BSOD on system rating, also 3d rendering

#1
I am working on a new build. View attachment Seven Forums.zip I was able to get windows 7 hp 64bit sp1 installed with most updates installed. I am testing the functionality of all aspects of this system to verify stability and confirm all components are working properly. Currently, the on board audio isn't working and every time that I run windows system rating, this rig BSODs. I had the same issue with an aftermarket vid card installed, so I removed it, now using the onboard video and I am still getting the same BSOD issue. I tried running passmark BurnIn test and have found that I can run all the tests fine EXCEPT for the 3D test... it always BSODs. please help... do I have a bad motherboard? I'm wondering if its a bad North/southbridge chip. Thanks.
 


Captain Jack

Extraordinary Member
#2
Hello there!

Have you tried to install different set of drivers? Sometimes a little older drivers might just do the trick. It's hard to diagnose a Motherboard fault. But since you said both the on-board and external GPU card causes BSOD you might wanna check if your PSU have enough power to handle them. Also check if the system is suffering from Overheat issues as well. Run few stress test like Prime95, Furmark and see how it goes. Also the BSOD didn't create any dump files.
 


#3
Hello there!

Have you tried to install different set of drivers? Sometimes a little older drivers might just do the trick. It's hard to diagnose a Motherboard fault. But since you said both the on-board and external GPU card causes BSOD you might wanna check if your PSU have enough power to handle them. Also check if the system is suffering from Overheat issues as well. Run few stress test like Prime95, Furmark and see how it goes. Also the BSOD didn't create any dump files.
The power supply is brand new, I have tested it with a power supply tester and all voltages are good. Its a thermaltake tr2-600W (should be more than enough power). I have an aftermarket coolmaster heatsink Hyper TX3 that was applied with arctic silver 5 compound. idle it runs at 30C and under load it has maxed at 50C.

Lastly, I realize there is no dump file, it hangs on the dump screen and never complete the dump... like its frozen. I attached a picture of the screen, notice the "artifacts on the bottom and left of the screen. weird. IMG_20120719_095528.jpg
 


Captain Jack

Extraordinary Member
#4
The power supply is brand new, I have tested it with a power supply tester and all voltages are good. Its a thermaltake tr2-600W (should be more than enough power). I have an aftermarket coolmaster heatsink Hyper TX3 that was applied with arctic silver 5 compound. idle it runs at 30C and under load it has maxed at 50C.

Lastly, I realize there is no dump file, it hangs on the dump screen and never complete the dump... like its frozen. I attached a picture of the screen, notice the "artifacts on the bottom and left of the screen. weird.
It's STOP 0x01E i.e. KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED. Did you check if the RAM is compatible with the Motherboard? Try to bump up the voltages and timings of RAM from BIOS . Refer your Motherboard / RAM manual. If you can also run MemTest86+ test for 6 to 7 passes.
 


Trouble

Noob Whisperer
#5
I am working on a new build.
Just looking at the driver list that you provided, this looks like anything but a "new build".
Did you perform a clean install of Windows 7 after formatting the hard drive?
I am seeing scsi / raid controller drivers (Intel, IBM, SIS, MegaSAS, LSI, etc.,) along with drivers from Brother, network adapter drivers that do not seem to actually be present on the system along with other that are present but outdated.
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This does not look like a list of drivers that I would expect to find on a clean install of Windows 7 but more akin to a hard drive that was moved from another and into this computer.
All of those pre-date Windows 7 RTM and might require some attention as to updating if they (the devices) are still present on your system.
Just a question and unfortunately not exactly much of an answer.
Can you please check and confirm that, your machine is configured properly to facilitate the collection of .dmp files.
Go to Start and type in sysdm.cpl and press Enter
Click on the Advanced tab
Click on the Startup and Recovery Settings button
Ensure that Automatically restart is unchecked
Under the Write Debugging Information header select Small memory dump (256 kB) in the dropdown box
Ensure that the Small Dump Directory is listed as %systemroot%\Minidump << where your .dmp files can be found later
Click OK twice to exit the dialogs, then reboot for the changes to take effect.
 


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