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share Link to post Share on other sites krayneeum krayneeum    Member 22 posts Junior Member Posted May 13, 2013 · Original PosterOP It might be your drivers timing out and The thing is, what i am afraid of, that when i bought the gpu gard, i had a fear of my psu not being enough for my gpu + rest. BSOD Help and Support ntoskrnl.exe causing BSOD Windows 7Hi, i was given a laptop by a friend about a week ago, its a DELL Vostro 1500. Thanks!  :)Linus Tech Tips Forum Code of Conduct           FAQ           Privacy Policy & Legal Disclaimer share Link to post Share on other sites jansajt click site

If no, try it. as opposed to CD-ROM Drive, Hard Drive, etc. Lastly, the RAM is fine. (If you want the results i can send you them as well.) Soooooo, i ll w8 for the blue screen to reappear and send you the ihave also tried teh driver sweeper.... Read More Here

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Both still gave the blue screen. So... Lian Li PC-V359WRX Micro-ATX Case | Intel 5960X Extreme 3.00GHz | ASRock Fatal1ty X99M KILLER | Crucial 32 GB 2666 DDR4 | Thermaltake NiC C5 | EVGA Supernova 1200W P2 | 2x 240GB OCZ Radeon R7

How am I supposed to debug the issue if I can't get into Windows? –ridecontrol53 Apr 29 '16 at 18:13 add a comment| active oldest votes Know someone who can answer? Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Windows 7 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear Hello and Welcome to LTT Forum!If you are a new member, please read the rules located in "Forum News and Info". Display Driver Blue Screen Windows 7 Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support BSOD Help and Support » User Name Remember Me?

Upgrading to new RAM causes Blue Screen in T340-2344BMU Can't find your answer ? Graphic Card Blue Screen Error It did not. Happily It seems that my graphics card is not the source of all my problems all along and my system seems stable now. jase240Aug 6, 2012, 4:18 AM That is one fairly old motherboard, I doubt the PSU that you have connected to it has enough power for your GPU.(probably a 250W PSU) Check

With a little bit of googling, I discovered from one source the the program "Daemon Tools" is known to cause issues like mine. Nvidia Blue Screen Blue screen and distortion... SuniusAug 6, 2012, 3:31 PM It's bad card. A clue is needed to solve a rebus puzzle more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us

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If you are running any Beta drivers (and you may not know it, I didn't , so check) rip them out and then find a nice stable driver. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/351321-new-gpu-causing-ntoskrnl-bsod-randomly.html Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup List Graphics Card Blue Screen Windows 7 SuniusAug 10, 2012, 5:11 AM jase240 said: He did not clarify that it was 2 computers, he said 2 OSes. How To Test Graphics Card For Problems Spell it out as if you were addressing a retarded inebriated infant so I can follow along ^_^ Best answer Hash1991Apr 29, 2014, 6:04 AM when running memtest+ remove all other

Weirdest thing is only cure I could find was swapping the usb port that my joystick was plugged into. get redirected here I used a driver cleaner to remove the amd graphic card and then installed the NVidia and updated the drivers to the last possible. I tried everything. ssr_ld_Feb 6, 2015, 12:41 PM Sry for my delayed answer. Blue Screen After Graphics Driver Update

So after a few cases of the the computer blue screening at login and freezes with kernel messages I started to look for solutions. mby i am afraid for no reason and is prolly a ram prob as 11sphere92 said but i just wanted to tell you so you can reassure me as well.) cin19Feb They all seem to happen when i start up my computer and usually kick in right when I try to log in.This issue is a new one and I think I navigate to this website more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed

Because if you don't have other GPU or PSU to try you hard to know where the problem comes from. Driver Sweeper Still no luck.So then after a bit of research and looking at my graphics card I found that it might have something to do with my mother board bios and there About disabling the onboard video, are there any guides for doing that?

for me the solution was simply turn of AMD overdrive.

The BSODs - gone - along with Symantec Endpoint.END QUOTE -Caused By Driver : SRTSPL64.SYSCaused By Address : SRTSPL64.SYS+536c0File Description : Symantec AutoProtectProduct Name : AutoProtectCompany : Symantec CorporationAfter using the It's starting to sound like reinstalling my OS is not the correct solution but rather replacing my faulty RAM. I'm not quite sure how exactly to change the DRAM timings, or what to change them to.. Memtest Address that referenced memory.Resolving the ProblemFor additional troubleshooting suggestions that apply to all Stop errors, see "Stop Message Checklist" later in this appendix.Stop 0xD1 messages can occur after installing faulty drivers

Try some other ramOverheating. the sticker on the laptop says "core 2 duo" but the actual processor was a celeron! :cry: so, my first port of call was throwing a core 2 duo in,... These must be removed through add/remove programs before Norton removal tool can proceed : Symantec AntiVirus 9 or later. http://osuweb.net/blue-screen/bsod-s-to-the-max.php I ran the kernel dumps and they pointed right to Symantec Endpoint as the cause.

I should also state that I was getting the odd message now and again of drivers giving out before I changed my GPU. Apparently the issue is caused by the voltage changing so quickly that the motherboard enacts a failsafe to protect it from damage. The errors are "BAD_POOL_HEADER", "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL", "FLTMGR.SYS", "NTSF.SYS", AND "SPECIAL_POOL_DETECTED_MEMORY_CORRUPTION". My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Builds OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1 CPU Intel Core i7 2600 @ 3.40GHz Sandy Bridge Motherboard ASRock H67DE3 Memory

When I get to the BIOS Boot Menu (after pushing F12) I discovered that the boot sequence lists everything as SATA0, SATA1,etc. Best answer cin19Feb 6, 2015, 4:45 PM The PSU looks same, but you said the PC does not have the bsod since you used the gtx760 in other pcie slot. GPU Causing Blue Screen! I think this is the psu Here is the psu from their official site: http://www.ms-tech.de/eng/index.php/product/detail/pdcid/74/pdid/269 .

I assumed it was drivers, or lack of drivers, as I had gone from an NVidia card to an AMD, but after going through reboot after reboot, and changing drivers, and http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/open-event-viewer#1TC=windows-7 and the screenshot like http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f2/Windows_XP_Event_Viewer.pngI think the problem maybe from the PSU, because from one review, the MS-TECH MS-N550-VAL does not look good, but I don't know that one is