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One more thing...
Download Speedfan from here: http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php
Install and run the program: Posted Image
Give me the voltages on the bottom and the temps at the right.
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Let me point out the possible issues here:
1. Motherboard is bad (this is unlikely)
2. Loose, defective cabling or a bad HDD controller (RAID or SCSI)
3. Malware (Viruses can cause the 0x7a bugcheck)
4. RAM (This is not a issue, we have confirmed it)
5. Hard Disk logical (since you have run chkdsk the filesystem looks all right)
6. Hard Disk physical (a physical problem such as a bad head or overheating)
7. PSU (There is no way to accurately test this without a multimeter; software voltages are not always correct)
8. I want you to try to disable memory caching or shadowing in your BIOS. Go to the setup, and disable those options. I don't know exactly which menus those options are in for you.

Please go to Start -> Run -> eventvwr
Look for errors at the time of the crashes and tell me what those errors are.

Also install SP3 and all the Windows Updates.

You can find compressed air at any computer or electronics store like Fry's Electronics or Best Buy.




Ok first i didn't have time to check cabling ,and i also wanted to tell you that i had sp3 and my system was running slow ... don't know if sp3 was the reason or i had viruses

I got another BSOD never saw it before in a game : 0x10000077 KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR ...

I will try to disable those

I looked at eventvwr but there are no errors at the time ,there are warns ... don't know if they are at the exact time but close , the warns are :"TCP/IP has reached the security limit imposed on the number of concurrent TCP connect attempts." and "The server could not bind to the transport \Device\NetBT_Tcpip_{AE942B58-1046-4DBF-9959-51551479A7D9}." There is also a single error but not a the time of the BSOD :"DCOM got error "The service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or because it has no enabled devices associated with it. " attempting to start the service ImapiService with arguments "-Service" in order to run the server:
{520CCA63-51A5-11D3-9144-00104BA11C5E}"
These were taken from System

In Aplication just 1 kind of warning :"A provider, OffProv12, has been registered in the WMI namespace, Root\MSAPPS12, to use the LocalSystem account. This account is privileged and the provider may cause a security violation if it does not correctly impersonate user requests." ....


The first is when i didn't do anything the second when i alt-tabed in a game
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Edited by geekCell, 13 June 2009 - 07:35 PM.

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50 C is hot, but it is not extremely critical.
Your voltages look incorrect in the -12 and -5 V rails. This could indicate an issue with your PSU.

Try disabling caching or memory shadowing in your BIOS.

Give me an Everest Report. Click on Everest Instructions in my sig, and follow the directions. In the report, when you click on custom selection, select only Sensor, and uncheck everything else. Post the log in your next post.
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sensor Properties:
Sensor Type --- Winbond W83627HF (ISA 290h)
GPU Sensor Type --- Driver (NV-DRV)
Motherboard Name --- ASRock 939Dual-SATA2
Chassis Intrusion Detected --- No

Temperatures:
Motherboard --- 35 C (95 F)
CPU --- 43 C (109 F)
CPU Diode --- 42 C (108 F)
GPU --- 51 C (124 F)
Maxtor 6E040L0 --- 42 C (108 F)
WDC WD2500KS-22MJB0 --- 49 C (120 F)

Cooling Fans:
CPU --- 2280 RPM

Voltage Values:
CPU Core --- 1.42 V
+3.3 V --- 3.34 V
+5 V --- 5.27 V
+12 V --- 11.98 V
+5 V Standby --- 4.99 V
Debug Info F --- FF 4A FF
Debug Info T --- 35 43 25
Debug Info V --- 59 7E D1 C4 C5 CA D1 (01)
Debug Info I --- 21 5241
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Still have to do the rest you said

Edited by geekCell, 14 June 2009 - 02:09 PM.

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Still have to do the rest you said

Ok.
Are you using a RAID array (SATA or SCSI?)?

Right now I think that the problem is the PSU. Can you give me the make, model, and wattage of your PSU?
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Still have to do the rest you said

Ok.
Are you using a RAID array (SATA or SCSI?)?

Right now I think that the problem is the PSU. Can you give me the make, model, and wattage of your PSU?


1st the following happened : i tried to plug my phone in the usb cable that was already connected to my pc and i heard a weird sound ,something like sparks (crrrr :) ) it was making that sound continuously and when i tried to pull the usb cable from my pc BAM! BSOD with the usual 0x1000007A that i love ....

i tried to make a photo of my psu label but aince ^ i will just try to write:

model :SMART TECH
SW:TCHING POWER SUPPLY
MODEL:LC-B450E


wattage (there are more written )
max total wattage :450w

also

|AC-
|I/P....................|115/230~
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|max......................|230w|-----|
|............................|...422w...|


don't know if you understand the above :)



"Are you using a RAID array (SATA or SCSI? "

... don't know what you mean :| (sry) ...

Edited by geekCell, 16 June 2009 - 02:11 PM.

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"Are you using a RAID array (SATA or SCSI? "

... don't know what you mean :| (sry) ...

If you don't know what I am talking about, then you don't have a RAID array installed. If you are interested: http://www.pcstats.c...m?articleID=830

The noise you are talking about can come from the PSU or the hard drive.
Try disabling memory caching and shadowing in your BIOS.
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"Are you using a RAID array (SATA or SCSI? "

... don't know what you mean :| (sry) ...

If you don't know what I am talking about, then you don't have a RAID array installed. If you are interested: http://www.pcstats.c...m?articleID=830

The noise you are talking about can come from the PSU or the hard drive.
Try disabling memory caching and shadowing in your BIOS.



the sound doesnt come from my hard ,more from the back where the usb was plugged in


i will try to disable memory caching and shadowing
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i will try to disable memory caching and shadowing

Ok, I hope it works out then.

What is your motherboard make and model again? You might want to update the IDE or SATA controller drivers.
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i will try to disable memory caching and shadowing

Ok, I hope it works out then.

What is your motherboard make and model again? You might want to update the IDE or SATA controller drivers.

Motherboard --- ASRock 939Dual-SATA2




EDIT: Also i have to say that from the time i told you that BSOD still appear , no other BSOD appeared in games the only one was that when i pulled the usb out ... could this be because there is less power consumption without the 2 ram ? because i still didn't inserted them

Edited by geekCell, 17 June 2009 - 08:18 AM.

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RAM only uses a small amount of power drawn from the PSU. To check if adding more RAM makes the BSOD appear in games, insert some more RAM and try playing.
Go here: http://www.asrock.co...l=939Dual-SATA2
Download the JMicron SATA2 driver ver: 207 and ULi SATA driver ver:1058f drivers, and install them.

Since there is a small possibility that malware can cause this problem (but unlikely) you might want to follow this guide: http://www.geekstogo...uide-t2852.html
Then post the required logs in the Malware Forum and let a tech look over them.
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RAM only uses a small amount of power drawn from the PSU. To check if adding more RAM makes the BSOD appear in games, insert some more RAM and try playing.
Go here: http://www.asrock.co...l=939Dual-SATA2
Download the JMicron SATA2 driver ver: 207 and ULi SATA driver ver:1058f drivers, and install them.

Since there is a small possibility that malware can cause this problem (but unlikely) you might want to follow this guide: http://www.geekstogo...uide-t2852.html
Then post the required logs in the Malware Forum and let a tech look over them.


I have a lot to do :) right now i kinda have exams :| , i will do them as i have time and post results ... i'm beginning to think that i wont find out was it is ... :|
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That is all right. Take your time. :)

BTW... Good Luck on your exams! :)
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Let me point out the possible issues here:
1. Motherboard is bad (this is unlikely)
2. Loose, defective cabling or a bad HDD controller (RAID or SCSI)
3. Malware (Viruses can cause the 0x7a bugcheck)
4. RAM (This is not a issue, we have confirmed it)
5. Hard Disk logical (since you have run chkdsk the filesystem looks all right)
6. Hard Disk physical (a physical problem such as a bad head or overheating)
7. PSU (There is no way to accurately test this without a multimeter; software voltages are not always correct)
8. I want you to try to disable memory caching or shadowing in your BIOS. Go to the setup, and disable those options. I don't know exactly which menus those options are in for you.

Please go to Start -> Run -> eventvwr
Look for errors at the time of the crashes and tell me what those errors are.

Also install SP3 and all the Windows Updates.

You can find compressed air at any computer or electronics store like Fry's Electronics or Best Buy.



I'm back ,finished with exams and all that ... so ... since the last time i had time to play for a long time .about two moth ago or more , no BSOD appeared but i had time to play today (like a lot of hours) so BSOD still appears ...


1.you said it ...
2.i checked it again and again don't think that is the problem ,also since in two months nothing appeared also
3.well as i said , since for two or more months nothing ... ,don't think that's the problem
4. ad you said it we confirmed that its not the problem
5."since you have run chkdsk the filesystem looks all right" yeah ...
6. dunno here , i'm kinda leaning to overheat but still
7. ....
8. .... have to do this , actually i think the GPU may overheat like 55 degrees if i don't do anything


I also installed ULi SATA driver ver:1058f but couldn't install Micron SATA2 driver ver: 207 , is sais "installing JMB360 Driver.System will reboot " but nothing actually happens , just a black window appears for a sec ...

Try disabling caching or memory shadowing in your BIOS.

There aren't any in my bios ...

Edited by geekCell, 27 July 2009 - 11:45 AM.

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There aren't any in my bios ...

Did you check under the advanced options?

Since this only happens when games are being played, I am leaning towards overheating too.
Did you clean the inside of your computer yet?

Download the latest release from here: http://www.nvidia.co...li_drivers.html
And install.
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