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November 26, 2012 11:50:19 PM

So I haven't used my PC in a while, it's been sitting off. I just bought Portal 2 on black friday because it was cheap, and I loved the 1st portal. I downloaded it on my PC and began playing, 1 hour or so in I got the blue screen. It continued to happen, and even happens outside of game which lets me know it's not game drivers or anything. I did a full pc test and everything passed except for the SSD, it said it couldn't test it because there wasn't enough free space. My SSD has 20gb of free space still! I don't know what to do, is it definitely my SSD because of that?

By the way, I noticed some things were randomly disappearing from my PC for a while now. I know thats a sign of my drive failing. But here's the thing: the files that have gone missing are files on my secondary drive, a 1 TB HDD. So maybe the 1TB is going out and causing the BSOD? Or is my luck horrible and are BOTH going out? Please help me I am in a serious pickle!!!

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a c 119 G Storage
November 27, 2012 1:44:27 AM

As a general rule you shouldn't fill our SSD past 80% capacity because it does affect it. Things do happen and there is no way to know or controlit so it both drives happen to go at the same time then that's your bad luck to have that happen. You should make sure that what you think is happening is actually that and not something else. So run some more tests on the hard drives and try to free up some space on the SSD.
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a c 152 G Storage
November 27, 2012 1:54:16 AM

You may want to use CrystalDiskInfo to check out the SMART attributes for the SSD as well see if anything stands out.

See what the following says

Read Error
Reallocated Sectors
Failing Block Count
Erase Fail
Wear Level
Life Time Used

http://crystalmark.info/download/index-e.html#CrystalDi...

You can also see SMART on the hard drive too. I do not recommend normal tests on SSD's as it takes lots of write cycles to do a test that the controller may be remapping(to other locations even if you have bad sectors) anyway. SSD's are not like hard drives and do not test the same way.
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November 27, 2012 10:05:29 PM

nukemaster said:
You may want to use CrystalDiskInfo to check out the SMART attributes for the SSD as well see if anything stands out.

See what the following says

Read Error
Reallocated Sectors
Failing Block Count
Erase Fail
Wear Level
Life Time Used

http://crystalmark.info/download/index-e.html#CrystalDi...

You can also see SMART on the hard drive too. I do not recommend normal tests on SSD's as it takes lots of write cycles to do a test that the controller may be remapping(to other locations even if you have bad sectors) anyway. SSD's are not like hard drives and do not test the same way.

I used CrystalDiskInfo and everything looked fine. Here's a screenshot of the SSD's results: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/43798842/Untitled.jpg

What else could be causing this freezing and the BSOD? My first guess is motherboard... I tested my CPU, GPU, and they both were fine. I also wonder if my power supply is putting out wonky powers causing these problems idk.... BTW thanks for the replies hoping for much more help!

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a c 152 G Storage
November 27, 2012 10:34:42 PM

Your screen looks very good. That drive looks to be in NEW condition.

Do you know if you are running the latest firmware? Please read the notes for firmware updates as some erase the drive. A backup is ALWAYS a good idea(EaseUS has some free software if you do not have anything else, I would recommend you do the backup to another system so you can restore the image if needed. The drive may need to be aligned after this as well. Sorry for all the work. You can always check ALL other options first).
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Before upgrading the firmware, be sure to back up important data
to a separate storage medium. Complete data loss may occur as a
result of the firmware update process!

1. After downloading the firmware installation package, extract
the zip file. If you are running Windows OS, browse to the
extracted folder and launch "Mushkin_FieldUpdater.exe" with admin-
istrative privileges. If SF_FieldUpdater is not launched with
administrative privileges, the Chronos SSD(s) will not be dis-
covered by the updater. If running Linux, launch
"SF_FieldUpdater_FC14-32Bit" or "SF_FieldUpdater_FC12-64Bit".

2. Once the updater application is launched, the Chronos SSD(s)
should be discovered in the window. Check the box beside the
drive you want to update. Select the "Update Firmware" button on
the bottom left. A navigation window will appear.

3. Highlight the “MKN_FW_5-0-4.ffp” file from the extracted folder,
then click "Open" at the bottom right of the window. You will then
receive a warning message. Click "Proceed" to continue flashing
the firmware.

4. The system may automatically reboot after the firmware update
is complete. If it does not reboot after 5 minutes, shut the
machine down and restart.

Congratulations, your Chronos SSD is now updated!

http://www.mushkin.com/Digital-Storage/SSDs/MKNSSDCR60G...

Did you get the blue screen codes by any chance? If not, This can get you the codes and even give you more info on the blue screens.
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

Now as for missing files. A scan of the hard drive may help get to the answer of that.
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November 28, 2012 2:27:14 AM

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I don't really know what exactly causes your problem, perhaps the virus infection or other things. You should check it clearly.
But for the safety of your files, you have to run a third party recovery tool to restore the files at first. You can try this free one:
http://www.squidoo.com/tested-data-recovery-freeware-re...
I have used it to successfully retrieve my inaccessible data. i hope it will help you, too.


That reminds me everyone, viruses and malware, etc are not a problem I know beyond a shadow of a doubt I have none because I literally never visit anywhere on that pc. All my internet browsing is on this laptop, not my gaming pc.
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November 28, 2012 2:29:10 AM

nukemaster said:
Your screen looks very good. That drive looks to be in NEW condition.

Do you know if you are running the latest firmware? Please read the notes for firmware updates as some erase the drive. A backup is ALWAYS a good idea(EaseUS has some free software if you do not have anything else, I would recommend you do the backup to another system so you can restore the image if needed. The drive may need to be aligned after this as well. Sorry for all the work. You can always check ALL other options first).
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Before upgrading the firmware, be sure to back up important data
to a separate storage medium. Complete data loss may occur as a
result of the firmware update process!

1. After downloading the firmware installation package, extract
the zip file. If you are running Windows OS, browse to the
extracted folder and launch "Mushkin_FieldUpdater.exe" with admin-
istrative privileges. If SF_FieldUpdater is not launched with
administrative privileges, the Chronos SSD(s) will not be dis-
covered by the updater. If running Linux, launch
"SF_FieldUpdater_FC14-32Bit" or "SF_FieldUpdater_FC12-64Bit".

2. Once the updater application is launched, the Chronos SSD(s)
should be discovered in the window. Check the box beside the
drive you want to update. Select the "Update Firmware" button on
the bottom left. A navigation window will appear.

3. Highlight the “MKN_FW_5-0-4.ffp” file from the extracted folder,
then click "Open" at the bottom right of the window. You will then
receive a warning message. Click "Proceed" to continue flashing
the firmware.

4. The system may automatically reboot after the firmware update
is complete. If it does not reboot after 5 minutes, shut the
machine down and restart.

Congratulations, your Chronos SSD is now updated!

http://www.mushkin.com/Digital-Storage/SSDs/MKNSSDCR60G...

Did you get the blue screen codes by any chance? If not, This can get you the codes and even give you more info on the blue screens.
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

Now as for missing files. A scan of the hard drive may help get to the answer of that.




I doubt it's firmware because everything has been fine for a year. I did install firmware for it when I got it, I don't see why a new version being available would screw it up all of a sudden. But thanks for the ideas. I'm still leaning toward MOBO or PSU. I need to do some testing of my mobo.
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a c 152 G Storage
November 28, 2012 3:12:40 AM

Please keep us posted.

You are very right, most of the time if it works, don't update it. Only some bugs have been over time(like the 2000 hour bug one SSD had in the past). at 600 hours your SSD is sooo new.
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November 28, 2012 10:18:20 PM

nukemaster said:
Please keep us posted.

You are very right, most of the time if it works, don't update it. Only some bugs have been over time(like the 2000 hour bug one SSD had in the past). at 600 hours your SSD is sooo new.



Yeah I only using my gaming PC FOR gaming, I don't leave it on so the drive has had a very easy life. I just tested my voltages and they all seem very good. So now it's down to my Mobo or RAM. I will try to find my BSOD codes.. How do I use that Blue Screen View program to find the codes?
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a c 152 G Storage
November 28, 2012 11:02:21 PM

When you open it, It will look at your mini dump files and show you all the info The Bug Check Code is the big one it will also show any drivers that crashes too(under Crash Address).

Do not always go by what it says crashed. For instance I have good number of 0x0000001e and 0x00000124 from overclocking voltage testing(trying to get as low as I could.). They show ntoskrnl.exe and hal.dll(even listed my network card once) as crashing, but it has nothing to do with Windows it self and all to do with instability caused by too little voltage.

So you if you happen to be overclocking, I would go to stock for testing.
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November 30, 2012 12:13:30 AM

nukemaster said:
When you open it, It will look at your mini dump files and show you all the info The Bug Check Code is the big one it will also show any drivers that crashes too(under Crash Address).

Do not always go by what it says crashed. For instance I have good number of 0x0000001e and 0x00000124 from overclocking voltage testing(trying to get as low as I could.). They show ntoskrnl.exe and hal.dll(even listed my network card once) as crashing, but it has nothing to do with Windows it self and all to do with instability caused by too little voltage.

So you if you happen to be overclocking, I would go to stock for testing.

I used the program. It showed ntoskrnl.exe like you said, beyond that I' 'm not sure how to determine what it's telling me.
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November 30, 2012 12:15:56 AM

nukemaster said:
When you open it, It will look at your mini dump files and show you all the info The Bug Check Code is the big one it will also show any drivers that crashes too(under Crash Address).

Do not always go by what it says crashed. For instance I have good number of 0x0000001e and 0x00000124 from overclocking voltage testing(trying to get as low as I could.). They show ntoskrnl.exe and hal.dll(even listed my network card once) as crashing, but it has nothing to do with Windows it self and all to do with instability caused by too little voltage.

So you if you happen to be overclocking, I would go to stock for testing.




Here are the codes, if you care to slog through them. Idk what they mean :( 
ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+329602 fffff800`02014000 fffff800`025ef000 0x005db000 0x4f558ca0 3/5/2012 8:03:44 PM Microsoft® Windows® Operating System NT Kernel & System 6.1.7600.16973 (win7_gdr.120305-1504) Microsoft Corporation C:\Windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe
hal.dll fffff800`025ef000 fffff800`02638000 0x00049000 0x4a5bdf08 7/13/2009 5:27:36 PM
kdcom.dll fffff800`01fb0000 fffff800`01fba000 0x0000a000 0x4d4d40d9 2/5/2011 4:21:45 AM
mcupdate_AuthenticAMD.dll fffff880`00c95000 fffff880`00ca2000 0x0000d000 0x4a5bdf65 7/13/2009 5:29:09 PM
PSHED.dll fffff880`00ca2000 fffff880`00cb6000 0x00014000 0x4a5be027 7/13/2009 5:32:23 PM Microsoft® Windows® Operating System Platform Specific Hardware Error Driver 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255) Microsoft Corporation C:\Windows\system32\PSHED.dll
CLFS.SYS fffff880`00cb6000 fffff880`00d14000 0x0005e000 0x4a5bc11d 7/13/2009 3:19:57 PM
CI.dll fffff880`00d14000 fffff880`00dd4000 0x000c0000 0x4a5be01d 7/13/2009 5:32:13 PM
Wdf01000.sys fffff880`00e6f000 fffff880`00f13000 0x000a4000 0x4a5bc19f 7/13/2009 3:22:07 PM
WDFLDR.SYS fffff880`00f13000 fffff880`00f22000 0x0000f000 0x4a5bc11a 7/13/2009 3:19:54 PM
ACPI.sys fffff880`00f22000 fffff880`00f79000 0x00057000 0x4a5bc106 7/13/2009 3:19:34 PM
WMILIB.SYS fffff880`00f79000 fffff880`00f82000 0x00009000 0x4a5bc117 7/13/2009 3:19:51 PM
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pci.sys fffff880`00f8c000 fffff880`00fbf000 0x00033000 0x4a5bc117 7/13/2009 3:19:51 PM
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volmgr.sys fffff880`00fe1000 fffff880`00ff6000 0x00015000 0x4a5bc11d 7/13/2009 3:19:57 PM
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msahci.sys fffff880`00c2a000 fffff880`00c35000 0x0000b000 0x4a5bcabd 7/13/2009 4:01:01 PM
amdxata.sys fffff880`00c35000 fffff880`00c40000 0x0000b000 0x4ba3a3ca 3/19/2010 8:18:18 AM
fltmgr.sys fffff880`00c40000 fffff880`00c8c000 0x0004c000 0x4a5bc11f 7/13/2009 3:19:59 PM
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Ntfs.sys fffff880`01043000 fffff880`011e5000 0x001a2000 0x4d79996d 3/10/2011 7:39:25 PM
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ksecdd.sys fffff880`012d2000 fffff880`012ec000 0x0001a000 0x4ec48579 11/16/2011 7:54:33 PM
cng.sys fffff880`012ec000 fffff880`0135f000 0x00073000 0x4ec48cfb 11/16/2011 8:26:35 PM
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Fs_Rec.sys fffff880`01370000 fffff880`0137a000 0x0000a000 0x4f4ef2fc 2/29/2012 7:54:36 PM
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NETIO.SYS fffff880`01400000 fffff880`01460000 0x00060000 0x4a5bc18a 7/13/2009 3:21:46 PM
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AsIO.sys fffff880`07294000 fffff880`0729a000 0x00006000 0x4a768bb4 8/2/2009 11:03:16 PM C:\Windows\system32\drivers\AsIO.sys
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amdppm.sys fffff880`072c0000 fffff880`072d5000 0x00015000 0x4a5bc0fd 7/13/2009 3:19:25 PM
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ASACPI.sys fffff880`082da000 fffff880`082e2000 0x00008000 0x4a5e9f11 7/15/2009 7:31:29 PM
serenum.sys fffff880`082e2000 fffff880`082ee000 0x0000c000 0x4a5bcaa1 7/13/2009 4:00:33 PM
wmiacpi.sys fffff880`082ee000 fffff880`082f7000 0x00009000 0x4a5bc3b6 7/13/2009 3:31:02 PM
CompositeBus.sys fffff880`082f7000 fffff880`08307000 0x00010000 0x4a5bcaa1 7/13/2009 4:00:33 PM
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rassstp.sys fffff880`083b8000 fffff880`083d2000 0x0001a000 0x4a5bccf1 7/13/2009 4:10:25 PM
SaiBus.sys fffff880`083d2000 fffff880`083dc980 0x0000a980 0x4c516361 7/29/2010 3:17:53 AM
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November 30, 2012 1:14:17 AM

Have you by any chance tested your memory lately? memtest86+ is a burnable CD/DVD to do just that for you.
http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

Do you know how to see if you are getting errors in the Event Viewer?

Can you post a screen of the actual BugCheck codes please.
would look something like this.

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November 30, 2012 10:20:12 PM

nukemaster said:
Have you by any chance tested your memory lately? memtest86+ is a burnable CD/DVD to do just that for you.
http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

Do you know how to see if you are getting errors in the Event Viewer?

Can you post a screen of the actual BugCheck codes please.
would look something like this.
http://imageshack.us/a/img152/5107/bsodsean117.png

I think I may have fixed it. I pulled my RAM out and put it back in and so far so good. I think one of my DIMMS was loose. I'll keep you posted.
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December 1, 2012 12:09:39 AM

Fingers crossed. I have seen memory cause all kinds of random blue screens(and like you have actually seen memory slightly loose[Damn P5W DH!!!]).
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December 12, 2012 10:01:59 PM

The RAM was the problem guys. Thank you for all your help. :) 
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December 12, 2012 10:02:59 PM

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