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Shanaf

System BOOT, POST then BSOD

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Hi everyone, I have a problem and my setup:

 

eVGA 680i sli (125MHz PCI-E x16) 1.4v Chipset voltage

intel e6600 @ 3.4GHz (425x8) 1.45v

OCZ Reaper PC2-9200 @ (850 4-3-3-8, 1:1 FSB:RAM) 2.2v, SLI enabled Expert

2x BFG 8800GTS (GT92) SLI

2x WD Raptor 37GB (RAID0 main HD, system HD)

Tt 750W (crossfire certified, not sli :( )

Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit

(note: if spec in the bios not mentioned, it's set to default or auto)

 

My manual OC was going fine for the last month, but i said why don't i give it a shot and try nTune :(

 

The system crashed and wont start windows, it'll boot smoothly and i can change BOIS settings easily, shows the windows post screan and when it finishs POST, BSOD with the message "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA"

 

I tried:

 

1- going back to stuck setting for evrything except RAM @ 800MHz 2.2v, 5-5-5-18

2- Start Windows Safemode

3- Repair using Windows DVD, BSOD without the message.

 

If this topic is in the wrong place, please, forgive me and guide me to the right place.

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how long does the test lasts? 2 sec, min, hours, days, YEARS maiby ;p

 

it's been >5 min since i ran the test and only:

1000

020D

0000

0006

... and on and on...

 

 

 

BTW... if, and only if ;P, the board is dead shall i go to the ASUS Striker II Formula, EVGA 780i sli or XFX 780i sli. and do ASUS nforce boards have vRAM problems like EVGA's?

 

or maybe i should get something cheap like 650i sli, and wait for ASUS Striker II Extreme? that's IF my board is dead...

 

it's been like 35 mins and still:

1000

020D

0000

0006

... and on and on... :(

Edited by Shanaf

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If memtest has been running about an hour without any errors then your memory is ok. Have you reset your BIOS to factory defaults and cleared your CMOS?

Edited by TechFreak

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If memtest has been running about an hour without any errors then your memory is ok. Have you reset your BIOS to factory defaults and cleared your CMOS?

 

well, it has been running all night now and the same:

1000

020D

0000

0006

0000.

1000

...etc

 

so the RAM is OK i guess... :)

 

what's the next move?

 

 

My system is still dead; BOOT, POST then "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA"!!!!

 

I really need help here :(

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

new development...

 

Vista's DVD is running smoothly and just finish Memory Diagnostics Tool, which confirms RAM's OK.

Tried System Restore aaaaaaaaaaaand,,, VOILAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA IT LIVES IT LIVES, THANX EVERYONE :""")

Edited by Shanaf

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Just out of curiosity, why do you have your PCI-e frequency set to 125MHz(according to your initial post)? IIRC, the PCI-e and sata bus are linked together so setting it that high can screw with your HD(corrupting data and possibly causing the error you're experiencing). 107-112 has been shown to boost stability when OC'd in some systems but anything past that generally isn't recommended. It's worth checking out.

Edited by iKillSteal

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