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Blue screen of death when loading Ntune

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April 23, 2008 2:11:24 PM

Hi. I recently bought myself a new computer with Vista x64. I am using a BFG 8800GTS 512.

When i install Ntune it seems to work fine for the first time the program is open, however after a reboot and loading up the program again i get the BSOD. After searching google i have seen it is an issue suffered by not just me, however i have seen no fixes as of yet. I have downloaded and installed the latest drivers for my video card.

Any tips or help that anyone can give me?

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April 23, 2008 2:43:08 PM

E8400
4GB 6400 OCZ Reaper
640GB WD HDD
BFG 8800GTS 512
Corsair 620W PSU
Antec P-182 case

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a b U Graphics card
April 23, 2008 3:00:24 PM

What kind of motherboard do you have?
April 23, 2008 3:10:01 PM

Also, did you change anything in Ntune after you installed it? Or did you just install it and restart?
April 23, 2008 3:52:45 PM

Sorry, Abit Ip35 Pro.

No i didn't change anything. I have uninstalled it and reinstalled and get it working fine the first time and crashes the second. I did mess around with GPU fan speed on one install as Auto makes it go at 100% so i turned it down to about 60%, but next load up i got the blue screen.
April 23, 2008 4:07:01 PM

I had the same problem with the nvidia driver when I installed 8 gigs of ram.
I found this picture was helpful I was merely experiencing the full Windows Experience.



Actually I had to boot in safe mode uninstall my drivers and then reinstall different driver.
a b U Graphics card
April 24, 2008 11:36:04 AM

nTune is for Nvidia chipsets only.
Abit Ip35 Pro has an Intel chipset.
That is why you are getting BSOD.
April 24, 2008 3:44:28 PM

oh right ok! So is there anyway of controlling my graphics card fan speed. At the mo it is set on auto and is constantly changing speed, even as i type this with nothing else running on my pc. At least it isn't blasting out at 100% anymore. seemed to fix that problem by itself.
November 26, 2008 5:07:22 PM

I too am experiencing this problem with the 5.05.54.00 version of nTune on my GF8800-GTS 640, on a P35-DQ6 motherboard. I rolled back to an earlier (last year) version of nTune, which works fine as far as being able to boot the system after installing it. I'm running the latest nVidia driver with last year's nTune version. No obvious problems, but I hope I don't run into any subtle problems.

BTW, that nTune version 5.05.54.00 is a disaster when it hits--good thing I had just made a Ghost image of the HD before installing it! I was unable to uninstall the driver in Safe Mode because Windows Installer doesn't run in Safe Mode. Lacking that, I used Norton Ghost to restore the system to usefulness (new build).

February 22, 2010 8:17:33 AM

cisco said:
I had the same problem with the nvidia driver when I installed 8 gigs of ram.
I found this picture was helpful I was merely experiencing the full Windows Experience.

]http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s50/cisco680/th_gates.jpg

Actually I had to boot in safe mode uninstall my drivers and then reinstall different driver.



By the way, that picture is a "memory dump" or the blue screen of death, isn't it?
a c 273 U Graphics card
February 22, 2010 8:27:21 AM

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