replaced (through IBuypower, which was great, btw), the:

1. Corsair Vengeance - 8GB (I have since updated to 16GB) - memory diagnostics look good w/ 10 passes.

2. Have replaced the primary HD twice. Was ADATA 64GB SSD Sata-3, replaced with another ADATA. Still no luck and suspected that 64GB was too small for the OS, so updated to Intel SSD 235 GB (or so) - still Sata 3. I have updated the SATA drivers from the latest ASUS, and have also swapped driver slots between the marvell and intel slots. Does not seem to make a difference. I am currently using both 6 GB/sec slots (marvell and intel) for my primary hard drive (intel SSD), and secondary hard drive - Hitachi 2TB Stata 3 64MB (sata 2 backward compatible). This is the second Hitachi, also... the initial one was replaced as well.

3. Graphics 561T 2GB - single card (no crossfire). This card had driver problems along the way but seem to be OK now. I have used various driver revisions with the replaced card, and that does not make a difference w/ the blue screens. The main problem I had with this card was that firefox would crash. It seems there was an issue with timing that caused windows to think there was an issue and windows closed the app. (that is what I recall, anyway)

4. I have used various configurations of SATA ports with my hard drives and checked the power supply as well.

THIS IS WHAT I AM LEFT WITH:
1. There really IS a SATA driver failure on my P8P67 Deluxe which seems to cause what is behaving like a stability issue.
2. The intel i7-2600K might be bad? I do not know how to isolate this...
3. My windows version may have some incompatibilities... I have a 64bit windows. but my drivers seem to download at 32bit for whatever reason. Don't know why that is...

Any help would be appreciated! I have crash dump files, and can upload them if someone tells me how...

The only other obscure suggestion I have seen relates to the voltage setting in the bios... way past my knowledge base to mess with the bios unless clear direction. Might fit a stability scenario, though...

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May 14, 2013 9:48:11 AM

fix firefox This is some standard guidance that addresses the most common issues:
(1) Disable hardware graphics acceleration in Firefox and in Flash
(A) In Firefox, un-check the box here and restart:
orange Firefox button or classic Tools menu > Options > Advanced > General > "Use hardware acceleration when available"
(B) In Flash, see this support article from Adobe: http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/video-playback-i...
(2) Disable protected mode (Win Vista & Win 7 & maybe Win 8)

1. SATA error cause unstable try change other cable SATA
2. not bat
3. go ASUS win7 64

good luck
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May 14, 2013 11:14:34 AM

henydiah said:
fix firefox This is some standard guidance that addresses the most common issues:
(1) Disable hardware graphics acceleration in Firefox and in Flash
(A) In Firefox, un-check the box here and restart:
orange Firefox button or classic Tools menu > Options > Advanced > General > "Use hardware acceleration when available"
(B) In Flash, see this support article from Adobe: http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/video-playback-i...
(2) Disable protected mode (Win Vista & Win 7 & maybe Win 8)

1. SATA error cause unstable try change other cable SATA
2. not bat
3. go ASUS win7 64

good luck


I stopped using Firefox - the current problem is unrelated to Firefox or Flash or graphics card. I am not even online when it crashes - could be starting an application. It crashed 3x today alone, once when I was just running CC cleaner. Have tried different SATA cables, as well...
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