HELP with Blue screen of deaths!!!!!!!!

It appears randomly whne I boot up vista. Stop:0x0000008e error. I have an Asus p5n-d E8400 2gb 800mhz kingston ram, 8800 GTS 512. I have reinstalled all the latest drivers for mobo ,sound and GPU in safe mod and I still get this at startup after the vista loading screen.
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  1. blue screen is almost always a ram problem. try running a ram testing program of some kind. there is one built into vista.
  2. first, if you want help with error codes. then post the whole thing. Stop:0x0000008e error is not the full thing.

    just get the full thing and search google for it.

    example of full error code, "stop: 0x0000008E (0XC0000005, 0X81D93E9C, 0XB06FBC50, 0X00000000)"

    with full error, you might get easier location of different people having same problem, thus finding a solution.

    try using memtest84+ to c if there is any ram issues or not.
  3. I veryfied the memory with vista memory checker.Here are the details
    BCCode: 1000008e
    BCP1: C0000005
    BCP2: 81E38E65
    BCP3: 8A793B4C
    BCP4: 00000000
    OS Version: 6_0_6001
    Service Pack: 1_0
    Product: 768_1
    I copied these from the vista problem reports
  4. Vista memory test didn't found any problems.I ran the ''extended test,, 2 times.
    **sorry for the english it's not my main language :(
  5. The details are from the error NOT for the memory test
  6. Have you increased RAM voltage?
  7. no but I changed the timings.
  8. Um yeah, you need to increase voltage to usually 2.0-2.2v for DDR2 800 RAM.
  9. I vote RAM bad to. Download and burn memtest ISO to CD and boot off of it to run mem diagnostics. You shouldn't get any errors.
  10. Here is Memtest86+. Download the - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip). In order to make the CD bootable, you will need to extract the ISO zip file with Vista and burn the ISO to CD with ISO Recorder v 2 or other ISO burning software.
  11. OK i will try this . Report beck when it's done.
  12. I ran the mem test 2 TIMES and I found NO ERRORS.
    Maybe it's adriver problem or something wrong with the bios ,because I OC'ed my cpu to 3.6 ghz and I changed some others settings. I should try with default settings.
  13. Someone ,HELP.......
  14. Why don't you try increasing voltages? esp. the RAM and/or CPU.
  15. I did: ram 1.89(default 1.8),cpu1.18750 OC'ed to 3.6(STABLE),HT to 1.44,NB 1.40,SB 1.60.
    I tryed to boot up with default settings but still got the error.
  16. Run Memtest86+ for ~5hrs.
  17. +1 for 5 hours, or longer.
  18. How can I set the time?
  19. someone help
  20. yetyhunter said:
    I did: ram 1.89(default 1.8),cpu1.18750 OC'ed to 3.6(STABLE),HT to 1.44,NB 1.40,SB 1.60.
    I tryed to boot up with default settings but still got the error.


    I have the same board. I can tell you this, at a 1:1 cpu/mem ratio. The NB boot strap for my board and processor(E8200) is not stable at all. It will pass Prime95 Small FTT, but in Blend it will fail.

    My suggestion,

    1. Up your voltage a bit more to 1.225v in BIOS --> Actual with CPUz will read about 1.185v, Vdroop on this board is .04v
    2. Go to 3.7Ghz(RatedFSB 1644) , or downclock to 3.5Ghz(RatedFSB 1555)
    3. Keep your memory unlinked, and set it close to 800Mhz or below.

    If memory is testing fine, then there's a good chance you're just in an FSB hole. Do the 3 things I suggest, that should stablize things.
  21. I just ran memtest 86 + and found NO ERRORS . Here is the report:
    WALL TIME Cached rsvd mem Cache ECC Test PASS ERRORS
    12:35:27 2047 52 on off Std 20 0

    This means that the BSOD is not caused by the memory.Maybe it's because of bad timings settings.Default timings are 6-6-6-18 I think and I set them to 5-5-5-15 and increased the voltage to 1.890 (default 1.8)
    Or maybe it's a driver problem . I have all the latest drivers Installed.
  22. Looks like your RAM is fine.
  23. Can bad memory timins cause blue screens?Or drivers?
  24. I didn't see one for that error on startup with Vista. But here's a support topic on XP for the same code: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315335

    Indicates Bad RAM.
  25. my ram is fine just past 12 hours of memtest 86+ with 0 errors.My ram is brand new just bought it 2 weeks a go
  26. It's not your RAM. You have an ustable OC. SEE my post for possible solutions.
  27. ^+1. Unstable OC or driver issue.
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