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Blue Screen in XP New Build - HELP PLEASE

Discussion in 'General Software' started by iambentheboff, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. iambentheboff New Member

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    Recently put together this system:

    Antec Sonata 3 Super Black Mini Tower
    Intel-DC e6750 @2.66GHZ
    Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
    2GB (2x1GB) CorsairTwinX XMS2, DDR2
    LiteOn DH-20A3P-12C 20x DVD±R, 8x
    Abit Fatality FP-IN9 SLI Mobo
    Sapphire 1950 GT 256MB
    Samsung HDD 250 (E-IDE) spinpoint
    AKASA 3.5" AK-ICR-01E Internal Multi card reader
    19" Iiyama PLE1900WS-B
    Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
    Microsoft Desktop 6000 Cordless


    Kept having BSOD for multiple reasons which I could not work out. I ran Memtest for 10 cycles w/o any errors at all. Also changed hard disks, reinstalled XP home to a different samsung HDD but SATA and changed the graphics card to 1950XT. Downloads new drivers for Graphics card and motherboard but still getting intermittent errors.

    First time round used Abit firewall and had no anti-virus. Second time used windows firewall and McAfee Suite but still happening. Rarely get same BSOD message more than once.

    Tried RAM in different slots. More than powerful enough PSU, brand new, no dust. Using Antec Freezer but not overclocked and CPU runs at 27 oC.

    Included some minidump files, can anyone help??
     

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    kane77573 New Member

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    I will check the memory dumps for you.
     
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    I had a bad board with what looks like the same issues as you are having. I suspected my RAM first but then used some gold ram and it still crashed. swapped the mobo out and the system now runs fine. You could try updating the BIOS, but I had no luck with any of the bios updates. Check the net for issues with the board, im sure the
     
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    Well mcafee crashed your box on one occasion
    Uninstall mcafee first
    try this for a few days and see if you get another Bluescreen.

    try reinstalling the NIC driver and overwrite the old one.
    Then if not, I also saw the problem stemed from when mcafee scanned the nvidia lan driver sys file
    Disable this in the bios if you have another nic card if uninstalling mcafee does not work
    And try running the os with this disabled.



    this next debug file speaks for itself, Might be some usb drive you plugged in also.
     
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    I was still having problems even when McAfee not installed. I installed anti-virus software just incase there was any problems with my first install. Could the USB problem be an internal card reader that plugs into the usb header on the mobo?
     
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    try disconnecting that usb reader
    also try and use another nic card and disable the onboard in bios.
     
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    you can also check this thread out, this is where I got most of the info I had.
    http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=100633

    I killed my board using Bios 13 though wouldn't even boot, no screen at all.

    If your bios is the early one (10 I think) it has a lot of issues, even now the latest bios has not solved everyone issues.

    but hey go through the motions and check all the dumps if you like [​IMG]
     
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