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January 27, 2009 8:04:31 PM

My new Computer give me the Blue screen of death for the first time it boot for the day. I am running a Triple boot system But the one it boot up on by Defalt is Vista so that I have seen the Blue screen. I haven't tryed it on any of the other OS yet. that is my next test tomarow morning. When Vista boot up the second time and works it give me this error code that it has recovered from.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.4
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 1000007e
BCP1: FFFFFFFFC0000005
BCP2: FFFFFA6000B4BAAB
BCP3: FFFFFA60083CFE38
BCP4: FFFFFA60083CF810
OS Version: 6_0_6001
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1





My spec:
AMD Phenom 9600 Agena 2.3GHz Quad Core
GeForce 9800 GT
RAM:4GB
Hard Drive: 160 GB and 200 GB
OS:Vista Enterprise 64 Bit, Windows 7 Beta 64bit, XP 64bit

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a c 113 B Homebuilt system
January 28, 2009 7:17:36 AM

Try running memtest.
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a b B Homebuilt system
January 28, 2009 2:07:50 PM

Proximon said:
Try running memtest.

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You're not giving us much to work with here. What RAM do you have? Did you manually set the RAM voltage and timings to the manufacturers specs in the BIOS?
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January 29, 2009 9:25:14 PM

Ok I am running Memtest so far it has made one pass and no errors. But I will let it run for a bit longer just incase.

I have Corsair memory modle number TWIN2X4096-6400C5
you can find it on Newegg
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


All I did was stick it in. I didn't mess with anything in the BIOS that had to do with Memory. So I think is all set to Auto on Voltage and timings. I will check when I am done with Memtest

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a c 113 B Homebuilt system
January 30, 2009 2:25:46 AM

Makes sure it's running at 1.9V.

Did you just install Vista?
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January 30, 2009 3:03:36 AM

No, Vista was the first OS that I installed.
But I did install Win 7 Beta Resently and I notice the Blue screen around that time as well. This make me think the Win 7 has something to do with the problem. But if it is software then it should happen everytime not just in the morning, right?

Also, I have been booting into Win 7 instead of Vista. I have tryed it for two days now I have not had a Blue Screen Yet.

I Changed it to 1.9V i don't know what it was before it just said Auto. So I Guess we will see what happens in the Morning when I Boot in to Vista.

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January 31, 2009 5:43:28 PM

I think changing the Voltage fixed it. I have tryed for two days with no BSOD.

Thanks for your help!!!
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February 2, 2009 12:05:48 PM

Nerver Mind, It just BSOD this morning. Any ideas?
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a c 113 B Homebuilt system
February 2, 2009 5:44:07 PM

What motherboard do you have?

It's pretty hard to predict what is going on when you have an early-release beta OS running on your system.

Do you have the operating systems installed on separate partitions on your hard drive?
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February 2, 2009 8:05:00 PM

I have the Asus M3A78-EM. Just a cheap one nothing fancy

http://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=149&l3=639&l4...

Do you think if I removed Win 7 it might fix the problem? Or has the damage already been done

Yes I do have them all of them on Separate Partitions on my 160 GB. Win7 and XP have both 14.5 GB and Vista has the rest. Vista is my Default OS
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a c 113 B Homebuilt system
February 3, 2009 6:16:23 AM

I think it's hard to say for sure. I would back up my data and then run a Vista repair from the disc.

What power supply do you have? A cheap one can result in an unstable system as well, and mimic many problems.
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February 3, 2009 9:52:51 PM

I tried to repair but it said the recovery Console was incompatible with the OS I was using.
This is the same disk I use to install Vista. My Vista Edition is Vista Enterprise 64 bit.

Yes the power supply is a cheap one




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a c 113 B Homebuilt system
February 4, 2009 12:09:17 AM

Sounds like your Windows 7 installation compromised the Vista installation somehow.
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a b B Homebuilt system
February 5, 2009 6:45:59 PM

Not sure if it's at all related, but I had (have) an issue where if I power up my gaming system for the first time (see specs below) and immediately start my game (City of Heroes), it will, almost without fail, BSOD on me. After the reboot, I can game for hours without issue.

Some testing on my part seems to point at my anti-virus (don't recall if it's Avast or AVG Free) program attempting an automatic update shortly after the system boots up. If I initialize the anti-virus update and wait for that to complete before I attempt starting the game, I don't blue-screen.

The fact that it only happens to you after the first boot of the day makes it seem like it's related to some background process that's timed to run once a day (like an automatic update).

Just my $0.02

-Wolf sends
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February 6, 2009 12:48:33 AM

Oppps I forgot to tell you that it BSOD before windows starts.
So it will get to the progress bar screen then it Crashes. Some times it crashes when the right when the progress bar start and others it crashes after the progress goes away. And it is the Dump BSOB when it said something at the bottom about Dumping memory. And this only will happen with Vista. Win 7 and XP haven't ever done it.

But so far I have seen it crash when it is fully booted and is on the desktop.


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November 24, 2009 12:49:32 AM

Update. I got Windows 7 Enterprise and did a clean install. So far no BSOD. So i must of been software related.

thanks for all of your help
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