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Datty

Need help stopping lots of BSOD's

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The problem started a few weeks back and i've been trying to sort the problem since then. I keep having the Machine Check Exception BSOD. The problem occurs quite randomly but recently i noticed it happens more frequently when moving lots of files between hard drives. To add to this problem i randomly get a scrambled bios screen when i boot the pc. I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to forums so..i'll try and post a pic of one.

Up to now i've tested my hard drives in many different configurations as i was told that this might be the problem but the problem continued. I've also removed my graphics card and sound card to eliminate them from the list. I have also used 1 stick of ram to make sure they werent causing any problems. I know the overclock isnt the problem as i've also removed it and still had the problem.

 

Any help trying to find the problem would be greatly appreciated

 

Datty

 

Pic of screen gone crazy

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Hello,

 

Have you tried clearing the CMOS for 10mins +using 1 stick of mem?

 

Also you must make sure that all 4 power connectors are plugged into the board.

And does your gfx card require a power connector to be plugged into it? (6pin PCIe)

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i've done a 2min clear on the CMOS and used 1 stick of ram.

I have also run memtest overnight(9hours ish) and had no errors.

will try a 10min cmos clear now

 

EDIT : I have all 3 power connectors plugged in

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Did the CMOS clear....booted back into windows and started movin files. got a BSOD to black screen after about 15mins

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i dont have another PSU i can test that would be any better than the one i have. I've done a screenprint of my temps/volts here

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