computer BSOD's on me CONSTANTLY

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by tednelson83, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. tednelson83

    tednelson83 Guest

    ok, my full system specs are now listed in the "my system specs" thin
    at the bottom of my posts

    the error codes listed are 0x07f, 0x0a, 0x00, 0x04, 0xffd0f4f0, an
    0x822a0360 (excess "0"'s truncated but all error codes are 8 digit
    after the "x"

    i know not of this "memory hole remapping" you speak of, so i woul
    have to say no

    cpu core temp currently at 43.1*C according to the screen on the fron
    of my case. the sensor is placed in the middle of the heatsink fins

    that work for you mr. mark h
    tednelson83, Sep 11, 2008
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    tednelson83 Guest

    the memory diagnostic tool reported no errors found
    tednelson83, Sep 11, 2008
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  3. Above is your whole post. Where is the "thing" with your specs?
    Paul Montgomery, Sep 11, 2008
  4. tednelson83

    Phillips Guest

    OK, next step I'd try is to check if the BSOD issue occurs when running in
    Safe Mode... to figure out if a 3rd party app/service is the culprit.

    Bothers me that this happens after reinstall - "windows failure almost every
    day since 6/25/08 when i last wiped it." I assume "wiped" means
    "reinstalled." Might also mean "cleaned" up or such?

    More, "reliability index id down to a 2.60" Do you see any pattern -
    hardware, apps - that might cause such a low index?

    Here's a thread on low RIndex issues:
    For more about Reliability score:

    Post back with the Safe Mode outcome.
    Phillips, Sep 11, 2008
  5. tednelson83

    Mark H Guest

    Excellent! Error messages!

    So, let's look at the commonality:

    0x7F: Hardware issue
    You're overclocking incorrectly.
    This error message can occur if either of the following conditions exists: .
    Your computer has hardware or software problems (hardware failure is the
    most common cause).
    . You try to over clock the speed of your computer's processor (for
    example, you set a 2500 MhZ processor to run at 2870 MhZ).

    0x0A: Driver issue related to RAM
    I don't think you're trying to install Vista, so the following probably
    You experience this problem if the following conditions are true: . The
    computer has an NVIDIA chipset.
    . The computer has four gigabytes (GB) or more of RAM.

    0x00: This is a bug check code.
    This typically implies a driver did something stupid, so it was stopped.

    0x04: This is a bug check code.
    This typically implies a driver did something stupid, so it was stopped.

    0x8xxxxxxx: Data_Bus_Error
    Problem accessing memory

    0xFFD0F4F0: Never seen this one.

    Driver issue accessing memory.
    Probably due to the 10% overclocking function which can cause peripheral
    hardware: memory, controllers, integrated sound, etc. to suddenly
    malfunction producing random BSODs. The real pointer to the overclock
    problem is that they are inconsistent errors. Since most of these are memory
    related, you probably resulted in a CPU speed increase without lowering your
    FSB multiplier and exceeded the ability of your memory. But, this is all a
    guess since your specs still haven't made it to the public. :)

    Have you still had problems since you restored nomal clocking?
    Mark H, Sep 11, 2008
  6. tednelson83

    On Request Guest

    One thing I do when encountering strange or odd looking displays is to have
    my digital camera handy and take a photo of the actual screen and make a
    record of it. Sometimes I will post the relevant screen photos on a web
    photo site so that those who are helping me solve the problem can see the
    actual screen. The old adage about a picture and 1000 words is applicable
    to computer problems as well! Just a thought....
    On Request, Sep 19, 2008
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