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Login now. Looks like the G5 will get parked in a cupboard until some computer tech owes me enough of a favour to try another hard drive in there (I can't get it Please try again now or at a later time. Those tests don't make your system any better, though; they just check for weak spots and age the hardware. http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/iphone-5s-blue-screen-after-screen-replacement.html

Join the community here. this is the first time I have ever seen for a game to have blue screen like that.. Turns out my RAM kit is NOT on the officially approved list. Here is the output from the MGADiag tool: Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0): ----------------------------------------- Windows Validation Data--> Validation Code: 0 Cached Online Validation Code: 0x0 Windows Product Key: *****-*****-*****-*****-9T6H3 Windows Product Key Hash: http://www.retroremakes.com/remaketalk/index.php?p=/discussion/2035/blue-screen-woes

Memtest86+ showed no errors if the RAM was nice and warmed up, but when I ran Memtest86+ from a cold boot suddenly the chips were riddled with errors. If you happen to live in California, then you get an extra 2 years before it hits Obsolete status and no one can get parts. Oh wait, I do." Reply With Quote 09-26-11,05:45 PM #9 RollingThunder View Profile View Forum Posts Destroyer of Spammers, Trolls, and DerelictsPremium Member #12 Join Date Jan 2005 Yep, just All rights reserved.

For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 9 of 9 Thread: Blue Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Discussions Inbox Sign In The RR Living Room Blue Screen woes Happymonster September 2010 I've been having major blue screen woes on my desktop PC lately. Running memtest is good.

Did you make sure your BIOS uses safe default settings? If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Meanwhile I'm letting memtest86+ run overnight to make sure the RAM is fine. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/110844-30-blue-screen-woes-mobo A couple of them reporting "page fault in non-page area" and another couple something about "memory management." Anyway, I'm thinking my big mistake was not waiting to install the graphics card

TechSpot is a registered trademark. I do have Daemon tools for ISO file->CD drive emulation. Reply With Quote 08-17-11,01:52 PM #5 grendel0501 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Apr 2009 I was wrong about the ram, its OCZ. I played for a good two and a half hours yesterday without a crash.

Once I had updated it, I ran Windows with the RAM running at 1333 MHz for an hour or so while I dinked around installing utilities and drivers and such, and http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/684380-Blue-Screen-Woes Also, leave some USB stuff unplugged and see if that improved stability.Another cuplrit might be drivers for fake devices - Daemon tools is damned useful, but it's driver is flaky as Could you please use Driver Cleaner Pro and clean out your Realtek Drivers and reinstall the latest versions off their Website. HD pic Ram pic Amd Athlon 64 3200 DFI infinity nf4x I was reminded of how often I have to clean the power/reset headers.

Usually within the first 30 minutes of play. check over here Dell Ultra Sharp U2413 2 x 2 GB GSkill PC8500 @ DDR2 960....GSKILL V Series CL15 2 x 4GB 2800 Corsair HX520........................Seasonic Platinum 460W Fanless Coolermaster NV 690..................Corsair Obsidian 450D ATX Vairya 100 Human Rogue 13755 64 posts Vairya Ignored May 16, 2012 1 Copy URL View Post Same issue - mine has happened randomly, but always during gameplay: Coca_Cola_Zero 2011-12-07 16:53:12 UTC #20 The actual real world difference between RAM running at 1333 and 1600 is so small I don't understand why you'd even bother bumping to 1600 even

I let dust build up on them for months, and then blast them with a leaf blower to remove the dust, I also have a tendency to kill the psu at Of course since it's an iMac G5 we're dealing with, you can't rule out the possibility of bad caps either. Crucial Ballistix have a dismal failure rate. his comment is here We're going to highlight a few of the more important things to keep in mind and show you some shots that pose interesting challenges.

Nary a BSOD. That's quite a bit less likely given it works in safe boot, but it's still quite possible that this is at least a contributing factor.Now, the fun part is, Apple's retail If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

The other kicker is that the system may have passed into Apple's Vintage status, which means that it's been more than 5 years since that specific model was discontinued.

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If it were me, I'd just put the money towards a new iMac or whatever else you may want to get. Log In Blue screen woes with new build--need advice Hardware and technical stuff Papageno 2011-12-06 00:33:46 UTC #1 OK, so I managed to install Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit on my are you using MSI Afterburner Glitchital 1 posts Glitchital Ignored May 17, 2012 Copy URL View Post Had the same problem on my M11xR2 aswell, underclocked to 427 and all is Why the hell wouldn't ASUS test my stuff when it makes so much more sense to put 2 sticks in vs. 4 sticks?

Now there are folk that can't accept item 2 because it ran in safe mode and passes all tests. What model of mobo and cpu? I figure its just aged parts, but which ones? http://linux4newbie.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-help-me-please.html I'm getting ready to shut down for the rest of the day, so I'll check back here in the morning. ------------------------------------------------------- flavallee, Jan 1, 2014 #6 Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist

The Intel DX58SO motherboard I have slightly also overclocks the system by default. Click the "Copy" button to copy the MGA Diagnostic Report to the Windows clipboard. But after the security updates and SP3 packs it's going wrong again.The blue screen viewer program suggests some of the crashes are down to WinNT (Driver or startup process?)Any ideas?? Thanks Dan dannyyoung, Jan 1, 2014 #3 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,111 From what I can determine, the HP Compaq 8510w Mobile WorkStation comes with

Whenever I boot into 'normal' mode I get the blue screen. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. What's the model name and model number of that HP computer? THANK YOU ‹1234› Add a Comment Howdy, Stranger!

However, given the age, it's probably not worth repairing even if you can get the parts. Overclockable Intel Core i3 330UM (3M Cache, 1.2 GHz)8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 800MHzAlienware M11x 90W A/C Adapter1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M320GB SATAII 7,200RPM Jacobis 90 Human Paladin 7095 6 Ensure that the "Windows" tab is selected (it should be by default). the other makes/made any difference or if it was the BIOS update that fixed things (probably the latter)?

It's also recommended to just test one stick of memory at a time, and if possible in different slots to see if its possible the ram slot or the ram that