Also the solution that is provided is for XP, I don't think the patch will work with vista. VISTA F***ING BLOWS.... Attached Files: bsod.png File size: 394.2 KB Views: 10 bsod2.png File size: 102 KB Views: 13 Akendolfr, Nov 5, 2016 #8 Suslik V Well-Known Member You need to ask Microsoft about I just completeda test: by putting Gigabyte easytune (yes i know, don't use overclocking software!) to energy saving mode so it's now on 800mhz and running roguekiller again, it BSODs again, Source
I'm new to these forums and I've signed up as I'm having some BSOD issues with my new computer and I wonder if anyone can help. I just received the GPU back from an RMA (artificing problems with the old one). other than that i'm just gonna install XP and deal with Direct X 9.0 with DX10 cards.. PLZ Help. *Update* Returned the drive today, and to relieve some of the stress I've managed to find myself dealing with over this situation, I hung out with one of my
Vista loading bar..... I don't think it's necessarily the OC I had since its still BSODing at such a low freq. Also he provided me with the following LINK FAQ ID # 57880 - I get frequent BSOD crashes when installing or running Windows Vista 64 bit and I have over 3GB Listen to the man!
If the problem persists, open a ticket on our support page https://support.sucuri.net and we will assist with troubleshooting. I'll uninstall that just in case it might be doing something. I realized that self help was only going to go so far.. i'm gonna try and return the > drive tomorrow and see if the drive is the issue.
I tried fixing the problem myself, and tried searching if someone has had the same problem as me. If someone has any input as to something I missed, I'm open to sugguestions. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. another 20 minutes later i talked to the tier 2 tech only to hear > that WD's official stand on the situation is and i quote "Our official > standing on
Forums My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number ASUS P5QLPRO OS WIN7X64 CPU E6700 CORE 2 Motherboard ASUS P5QLPRO Memory 8 G DDR2 800MHZ Graphics Card GTX260 55MM Sound Card REALTEK HD 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 installation & setup Yet All rights reserved. I find this hard to believe since I leave the pc on for days at a time sometimes, never with any issue.
Keep in mind that My primary boot drive is the raptor X 150gb. http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-bsod-on-clean-vista-install.html i'm gonna try and return the drive tomorrow and see if the drive is the issue. If so, it's not for Vista. Partitions are 40960mb/40960mb/remaining > space. > > *Installed XPSP2 (didn't configure anything) > > *Restarted, finished installation and moved on to vista. > > *Installed Vista x64 (os files) > >
Acer, Vista, Stuck in eRecovery, No Desktop/BIOS Steffanic, Aug 26, 2016, in forum: Windows Vista Replies: 3 Views: 414 TerryNet Aug 27, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Any help is very much appreciated. (Hope I compressed the attached file right.) video help | post reply | read more Another BSoD Victim location: 8forums.com - date: March 1, 2013 I should add that the highest temp noted by CoreTemp was 53C although that's not certain because I wasn't staring at it as the BSOD happened. have a peek here another 20 minutes later i talked to the tier 2 tech only to hear that WD's official stand on the situation is and i quote "Our official standing on vista 64
if you can think of anything I could try to get this to work... Im hoping its some other similar issue. damnation View Public Profile Visit damnation's homepage!
So, driver issue? Since you are getting that far, on the last boot you should select F8 and choose either safe mode or low resolution mode. so now that i'm up and running and i have setup 12 accounts to level for me while i work, i'll have some 1000+mhz memory by the end of the month Check This Out Thank you Akendolfr Akendolfr, Oct 31, 2016 #1 Suslik V Well-Known Member If Windows prompts to you to send report after rebooting PC - then do it.
Hard Shut-Downs with No Tell-Tale Signs » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post Weird Connection Problem I spent some time with it, recording test footage of DOOM at 1080p and 60fps, mostly altering the video bitrate to find what works best for my system. Vista installation & setup Common Thread with FAILED INSTALL,Hello. And i wasn't gonna give up on this especially after i had put so much time and effort into this.
And i wasn't gonna give up on this especially after i had > put so much time and effort into this. So here goes: Problem signature: Problem Event Name: BlueScreen OS Version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.768.2 Locale ID: 1033 Additional information about the problem: BCCode: 101 BCP1: 00000061 BCP2: 00000000 BCP3: 803D1120 BCP4: 00000001 OS I built the computer with CPU, mobo, ssd, ram all bought from the same place, only PSU and GPU from my old pc. nevertheless that's the > background here's what's going on.
OS Dual Boot, XP Pro and Vista Ultimate x64 New 10 Sep 2007 #8 Adam Leinss Guest Re: Yet another BSOD after install thread.. I can't get the task manager up. Original HTML: HERE WhoCrashed is basically saying the same thing and that the cause could be thermal __________________ successful trades: dazza00, avexdevil, mximus, 0ztek, Saiyan_Overlord, Jchurch, mute, deeps, ventz Last edited I've seen many issues with operating system installs since that's my job, Computer Repair.
INCLUDING RAPTOR X!! From yesterday I have been facing the blue screen of death with error worker thread returned at bad Irql.