My system keep randomly freezing. There's nothing in windows log. usually freeze when playing a game, watching a video (VLC) or when listening to streaming content with flash.
I tryed installing latest NVidia drivers, I also tryed installing graphic card manufacturer drivers instead.
Dont know if its related but i also get a IastoreA.sys bluescreen when booting about 1 out of 10 times.
My RAM is setted to the right speed in BIOS.
I did set temp alarm in BIOS never heard a blip.
The case got 2 100mm fan on top (outake)
there's 2 fan intake blowing through the radiator of the water cooling system.
Apart from that there's the PS fan and 2 fan on the heatsink of the graphic card.
I dont think its a temp problem.
Anyone got a clue?
Time of this report: 8/6/2012, 21:46:32
Machine name: DESKTOP
Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit
System Manufacturer: Gigabyte Tecohnology Co., Ltd.
System Model: X79-UD3
BIOS: BIOS Date: 11/02/11 13:46:55 Ver: 04.06.04
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3930K CPU @ 3.20GHz (12 CPUs), ~3.2GHz
Memory: 16384MB RAM
Available OS Memory: 16336MB RAM
Page File: 2600MB used, 30070MB available
Also the new tech is not working well with the older GPU's. On the Nvidia website there are special downloads for people who are running the X79/Ivy bridge with the older 5xx series GPU's. Just be carefull in downloading the correct one.
First, iastor.sys file is an important part of windows especially when one is setting up a RAID system. Did you set up a RAID system for your computer? The capital "A" at the end of istore is interesting. Maybe talk to a RAID expert on here and find out if that is a RAID designation. IDK.
I see you have two hd's. Did you confugure them properly? I didn't when I first got into this and they worked well at first and then some problems began. i had to go back and redo them. Also some mother boards will change settings if you experiment with overclocking. My ASRock changed the drive settings from AHCI to IDE without me realizing it. So check t see how your HD's are configured in the bios.
Also, somehow the file may have been corrupted. You may have to go through a reinstallation process.
I have no idea what kind of relation your iastor.sys BSOD has to do with your GPU.