Win 7 x64 BSOD:(

#21
Aero does not cause issues at all. None, so you can discount that.

I would update the bios and follow exactly as shown for best results.
 


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#22
Aslong as your careful with flashing the bios it will be fine. Your running out of things you can try and flashing the bios is one of those things that can solve problems with memory, which your suffering from.
 


#23
Everything in bios is actually set as defaut, although i don't know exactly what memory timing is.
I did set the games to disable the aero when i start them, will await to see if the bsod happens again, since it happens only when i'm in games now, when i exit the games actually, not when i'm playing them. If it happens, i will make the memtest, but updating the bios...that is a problem to me since i never done that and i know the damage a wrong update can do to your computer...meaning bye bye computer and i think i will probably loose the waranty too.
Thx for your help:(
 


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#24
You won't loose your warranty updating your bios. Aslong as your careful and follow their instructions it will go well. The first thing I do when getting hold of a new machine is flash ot the latest bios. Can you use cpu-z and take pics of each of it's tabs and I can help you with setting the bios up.
 


#25
You actually can't install the wrong bios, even if you tried. There's protection against that nowadays in the flash utilities.
 


#26
My sisters boyfriends just distroyed his motherbord 4 day's ago when updating the bios, thats why i'm afraid to do it.
 


#27
Just make sure that the power isn't lost to the machine and it will be fine.
 


#28
You won't loose your warranty updating your bios. Aslong as your careful and follow their instructions it will go well. The first thing I do when getting hold of a new machine is flash ot the latest bios. Can you use cpu-z and take pics of each of it's tabs and I can help you with setting the bios up.
This are the CPU-Z picture:
http://i53.tinypic.com/34o3kfk.jpg
http://i53.tinypic.com/2n6w4si.jpg
http://i53.tinypic.com/2j0f254.jpg
http://i51.tinypic.com/2lwkqk9.jpg
http://i52.tinypic.com/f57ub8.jpg
http://i51.tinypic.com/oqyna0.jpg
 


#29
Go into the bios settings and set it to optimized defaults. Your memory is underclocked and this will will fix things. You'll see the setting for it on the first page. Save.

Boot to Windows and post a new memory tab of CPU-Z.
 


#30
You will have to be more precise, becose i don't see bios settings anywhere.:(

I have like the tabs:
Main, where is the clock and only IDE config that i can change
Advance whit things i can change:
-CPU config
-SuperIO config
-Hardware health
-PoPner something config
PCIPnP
-PCIsomething
-expres config
-activate stat power management (it says disabled)
Performance:
-cpu frequence set 200
-cpu voltage,fsb voltage, memory voltage all default
 


#32
Found it, it was on the exit tab, not the main, didn't look on the exit tab. Ok, so did that, kind of got scared becose the computer shutdown after i exited and saved from bios.
Ok, so it seems i have a floppy disk, although i don't have one, so i guess the load optimal defaul worked.:D

Picture of memory tab:
http://i53.tinypic.com/otlwzp.jpg
 


#33
Much improved! :)
 


#34
Seriosly? The pictures look the same.
 


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#35
Are you overclocking your video card as the last cpu-z pic is saying the gpu core is over 1000mhz. IIRC the 4650s core should only be 600Mhz.
 


#36
Seriosly? The pictures look the same.
Not at all. The first pic had the memory running at 302 MHz and now it is correct at about 400 MHz (398 MHz). This is perfect.

Good job.
 


#37
Are you overclocking your video card as the last cpu-z pic is saying the gpu core is over 1000mhz. IIRC the 4650s core should only be 600Mhz.
CPU-Z is probably reading incorrectly for the 4650 here. Notice that the memory clock isn't even showing, too.
 


#40
Thx, you are the man:D
 


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