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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/06 16:36:42 (permalink)
No sense in saying it could be this or that before you get back home or you'll really go nuts thinking about it all night. What you could do is click "User Control Panel" at the top of the page and then select "Signature and Comment" to list all of your system specs. You'll see my system specs in my signature and many others here. It helps us know what kind of hardware you have when we're trying to troubleshoot a problem. It's a lot easier than having to type everything down every time you have a question.

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/06 17:00:00 (permalink) ☄ Helpful
0x116 & 0x117 causes:
 
#1 Bad video driver or corrupt video driver.
#2 Defective video card.
#3 Insufficient power, defective PSU.
 
 Solutions to the above problems:
 
#1 Preform a clean installation of video drivers.
  1. Download & save THIS driver to your desktop. 
  2. Double click on 326.80-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-english-beta.exe located on your desktop.
  3. Select custom advanced install.  
  4. Under custom installation options uncheck all options but graphics driver & physx system software, check mark perform clean install, then click next to install the driver, reboot when asked.
#2 Test the video card in another computer to see if you can replicate the BSOD. Option 2: Use a known working video card in your system to see if you can replicate the BSOD. Option 3: Take the defective video card to a local computer repair shop to have it tested. Option 4: RMA the card.
 
#3 Check and make sure all PSU cables are tightly secure to hardware and PSU then retest. Option 2: RMA the PSU.
 
 
Scotty Mac

Ok, looks like I have some work to do tomorrow evening. But guess what?! It never fails! As I was leaving for work, I look to see if my monitors were off and lone behold.. Computer was restarting.. Trying to boot back up with no success. That usually happens after a crash for me. I had to manually shut it down and left it until I can get back to it. How much you want to bet it's another 117 bug code. I'm sooo tired if dealing with issues on this thing lol.

Defective ram can cause this condition.


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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/06 20:04:51 (permalink)
That's a lot of info. Lol. I don't have another working computer so that's out. There's soo much to try and do, such little time. But I'll take that and try 1 at a time. Thanks!

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 18:44:40 (permalink)
Sorry it took so long to post this.. but had a real busy day. This is the error I got this time:
 
090613-25162-01.dmp 9/6/2013 4:15:35 PM  0x00000133 00000000`00000000 00000000`00000504 00000000`00000503 00000000`00000000 hal.dll hal.dll+166b1     x64 ntoskrnl.exe+5a440     C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\090613-25162-01.dmp 4 15 9200 266,320 9/6/2013 4:16:39 PM 
  haven't had time to look at it yet.. still cooking dinner :)

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 19:00:03 (permalink)
FATAL from my findings :(  Doesn't say what tho...

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 19:30:45 (permalink)
It might be a good idea to test your RAM by downloading Memtest 86+ and buring the ISO file to disk. Restart your PC and have it boot to the CD. Let Memtest run for several passes to check for errors. You can let it run overnight to be certain.
http://www.memtest.org/

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 19:34:09 (permalink)
aww man.. I did that.. well the burning the iso file to a disc. I could not get it to boot.. even after changing the bios settings to boot on cd-rom.  I did the windows mem test and all signs pointed to nothing wrong. I reset (physically) my ram and still good.  This is just irritating...

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 19:50:48 (permalink)
Doing a search for " hal.dll hal.dll+166b1 " I get a lot of reference to 'Network Drivers' or 'SATA Drivers'. Try updating or re-installing your Network drivers.

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 19:59:34 (permalink)
I did.. I didn't find anything free.. no sense of paying for a damn program that possibly can't fix my issue now.. :(

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 20:09:39 (permalink)
Scotty Mac

I did.. I didn't find anything free.. no sense of paying for a damn program that possibly can't fix my issue now.. :(

This is an EVGA motherboard? Why would you have to pay to download the Network Drivers from their support page?

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 20:30:29 (permalink)
I don't know.. everything I find now a days gives a free scan/driver check for free.. and other BS.. but then wants you to pay for the ****!

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 20:36:52 (permalink)
Don't pay for that stuff! I got tricked into buying something from Stardock that guaranteed to fix my errors and $49.99 later my PC was worse and I had to re-install Vista to get it to run again. They're just trying to make money by taking it from your pocket and puting it in theirs and giving you nothing in return.

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 20:56:36 (permalink)
Zuhl3156 suggested I take a look at this thread
 
Scotty Mac do you live in the U.S.?

 


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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 21:15:24 (permalink)
Yeah, my apologies. I thought my info was saved. I'll go do that now

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 21:33:42 (permalink)
I prolly annoyed him lol. Anyways.. can ya help? :)

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/07 22:10:53 (permalink) ☄ Helpful
Sorry was helping another user
 
Please check your PM's and we can setup a time to go over your issue

 


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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/08 08:50:51 (permalink) ☄ Helpful

  
Older 775/680i with a old Creative card.. 100% Win8 default drivers, NV HD Audio and GFE and Setpoint
 
Walked him through a clean driver install, clean AB install and went through his startup....
 
He will report back after testing 

 


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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/08 11:36:03 (permalink)
Seems to have worked so far, I guess the true test will be in a few days. If it hasn't crashed at all, then I guess this case is closed :)

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/08 11:41:08 (permalink)
That's good news. That's the kind of thing we really like to hear. Good luck and I hope everything is stable for a long time to come.

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/08 16:11:33 (permalink)
Scotty Mac

Seems to have worked so far, I guess the true test will be in a few days. If it hasn't crashed at all, then I guess this case is closed :)

 
Excellent news!
It was a pleasure working with you.
 
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post edited by maniacvvv - 2013/09/08 16:22:20

 


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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/08 17:54:20 (permalink)
Yes I do. Thank you for your help! I'll definately let you know if any crashes happens within the next few days. So far the record has been 2 days without a crash since the issue first arose lol.

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/10 05:03:14 (permalink)
Well it's been over 72 hours and no BSOD! Big thanks to Zuhl3156 and maniacvvv! This case is closed!

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/10 13:42:27 (permalink)
Scotty Mac

Well it's been over 72 hours and no BSOD! Big thanks to Zuhl3156 and maniacvvv! This case is closed!

 
Awesome, great work bro

 


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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/10 14:00:04 (permalink)
This is awesome!!!  I am just curious.  What is a "clean AB install"?  Or rather what is "AB"?

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/10 14:05:58 (permalink)
AB is MSI Afterburner.

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/11 07:52:02 (permalink)
So what about the GPU temps, are they nominal now? I mean fixing the bsod is awesome but if the thing is idling at +60 I dunno if I would feel comfy with that. Unless it's in the nineties and you have no ac....

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/11 12:57:49 (permalink)
My apologies, I should've been more informative with that. My GPU temps are pretty normal now, with a more aggressive fan profile at least. I have yet to see it go over 62c under load. Idle, it idles like it should.. Under 40c. Right now it's at 46c an all I have open is the AB and this page. But that's ok.. And if need be I'll keep adjusting the fan speed. I haven't yet.. Works fine. Hopfully this helps a little bit.

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Re:WTH is causing this BSOD/Constant Freezing?? 2013/09/11 22:34:38 (permalink)
@Zuhl3156 thanks.  Lol, for the life of me couldn't figure out what was meant.  Duh, on my part.

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