the @#$&#*#$()@# thing hasn't gone out the window yet, but I think I've fixed it now (Data corruption on a file server, go figure). The longest i've been having without it is actually almost a week, i thought it was fixed by then but it came back again yesterday. P.S. But at the moment the Errors I'm getting are:Service Control Manager -> The Contact Data_34088 service terminated unexpectedly. Check This Out
basroilFeb 9, 2016, 10:28 PM You need to update your video drivers, preferably by downloading from the nvidia website and selecting the "perform clean install" option when you load the installer Ironically, that cable was (I Blieve, lots of swapping) on 1x of my striped HDD's. Pain in the ass psu's But yes Ram usually as C-Buzz mentions __________________ Quote: Originally Posted by neoprint There is a group of us that get incredibly erect over such hardware. I've upgraded the BIOS, and run a memtest during 20 hours, it passed without errors. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/254699-random-bsod-htpc-irql-not-less-equal.html
Ran fine until about a week and a half ago, started getting BSODs. Stay logged in Toggle WidthStylewindowsForum v1.0.3HomeContact UsHelpTerms and Rules TopThis website is not affiliated, owned, or endorsed by Microsoft Corporation. i guess if it happens again il try the memtest86 thing. Remove/update whatever else you can and see if that stops the BSOD's.
And when i start booting up the second time, and select start window normally, i can boot to window like normal. Here's my configuration: AMD Athlon XP 3000+/2.167GHz (333MHz FSB) Asus A7V333-RAID Rev 2.0 (BIOS 1018.001) w/ confirmed working 1/5 Divider (333MHz FSB) 1GB (2x512MB) OCZ PC2700/333MHz DDR eVGA 6800GT (BIOS 5.40.02.15.01) Anyways, thanx 4 the input ? Now it's the waiting game.
twas definately a (singular) hardware problems (plural). 2x things actually 1.) the motherboard, and 2.) HDD ribbon cable. I have a Corsair RM1000i on the way to see if that helps, and yes I tried the fresh install last week too, with zero improvement. Other than that no real progress. If I deactivate ffdshow in DSPlayer, no more BSODs.
You first need to create a recovery disk/usb though as it may be needed to get you into safe mode to turn off the driver verifier as it can at times as 4 your technical brainstorming ideas Word doc, U may possibly find this 1x more helpful or @least a good addition 2 those who ask U Q's, u/l'd here: http://www.edgeproductions.com...al_assistance_form.doc . but has nothing 2 do w/ these probs. I like all of the stupid lil features they put in there 2.
I hope someone has a solution. Bonuses But will be looking to checking the Windows Event Logs tonight. I've also noticed in my bios it says I have 4gb of ram however in windows it says I have 2. I appologize 4 the novel, but wanted 2 avoid repetition... & Thanx Every1! - J #1 TheShniz, Sep 29, 2004 TheShniz Junior Member Joined: Jul 29, 2004 Messages: 15 Likes
i was in desktop watching video and uploading video to internet. his comment is here Sign up for a free OCAU account and this ad will go away! The BSOD should B an obvious answer, but I'm getting 1x of 2x BSOD's. This PC is really my greatest project and I'd really like to fix it.
Good luck! SABERTOOTH Z77 - Support Can you also create a system recovery disk/USB please. The following corrective action will be taken in 10000 milliseconds: Restart the service. this contact form I've just a week ago built & shipped a new PC 4 my mother-in-law.
It was stable for a while and the BSOD started all over again. I'm in desperate need of some help and will try just about anything :'( Thanx as always! - J edited: There R ZERO events in the Event Log, how strange. As you have so many different types of bugcheck and with many relating to memory in one way or another it's only prudent to test your RAM.
I would B PROFOUNDLY GRATEFUL were some1 2 provide me a lead, revelation, or make sense of the MiniDumps! If you want to use the Geforce experience but don't want to lose the extra fps then go into services and disable 'Nvidia Shield streaming'. I checked every single driver with the help of zigzag, JMH and dave from the sevenforum with verifier, nothing got solved. navigate here Just take out one stick, run for a day or two (or until it crashes), then try the other.
Refusing to believe that my brand new rive could be the culprit, could the psu be causing random lockup, reboots and BSODs? Which is fair enough I guess. Nvidia have just released a new WHQL driver so try that but when installing use the 'custom' method and uncheck the audio part of the driver. As it so happens...
If one stick crashes and the other doesn't, you have bad memory and need to replace it. and how long do i run it for? Aswnet.sys <-- I have not stablished the pattern for this. The most popular, it C'ms ringing in @ ~7 out of 10 BSOD's, is the infamous "Driver IRQL not Less or Equal." As I'm sure U're aware, the BSOD flashes pretty
CPU Came with the laptop (i7 of some sort) Motherboard Pretty sure that it has one, but haven't checked inside the case! Not sure how to rule out Motherboard, CPU and PSU issues though. Sound Card I'm nearly deaf, so this isn't used often Monitor(s) Displays Touchscreen on laptop/32" Toshiba on HDMI (laid the Sharp TV on a mouse and cracked the screen!) Screen Resolution Expected Frequency: 1900 Actual Frequency: 2395 Overclock Ratio: 1.26053 BIOS Version K46CM.311 BIOS Release Date 10/16/2012 Manufacturer ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
Windows 7... Please let me know if you need anymore details from my side. BSOD Help and Support BSOD at random times: Driver IRQL Not Less Or EqualHello, I built this desktop approximately 2 years ago, but only just recently started experiencing BSOD at seemingly So this BSOD that states driver IRQL not less or equal netio.sys keeps happening to me at least once a day.
start monitoring stability from there 6. When i did the "grab all" test it came up with 2 folders, so i'm just gonna upload both. becase i disabled the on board device.