New BSoD error

MAVE2ICK

New Member
This is a brand new hard drive with a clean install...memory sticks seem to be fine...they passes the memtest 86+ over 40times without failure...so since its a clean install there has been no changes made to spark the error...unless one of the system updates are causing this...
 

nmsuk

Windows Forum Admin
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Both of your .dmp files point to ntfs.sys Can you do a chkdsk c: /R on your drive from within an admin command prompt. After that can you do a sfc /scannow also from an elivated command prompt.

Have you installed the lastest chipset drivers for your motherboard? Updated SATA dirvers too if they have them.
 
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nmsuk

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Staff member
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All those dmps point to the overclocking Utility so I'd uninstall it. why would you install an overclocking app when the system s unstable? Overclocking apps like this are a nightmare. If you are going to try and overclock do it from the bios.
 

MAVE2ICK

New Member
just wanted to check it out...wouldn't have used it...plus my system has enough juice that i wouldnt need to OC for awhile...any other ideas to what is causing the original BSoD
 

kaos

Senior Member
are you sure the settings are set to default, a pc can have enough juice but badly OC can end in tears
 
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