Blue Screen

Hello,

Firstly i am a newbie in computers..I have a problem from sometime regarding my pc..i am frequently getting blue screen errors and my pc crashes out randomly.. Please tell me how to attach and access dump files.. I've tried almost everything... Formatted, Updated Drivers, Removed hardware and tried seperately but it still exists..

My pc config
AMD Athlon II X2 250 - 3Ghz
ASUS M2N68 AM Motherboard
TRANSCEND 800Mhz DDR2 RAM - 2gb
SEAGATE HDD - 500GB
NVIDIA 9400GT 1GB GRAPHICS CARD (ZOTAC IS THE VENDOR)
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  1. Hi ronakgothi1 and welcome to Tom's forum.

    Di u try with another RAM?
  2. Yes i have tried with another 1GB Kingston RAM... But the problem still persists :(
  3. ronakgothi1 said:
    Yes i have tried with another 1GB Kingston RAM... But the problem still persists :(


    but did you leave the other RAM in when you did.?
    what size RAM sticks are you using.

    see, your getting memory errors so that is the problem.
    we just got to figure out an optimal fix becuase your going to have to get RAM($)..
  4. I was using 2GB Transcend RAM before... Then again used 1GB Kingston RAM seperately.. Got the same problem :(
  5. Oh, I see...
    i'm thinking, see the smoke.?! lol
  6. Rest the BIOS of your mobo, remove and install the GPU again. If u have the same problem I think that the mobo has a problem.
  7. ^+1
    good troubleshooting steps..
  8. ^^ As i have a Asus Mobo ..shall i use the Asus Update software to update my Mobo to a recent version?? or it is better to reset it?? (Reset Process plzz)
  9. rest it then update..
  10. Please can u tell me how to reset the Mobo
  11. where's you manual to the motherboard.?
  12. Can u confirm is you CPU is the Athlon II X2 250e? You can check that with CPU-Z.
  13. Yes it is AMD II X2 250 3ghz processor
  14. Is C3 revision right?
  15. what is your OS and how much RAM are you running now.?
    it says at first that you only have 2GB running, how much do you have right now and what's the configuration.?
    i need a fresh start..
  16. saint19 said:
    Is C3 revision right?

    Dunno abt it clearly

    verbalizer said:
    what is your OS and how much RAM are you running now.?
    it says at first that you only have 2GB running, how much do you have right now and what's the configuration.?
    i need a fresh start..


    using win 7 64bit... RAM is 2GB Transcend 800Mhz...
  17. for one with 64-bit you need to me 4GB and since you have a 2GB stick,
    the best thing is to buy 1 more stick of the exact same RAM and have 4GB(2x2GB) and run them in dual channel mode..
  18. If i run 32bit Version will it be fine then atleast?
  19. yes..
  20. Check this: http://img715.imageshack.us/img715/421/sa76g2athloniix2250unde.png

    Can you see the part that say "Stepping" and "Revison"?, let me know those numbers.
  21. saint19 said:
    Check this: http://img715.imageshack.us/img715/421/sa76g2athloniix2250unde.png

    Can you see the part that say "Stepping" and "Revison"?, let me know those numbers.


    I am away from home...Will check and tell when i am back..

    Thank you guys!
  22. saint19 said:
    Check this: http://img715.imageshack.us/img715/421/sa76g2athloniix2250unde.png

    Can you see the part that say "Stepping" and "Revison"?, let me know those numbers.


    Stepping is 2 and Revision is DA-C2 :)

    Btw i've just come to home guys :)
  23. Anyone to help me out guys?
  24. verbalizer said:
    for one with 64-bit you need to me 4GB and since you have a 2GB stick,
    the best thing is to buy 1 more stick of the exact same RAM and have 4GB(2x2GB) and run them in dual channel mode..


    Hi malmental,

    Do you mean to say that 64-bit OS requires 4GB or Ram?!
  25. ronakgothi1 said:
    Anyone to help me out guys?


    Sorry for the late reply.

    I checked the CPU support list for your mobo (here) and the Athlon II X2 250 C2 revision isn't in the list BUT the Athlon II X2 250 C3 revision is, so, should not be a problem.

    What BIOS version do you have?
  26. Have updated the BIOS version to the latest.. Dunno which one is it... I am attaching the last few dump files .. Please have a look at it

    Uploaded @ MU : http://www.megaupload.com/?d=RAG6VZ97
  27. Problem signature:
    Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
    OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
    Locale ID: 16393

    Additional information about the problem:
    BCCode: d1
    BCP1: 0000000000000008
    BCP2: 0000000000000002
    BCP3: 0000000000000001
    BCP4: FFFFF88005B450A4
    OS Version: 6_1_7600
    Service Pack: 0_0
    Product: 256_1

    Latest Error with Dump file:: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=RAG6VZ97
  28. My BIOS shows information as :

    Brand : American Megatrends
    Version : 1802
    Date : 06/10/2010
  29. Megaupload?

    Go to ASUS and download the latest available BIOS version.
  30. Megaupload link is for my dump file... uploaded on megaupload...

    and also updated my BIOS... Can anyone tell me what may be the problem?
  31. Problem signature:
    Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
    OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
    Locale ID: 16393

    Additional information about the problem:
    BCCode: a
    BCP1: 0000000000000000
    BCP2: 0000000000000002
    BCP3: 0000000000000001
    BCP4: FFFFF80002CCEF96
    OS Version: 6_1_7600
    Service Pack: 0_0
    Product: 256_1

    Latest error :( Please help me out!
  32. Did you tested the rig with another GPU?, if isn't RAM, GPU or HD the only way is the mobo.
  33. Had sent my GPU to service center sometime back... They replaced it with a newer GPU :)
  34. Guys help me out! these Bluescreen errors dont seem to decrease

    I have the recent 10+ bluescreen dumps which i am attaching with Megaupload

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=E9QGR45T

  35. Did you ever take the advice to upgrade RAM to 4Gb or are you now running the 32 bit version of W7? If the latter, can we assume the reinstallation made no difference to this problem?
  36. Quote:
    Did you do the mechanical mobo reboot? ( moving a pin connector on the mobo to restore default setings )


    No, Haven't done it yet but will try in a few hrs from now :)

    Did you ever take the advice to upgrade RAM to 4Gb or are you now running the 32 bit version of W7? If the latter, can we assume the reinstallation made no difference to this problem?


    I am running W7 64bit and i have tried this with 32bit too.. Didn't make any difference :)
  37. Have tried changing to W7 32bit too and also did the mech reboot of mobo... Doesn't Help!
  38. I can't think in other problem that mobo problem.
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