Topic Title: BSOD!!!!!!! (attempt 2)
Topic Summary: blue screen of death
Created On: 02/05/2013 03:29 PM
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 02/05/2013 03:29 PM
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Rechetking
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Graphics Card
-Radeon HD 7750

AMD Catalyst Driver Version, and Driver History
-Current: 13.1
-Tested: 13.2 beta


Operating System
-Windows 7 64 bit, service pack 1


Issue Details
-Blue screen of death
-Error message constantly changes
-Occurs at any time
-Last occurrence was when I was typing this.
-Mostly occurs during start up
-Several error messages I have related back to possible driver issues.
-Known error messages
-IRQL not less than or equal
-PFN LIST CORRUPT???? (I may have not typed that word for word)
-Memory Management


Motherboard or System Make & Model
-ASUS M2N-SLI rev 1.00G


Power Supply
.AD-5520N2-36

.600 Watt max power


Display Device(s) and Connection(s) Used
-Monitor name: Generic PnP Monitor [NoDB]
-Model: LD-3260
-Monitor ID: WDE189C


Applications and Games
-Any application
-Any Game

CPU Details
-AMD Phenom(tm) 9500 Quad-Core Processor, 2210 MHz
-Noticed Core #1 does not have any usage.


Motherboard BIOS Version
-Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG

System Memory Type & Amount
-Amount: 6GB
-Type: (unknown)

Additional Hardware
-Hard Drives
-WDC WD1200BB-22CAA1 ATA Device (111 GB)
-ST3250823AS ATA Device (232 GB)

Additional Details
-Conducted several disk checks on the disk containing the operating system
-Conducted anti-virus check using Microsoft Security Essentials.

-Cleaned registery with CCleaner

 02/05/2013 07:06 PM
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Sumicchi
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While I can't offer any direct help, I do recall seeing most of those kinds of random error messages with my previous computer whose motherboard had several issues including a corrupted BIOS and memory slot conductivity issues and some other things.

In short, my motherboard was a piece and needed to be replaced.
It was an older Biostar motherboard, but I have seen countless issues with Asus motherboards like yours, so it may very well conform to the trend of Asus motherboards I've seen.

Also, to my knowledge, there should be no reason that the video card drivers or the control center would be causing this problem, especially since it usually happens while windows is starting (or in other words, long before the control center is initialized).

 02/05/2013 07:18 PM
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Rechetking
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I didn't mean starting up windows 7. I meant just after that where windows 7 is booted and after login when all the back ground programs are booting usually. (Right after login).

 

Though i thank you for the response, I'll try replacing my motherboard in the future with one of the spares and see if that fixes the problem.

 

Also, Whenever my computer crashes, my hard drive activity light (Red light that flashes when hard drive is active i believe maybe or something like that??????) doesn't blink and instead remains lit up during the entire BSOD.

 02/05/2013 07:25 PM
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Sumicchi
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Ah, alright then with the note about the hard drive, your hard drive actually may be what's failing. If possible, do try to get a spare hard drive and install windows and everything on it and use that for a while and see if the problem persists.

A friend of mine online had something very similar to this happen and it had similar symptoms as well, so it should be your hard drive. Try replacing that part first before the motherboard.

 02/05/2013 08:17 PM
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Thanny
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HD activity is normal if it's dumping memory.

In any case, you definitely have a hardware problem.  Memory is both the most likely thing to be faulty, and the easiest thing to replace.  Boot up Memtest86 and run it for many hours.  Given how often you're crashing, it might find errors right away.

 02/06/2013 12:08 PM
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Originally posted by: Rechetking Error message constantly changes

Typical sign of dead RAM.

IRQL not less than or equal

Also typical sign of dead RAM.

 

Go no further, check your RAM.

http://memtest86.com/



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 02/06/2013 07:15 PM
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Rechetking
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Ok ran mem test and i got 3 errors. Rearranged my RAM and took out two sticks of the older RAM. THE RESULTS ARE IN, 0 ERRORS! Thank you online community of peopleThis is for you random citizen

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