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[Crash] Win7 64bit

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June 13, 2010 4:34:08 PM

Hey guys,i'm disperated. I've done a format two weeks ago for some crashes and it seems to be good.. but in this week i've two crashes.. one of this few time ago. So i haven't the debuggin tools so I sent you the crash minidump. Can you analyze and help me to resolve this problem?

The minidump is here -> http://www.mediafire.com/?4ezjzzo1gjy


Thanks in advance!

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a c 215 $ Windows 7
June 13, 2010 6:53:51 PM

0x1A: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT

The MEMORY_MANAGEMENT bug check has a value of 0x0000001A. This indicates that a severe memory management error occurred.

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This is usually triggered by bad drivers, or faulty RAM. Update all of the major drivers (Video, Audio, Network, and Chipset) and see if it continues. If so, download and burn a copy of MemTest86+ and test your RAM. Let it run overnight and see if any errors are shown.
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June 13, 2010 7:17:21 PM

Mhh,thanks for the answer. I will use memtest86+ because i had the latest drivers. I will update you! Thanks again!
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June 14, 2010 7:50:36 AM

I've done 12h of test, 11 passed and 0 errors. So i think that ram is good. So what can i do? Thanks in advance.
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a c 215 $ Windows 7
June 14, 2010 1:43:22 PM

You're certain all 4 of those drivers I mentioned are up to date? How did you check?
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June 14, 2010 2:15:36 PM

The_Prophecy said:
You're certain all 4 of those drivers I mentioned are up to date? How did you check?


I've controlled on gigabyte website and my drivers are the latest released. And also on Amd website my videocards drivers are the latest.. I dunno what can be.. I wrote also on corsair official support forum for rams and i'm waitin' of an answer.. I will also reinstall the driver. I will update you soon!
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a c 215 $ Windows 7
June 14, 2010 4:25:27 PM

Alright... just had to make sure. Some people simply check the Update driver wizard through the Device Manager and then claim their drivers are up to date.

Could you list your system specs so I have a better idea of what we are dealing with?
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June 14, 2010 4:27:34 PM

Sure; My desktop:

I7 860
Ati 5850
P55-UD3
DDR3 2x2Gb Corsair CM3X2G1600C9
PSU 550w
Samsung F3 1TB
Windows 7 64Bit


Edit: i've updated the bios,it was the f5 now it is the f8.
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a b $ Windows 7
June 15, 2010 6:45:00 AM

dwarfchaos said:
Sure; My desktop:

I7 860
Ati 5850
P55-UD3
DDR3 2x2Gb Corsair CM3X2G1600C9
PSU 550w
Samsung F3 1TB
Windows 7 64Bit


Edit: i've updated the bios,it was the f5 now it is the f8.


Can you run a chkdsk -- start a cmd prompt (run as admin) and type chkdsk?

Where there any errors detected?

Jessica
Microsoft Windows Client Team
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June 15, 2010 9:45:22 AM

i've done chkdsk yet,no errors found. For now,with the new bios flashed no BSOD . I will update you if something change!
Thanks at all!
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June 15, 2010 1:12:12 PM

Just throwing something out there, since the dump file picks up on a memory error.

Are your ram voltages and timings set correctly for your ram in your bios?

Its not unusual for a mobo's "auto" settings to be off somewhat, although 99 percent of the time they default to a lower spec with looser timings to play safe.

Very slight possibility of this being the problem but worth checking none the less.
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June 15, 2010 2:42:13 PM

tonkatuffmofo said:
Just throwing something out there, since the dump file picks up on a memory error.

Are your ram voltages and timings set correctly for your ram in your bios?

Its not unusual for a mobo's "auto" settings to be off somewhat, although 99 percent of the time they default to a lower spec with looser timings to play safe.

Very slight possibility of this being the problem but worth checking none the less.


On the corsair page the voltage and timing are the same to my stettings. From Yesterday,that i've flashed bios,i haven't BSOD. So probably i've fixed it with flashing,if i have some BSOD i will write here again,ok?
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a c 215 $ Windows 7
June 19, 2010 9:42:11 PM

Same error code as before. Perhaps you should try relaxing the timings on your ram? Not sure what they are right now, but for example, if they are set to 7-7-7-20, try setting them to 8-8-8-21 or 9-9-9-24. Leave the voltage as-is for now, and never leave it over 1.65V. Prolonged usage at that voltage can damage the memory controller inside your i7 CPU.
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June 19, 2010 9:52:41 PM

I've not touched timing and voltage. The timing settigs are the settings suggested by corsair..
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June 25, 2010 11:05:19 AM

Ok,i've done how corsair suggest to me. Try one module,i've done and today a new crash with stack -> PFN_LIST_CORRUPT I attach the minidump -> http://www.mediafire.com/?zyi1mvnzzww

What is it?
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