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How do I uninstall a driver? Is it linked to a specific driver? Aug 19, 2007 at 4:34 PM #8 Dippyskoodlez Joined: Jul 1, 2005 Messages: 5,161 (1.21/day) Thanks Received: 295 Location: Kansas City, KS System Specs System Name: Kryptonite Processor: Intel i7 5820k goldblooded View Public Profile Find all posts by goldblooded (#2) Mikel7 Member Guru Videocard: Gainward/GTX970/4096Mb Processor: I7 3770K Mainboard: Asus P8-Z77V Deluxe Memory: DDR 3 32Gb Soundcard: Creative http://flvtomp4mac.com/bsod/bsod-no-dump-files-hangs-on-0-in-bsod.php

RegardsMatthias CarstensRME MC's Website 4 Reply by Embedded 2009-10-30 17:29:51 Embedded ADAT user Offline Registered: 2009-01-21 Posts: 10 Re: HDSPe AIO & X58 Chipset BSOD Matthias,How stupid of me not to If you let the install check for updates, there are some new(ish) Nvidia chipset drivers. I tried reinstalling Windows, but the problem is never gone for more than a day... Run test 5 for a good while. (If you aren't using the dos like memtest, you aren't running memtest.) collinsray says thanks. http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/169496-bsod-8-gb-ddr3-vista64.html

Here is the latest bug file: Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.11.0001.404 X86 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. Last one I found on Asus' webpage is 8.3.0.1013, with the datestamp August 2nd 2007. goldblooded View Public Profile Find all posts by goldblooded (#14) KingCobra Member Guru Videocard: MSI GTX660ti SLI Processor: Intel Core i5-3570K @4GHZ Mainboard: MSI 967A-GD65 Memory: 8GB Corsair Dominator Wednesday, June 03, 2009 7:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I was under the impression disabling devices in the bios stops them from taking up IRQL resources,

Get FAN for chipset. OS ultimate 64 SP1 CPU Q9450 @ 3.6ghz Motherboard P5K PREMIUM Memory 8GB 1066mhz buffalo firestix Graphics Card HD 5970 Monitor(s) Displays 20'' syncmaster Screen Resolution 1680x1050 Keyboard logitech EX110 Mouse vBulletin Skin developed by: vBStyles.com Copyright (c) 1995-2014, All Rights Reserved. Unless you can prove otherwise, see these two PDFs for the DS3 and DS3R: http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/FileList/...a-ep45-ds3.pdf http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/FileList/...-ep45-ds3r.pdf Also, you might want to read DDR3 SDRAM - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - specifically

goldblooded View Public Profile Find all posts by goldblooded (#6) E.J.Smith Master Guru Videocard: EVGA GeForce Titan Processor: Intel I-5 2500K Mainboard: Gigabyte GA-Z68A-D3H-B3 Memory: 2 X 4 If that works, stay there. General Discussion Vista64 BSOD on Certain USB Stick InsertVista64 BSOD on Certain USB Stick Insert Problem description: Friend's Vista64 Ultimate system BSODs when a USB stick is inserted. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/918-63-win7-bsod Then check BIOS config. It has any option for Crossfire, for example?

it is also usual that bsod appears after some time after rised from standby mode. Aug 19, 2007 at 12:12 PM #2 Sexy_Davidd New Member Joined: Aug 16, 2007 Messages: 5 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 System Specs Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600+ Motherboard: ASUS M2N-E Thank you! use Bluescreenview or windbg to open it.

RegardsMatthias CarstensRME MC's Website 9 Reply by Embedded 2009-11-10 05:30:49 Embedded ADAT user Offline Registered: 2009-01-21 Posts: 10 Re: HDSPe AIO & X58 Chipset BSOD RME is excellent! Clicking Here Vista hardware & devices BSOD Vista64 Driver_Power_State_FailureI'm going to make this brief, because the last time I had a BSOD in the middle of my post. Is this card itself fried or should I fiddle around in my BIOS with memory timings and voltages? Yep, you'll likely need xp 64 or vista 64.

A system restore works for 1-3 hours, then it's back to BSOD's. More about the author Sorry for all the questions! Tonight I will wipe it and do a clean install of Windows 7-64. Also, most cases where this specific bluescreen pops up, there's a problem with the mobo not being certified for Vista (which I don't think is the case for the P5K-board).

Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Forum Vista Newsgroup Archive Vista Newsgroups Vista General BSOD - 8 Can anybody give me suggestions? Can run crossfire with two X1950XTX cards so long as I don't put more than 4GB of RAM in my box. check my blog Vista hardware & devices BSOD Vista64 Driver_Power_State_FailureI'm going to make this brief, because the last time I had a BSOD in the middle of my post.

It just blue-screened on me when typing this 10 minutes ago, like it knows or something... Also make shure your not overclocking anything. Besides, I'm not all that sure that this is a RAM-issue, as it behaves more like a driver-issue.

I upgraded from Vista 64 to Windows 7 64-bit and the same problems still exist.

Has Ati verified it should even work with 8Gb? Join Now Help Remember Me? GeForce ForceWare and GeForce Exerience drivers are for NVIDIA Quadro and all GeForce based videocards. Windows 7 rc, is not a release canidate, its media hype.  If they seriously plan on releasing this, they must be retarded.

Before an OS is and can be loaded, the system has to check itself routinely and load it's config into memory. Also, as someone else here said: please post the BSOD-text or the Eventlog-entry that deals with the BSOD/Unexpected shutdown. The time now is 21:20. .

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Then check BIOS config. It has any option for Crossfire, for example? Will it not work either? What would the pagefile have to do with hardware address allocation Aug 19, 2007 at 10:17 PM #14 Grings Joined: Nov 16, 2006 Messages: 2,623 (0.69/day) Thanks Received: 395 Location: I know that there are thousands of different permutations to this problem, and that many, many, many fixes have been suggested.

So, in summary:HDSPe AIO #2 in Shuttle X38 - PASS (Driver 3.082, Vista 32 4GB)HDSPe AIO #1 in Shuttle X48 - PASS (Driver 3.079, Vista 64 8GB)HDSPe AIO #1 in Shuttle Very low heating will cause bsod:s from any chip on bus. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing.