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Created On: 01/16/2008 01:04 PM
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 01/16/2008 01:04 PM
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Philpy
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hay all

windows Vista 64
i got a Phenom 9500 and a Ausu Crosshair
i flashed my bios before i got my new chip to 0904.

i installed my new Phemom 9500 and started the System and left it to go in to normal windows and that was ok 2 min in windows crash BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH
so i tryed it again samething this time i looked at the message and found that a driver called

AMDLLD64.SYS

was giveing me a problem crashed all the time
so i started it in safemode and it was running ok i could't think what i could do to fix the problem so i had a look were the file was

C:\Windows\System32\drivers

i fort o well i delete it and hope for the best that windows will reinstalles the file when i reboot so i restarted in normal windows and found that windows did not reinstalled the file and for 2 day now my pc hasn't crashed once


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i just found that when i installed AMd Power Monitor it reinstalled AMDLLD64.SYS
so it my crash again so i post back if it does not crash

only tell you all just in case that help anyone with a the same problem

Philpy

Edited: 01/16/2008 at 01:16 PM by Philpy
 01/16/2008 02:05 PM
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Philpy
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ok seems ok with that file installed but

i been playing cod4 and the fps is around 60 going up and down
this CPU don't seem better at all it made my game slower

someone got to come up with something soon or i selling it don't seen right when i had a AMD x2 4200+ that ran faster
 01/17/2008 11:40 PM
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Silentscooter
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From what I have read, and I could wrong, but COD4 or any other game for that matter aren't designed for quad cores. So quads maybe useless for gaming at this time.

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 01/18/2008 12:38 AM
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more info on the motherboard

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Gameing > AMD64 5000+ X2 Black (OC 3.2ghz - 1.375v) > TK Big Typoon > Asus M2N32-SLI delux > 2.2gb 4gb Gell ram > NVIDIA 8800 GTX > X-FI

Server > phenom 9500 (OC 2.475ghz 1.3v)> 4gb ram > Asus M3A32-MVP> lots of disk space
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