BSOD when gaming.

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    pcbeats New Member

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    Hello. As of recently I've been receiving a BSOD when gaming. I have changed system settings to stop from automatically restarting at BSOD and to create a memory dump but failed with status "0xC0000010".

    My specs:
    ASRock Professional z77
    Intel i7 3770k, no oc, liquid cooled
    2x 4gb Corsair Vengeance DDR3 2133mhz, auto clocked down
    EVGA GTX 670
    Thermaltake 80+ Bronze 750w modular PSU.

    I have swapped out the ram with older ram I already know to be working and continued to receive a blue screen. Tested different ram slots with same result. RMA'd my video card and continue to have the problem with my new card. Replaced the hard drive, issue persists. Ran memtest 86 overnight without encountering an issue, furmark did not raise any issues either. Will provide more information upon assistance/request. Thank you.

    BSOD Technical Information:
    STOP: 0x000000F4 (0x0000000000000003, 0xFFFFFA800B27AB30, 0xFFFFFA800B27AE10, 0xFFFFF800033DB510)
     
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    Any input?
     
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    Finally was able to get the minidump. Does anyone have the know how to make sense of it?
     

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    Nothing much in that dump file no mention of third party drivers.
    However I have noticed a driver
    RTCore64.sys 9/6/2011 There are some known issues with Windows 7 and that particular driver so you may want to consider addressing that (uninstall or rename to test).
    Additionally you may want to consider updating to service pack 1 Download: Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (KB976932) - Microsoft Download Center - Download Details
    And use your system BIOS utility to turn off EIST (Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology) and turn on XMP for your memory. See if that has any impact on stability during game play.
    Regards
    Randy
     

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