Frequent BSOD! HELP PLEASE

Adhit

New Member
#1
I Just got my new computer and its already acting up with BSODS. Its very random and I don't know how to fix this problem, please help and thanks. View attachment Bluescreen DUmp.rar

Sorry Forgot to add my SPecs:

M4A87TD EVO Motherboard
AMD Phenom II x6 Black Edition Processor (clocked at default 3.3ghz)
Palit GT520 (Default Settings[Except I edit the fan to run 100%])
Superlatency 4GB Ram
Hitachi 2TB Harddrive
1000w Extreme Gaming Series
Compaq Keyboard and Ibuypower mouse
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit OS
 


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Mike

Windows Forum Admin
Staff member
Premium Supporter
#2
You may have a defective board. I have examined all of the BSODs, and there is nothing to indicate that software on the system is the cause.

Try running a check for System File Integrity.

What modifications have you made to the computer since you bought it? Can you please fill out your computer specs in your profile?

The Hardware Abstraction Layer (hall.dll) is part of the BSOD in nearly every single one, meaning there could be a problem with chipset drivers.

You should get the latest Intel INF Driver Updates and Intel RST (Rapid Storage Technology). See:

http://windows7forums.com/software-updates/13925-intel-inf-update-utility-intel-chipset-driver.html

http://windows7forums.com/software-updates/11399-intel-rapid-storage-technology-update.html

Without any further information about what type of computer you have, you will have a difficult time getting any further analysis. However, if you have an Intel chipset, having these two driver utilities is absolutely essential. There is evidence that a hardware problem with USB took place at least once, and this would likely update the USB controller and I/O drivers for the system.

Please see: http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-support/37201-tips-getting-help-support-forums.html
 


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Adhit

New Member
#3
You may have a defective board. I have examined all of the BSODs, and there is nothing to indicate that software on the system is the cause.

Try running a check for System File Integrity.

What modifications have you made to the computer since you bought it? Can you please fill out your computer specs in your profile?

The Hardware Abstraction Layer (hall.dll) is part of the BSOD in nearly every single one, meaning there could be a problem with chipset drivers.

You should get the latest Intel INF Driver Updates and Intel RST (Rapid Storage Technology). See:

http://windows7forums.com/software-updates/13925-intel-inf-update-utility-intel-chipset-driver.html

http://windows7forums.com/software-updates/11399-intel-rapid-storage-technology-update.html

Without any further information about what type of computer you have, you will have a difficult time getting any further analysis. However, if you have an Intel chipset, having these two driver utilities is absolutely essential. There is evidence that a hardware problem with USB took place at least once, and this would likely update the USB controller and I/O drivers for the system.

Please see: http://windows7forums.com/windows-7-support/37201-tips-getting-help-support-forums.html
Thanks I'll try running the check system file Inegrity.
 


Adhit

New Member
#4
I tried the system integrity check and it didn't detect anything wrong with my computer and I also tried memory diagnostic and it says nothing wrong, so any other ideas? I also experienced a bluescreen recently playing l4d2 and it had something to do with the ntoskrnl.exe and caused by address ntoskrnl.exe+7fd00. Thanks
 


Elmer

Extraordinary Member
#5
Further to Mikes excellent advice, I've just spotted the RTCore64.sys Wed May 25 07:39:12 2005 driver in your dump files. Although in no way connected (??) to your current problem, it's a time bomb waiting to happen. This driver belongs to RivaTuner or EVGA Precision and has known issues with Windows 7. Uninstall
 


Adhit

New Member
#6
Further to Mikes excellent advice, I've just spotted the RTCore64.sys Wed May 25 07:39:12 2005 driver in your dump files. Although in no way connected (??) to your current problem, it's a time bomb waiting to happen. This driver belongs to RivaTuner or EVGA Precision and has known issues with Windows 7. Uninstall
Ok thanks :D
 


kaos

Senior Member
#7
new pc and BSOD for hardware issues??


personally, i would send it back, its a lot of money to spend on a pc and there not cheap , all parts are covered by manufacturer, so if we find the root cause of this and its confirmed hardware, send it back my friend
 


Adhit

New Member
#8
new pc and BSOD for hardware issues??


personally, i would send it back, its a lot of money to spend on a pc and there not cheap , all parts are covered by manufacturer, so if we find the root cause of this and its confirmed hardware, send it back my friend
I just wiped my computer clean, and I havn't really tested it with games yet since steam isn't finishing downloading me games. But I'm kinda disappointing in buying from Ibuypower, though I think they are really a great company and all. I guess I was desperate for a new computer cause my old one broke and I really didn't feel like messing with it.
 


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