Frequent/intermittent BSOD after Windows 7 upgrade

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  1. cameronlane

    cameronlane New Member

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    I upgraded my mom's computer to Windows 7, and after loading all the latest drivers, I'm getting random BSODs that say "Page Fault in a Non-Paged Area."

    Minidumps linked below:
    Minidump 1
    Minidump 2
    Minidump 3
    Minidump 4
    Minidump 5
    Minidump 6

    Can anyone decipher these and tell me what the problem may be?

    System Specs:
    Operating system and whether it is 32bit (x86) or 64bit (x64),
    Which Service Pack: Windows 7 64-bit Service Pack 1
    Motherboard Mfr. and model number: ASRock G31M-S
    CPU Type and Speed: Intel Core Duo Q6600 @ 2.4Ghz
    Memory (RAM) Mfr. and model number: Crucial DDR2 800 4GB
    Video Card Type and Speed: NVidia GFORCE 8600GT w/512MB DDR2, Driver version 275.33 (latest driver according to NVidia website)
    Power Supply Unit (PSU) Mfr. and Wattage: Sparkle 550W

    Memory Tab.JPG

    SPD Tab.JPG

    Thanks!
    Cam
     
    #1 cameronlane, Aug 5, 2011
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  2. cameronlane

    cameronlane New Member

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    Bueller? Bueller?
     
  3. zigzag3143

    zigzag3143 Honorable Member
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    About half of these logs were inconclusive. I would run these to tests to define what the true cause/s are.

    Memory corruption probably caused by a driver. please run these two tests



    1-Memtest.

    Download a copy of Memtest86 and burn the ISO to a CD using Iso Recorder or another ISO burning program.

    Boot from the CD, and leave it running for at least 5 or 6 passes.

    Just remember, any time Memtest reports errors, it can be either bad RAM or a bad motherboard slot.

    Test the sticks individually, and if you find a good one, test it in all slots.



    2-Driver verifier


     
  4. cameronlane

    cameronlane New Member

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    zigzag- thanks so much.

    I'll give that a shot.

    Cam
     
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    zigzag3143 Honorable Member
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    Good luck and thanks
     
  6. nmsuk

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    Looking at the memory timings, they're completely out. Can you set you memory speed to 800mhz with timings of 4-4-4-12-24 2T with a ddr voltage of 2.0V
     
  7. cameronlane

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    Ran Memtest86 for 5 passes using the extended test. Nothing. Thought I had the problem nailed down to a bad display driver, but the computer started BSOD'ing again. Same thing. Back to square one.

    More DMPs here

    nmsuk- I'll try adjusting the RAM through the BIOS utility. Thanks for pointing that out. Would be nice if it turns out to be that simple.
     
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    Here's new SPD and Memory tab screen caps. Do my memory settings look correct now? Is the tRFC supposed to be 24? I couldn't find a place to set that, and it looks like it's at 52 with the CL, tRCD, tRP, and tRAS set to 4-4-4-12 and the voltage @ 2.0V.

    Memory2.JPG

    spd1.JPG

    spd2.JPG
     
    #8 cameronlane, Aug 8, 2011
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