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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.


I checked everywhere more time , i don't see them .

Yeah overheating or my PSU ? my GPU,while playing , got to 65 degrees too :| . My case isn't that fancy and has no other fans and the air flow isn't controlled or anything ... , should i try to buy a GPU fan ? since those are cheap

I will install that

Edited by geekCell, 27 July 2009 - 06:57 PM.

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Tell me if any more BSODs pop up.

Your GPU looks hot and do do the other components of your computer...
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Tell me if any more BSODs pop up.

Your GPU looks hot and do do the other components of your computer...


That seems to be the only one still appearing

I dl what you said and installed it along with new nvidia drives still no change

I looked again for the memory caching or shadowing there aren't any in my bios , I looked step by step

Also in my bios at voltage +12 its 11.900 so under 12


Also i read that if my bios couldn't support SATA 0x7a can appear , and actually my bios can't see my hard at SATA it just sees my other one at IDE , but at boot it see both ...

Edited by geekCell, 28 July 2009 - 12:32 PM.

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You mean that 0x7a is the one appearing now?
Attach the 5 most recently made minidumps...

You could also try flashing your BIOS...
http://www.asrock.co...l=939Dual-SATA2
Carefully read the instructions, as improper flashing may require you to get a new BIOS chip.

If your mobo supports it, then you can also use instant flash to update your BIOS: http://www.asrock.co...Flash/index.asp
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You mean that 0x7a is the one appearing now?
Attach the 5 most recently made minidumps...

You could also try flashing your BIOS...
http://www.asrock.co...l=939Dual-SATA2
Carefully read the instructions, as improper flashing may require you to get a new BIOS chip.

If your mobo supports it, then you can also use instant flash to update your BIOS: http://www.asrock.co...Flash/index.asp


Well 0x1000007A KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR is the one i was talking about , this appeared always from the beginning the rest seem to not appear anymore ....


I was thinking and thinking overheating or PSU are the only logical answers , I mean if the rest were the cause in TWO month that i didn't have time to play games for a long period or didn't play games that need higher specs at least ONCE a BSOD would have appeared ...


attached the minidump these 2 are the only ones from , the other are from 1 month or 2 ... maybe because i didn't let it and just pressed the reset button ...

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Do you have Deamon Tools, or this: http://www.duplexsecure.com/downloads installed?
If so, remove them. Alcohol can cause this problem too.

Did you try flashing your BIOS?

I want you to now try stress testing...
Download Prime95 from here: http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/
Just download and install... no need to register unless you want to contribute to finding Mersenne Primes.
Read this for a torture tutorial: http://www.playtool....95/prime95.html
Try running both a blend and large in-place FFT tests. These will take a while to run... test your computer for around 8-12 hours at a time and see if any BSODs pop up.
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Do you have Deamon Tools, or this: http://www.duplexsecure.com/downloads installed?
If so, remove them. Alcohol can cause this problem too.

Did you try flashing your BIOS?

I want you to now try stress testing...
Download Prime95 from here: http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft/
Just download and install... no need to register unless you want to contribute to finding Mersenne Primes.
Read this for a torture tutorial: http://www.playtool....95/prime95.html
Try running both a blend and large in-place FFT tests. These will take a while to run... test your computer for around 8-12 hours at a time and see if any BSODs pop up.


yeah i have deamon tools ...

:| what do you mean flashing my BIOS ?

i will do the test but don't kbow if i can for 12 hours ...straight
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Remove Deamon Tools right now.
And check if the problem happens again.

i will do the test but don't kbow if i can for 12 hours ...straight

You can do it overnight... do the test for as long as possible if not 12 hours.

You could also try flashing your BIOS...
http://www.asrock.co...l=939Dual-SATA2
Carefully read the instructions, as improper flashing may require you to get a new BIOS chip.

Do this as a last resort though.
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In the test the voltages +3.3 +5 and +12 seem a bit off and i read this
http://www.playtool....ting/intro.html , down at Fix #9: check your power supply , and there it says that +12 is for the video card or something then maybe in a game it could drop more ? ? and the +5 seems high too
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I will remove deamon and test ... will post the result shortly.Did that no change ....


Probably i mention this before but sometimes the computer just restarts

Edited by geekCell, 30 July 2009 - 02:26 PM.

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Probably i mention this before but sometimes the computer just restarts

This makes me think that the problem is overheating too.

Those voltages look ok, they don't have to be exactly at 12V or 5V, just around that number... also, voltage sensors can be a little incorrect at times.

Do you have an old video card, if so try using that.
Newer video cards suck power from the PSU's +12V rail, so the max amperages on that rail are important.

Run the torture test in Prime95 and tell me the results.
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Probably i mention this before but sometimes the computer just restarts

This makes me think that the problem is overheating too.

Those voltages look ok, they don't have to be exactly at 12V or 5V, just around that number... also, voltage sensors can be a little incorrect at times.

Do you have an old video card, if so try using that.
Newer video cards suck power from the PSU's +12V rail, so the max amperages on that rail are important.

Run the torture test in Prime95 and tell me the results.


My video card isn't that old , its a 9600GT

That pic is taken during Prime95 , i only done 1 of those tests , that with maximum heat and power consumtion , 6 time for 1 hour


I will do the test how you said , but i wont be home for the next few days(1 week at most) , i will be back with this when i have done the test
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Probably i mention this before but sometimes the computer just restarts

This makes me think that the problem is overheating too.

Those voltages look ok, they don't have to be exactly at 12V or 5V, just around that number... also, voltage sensors can be a little incorrect at times.

Do you have an old video card, if so try using that.
Newer video cards suck power from the PSU's +12V rail, so the max amperages on that rail are important.

Run the torture test in Prime95 and tell me the results.


My video card isn't that old , its a 9600GT

That pic is taken during Prime95 , i only done 1 of those tests , that with maximum heat and power consumtion , 6 time for 1 hour


I will do the test how you said , but i wont be home for the next few days(1 week at most) , i will be back with this when i have done the test
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All right then... come back when you have finished running some tests.
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All right then... come back when you have finished running some tests.

The thing with me and the voltage is that even if its in range maybe it could spike at some point

And just wanted to say one more thing , thx man for sticking with me for so long , i really appreciate this
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Can you look at your PSU... give me the rated wattage, make/model, and the max amperages on all the rails.

I'm saying, do you have an old video card?
If you do, then try using it instead of your 9600.
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