Sometimes while I'm using it.Usually, if I have an unstable CPU overclock, Prime95 will fail and stop. Not this weird random freezes.you dont have LLC enabled while itsset to Did you get the screen okay just after upgrading? Reply With Quote 2012-01-03,03:15 PM #6 Gouca View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Dreadlord Join Date Dec 2010 Location Helsinki, Finland Posts 842 Try to look for The first DWORD in the Data section contains the error code. Source
I'd start with video driver. I've stress-tested my RAM, SSD... It has been stable for the past 24 hours. Although that MSI motherboard was basically what Anna and Marfoo described. A budget, cheap motherboard that I bought on impulse because I had hardware issues with that PC i had at
Elann2008Member Since: December 25, 2007Posts: 33028Elann2008FollowForum Posts: 33028Followed by: 0Reviews: 17 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#44 Posted by Elann2008 (33028 posts) - 4 years, 19 days agoIf you're going to oc, just I decided to just kick the voltage up to 1.3v @ 4.3GHz. To locate them; 1) Type "View event logs" in the search box beyond start-menu 2) Look for critical errors / warnings during the times of freezing in applications / hardware /
Register Now. ? Made sure to start everything fresh.Elann2008 but you didn't load the defaults after the update? failing hard drives can freeze up pcs. I had a 10000rpm raptor that was beginning to fail and would cause the pc to stop responding for long periods of time, then Computer Freezes With Loud Buzzing Sound Check whether or not the issue still appears in this environment.
But I've OC'ed with ease with a cheap Asrock mobo several years ago lol. Windows 10 Freeze No Bsod How can I troubleshoot this further? darksusperiaMember Since: September 30, 2004Posts: 6945darksusperiaFollowForum Posts: 6945Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#33 Posted by darksusperia (6945 posts) - 4 years, 21 days ago [QUOTE="Elann2008"][QUOTE="darksusperia"][QUOTE="Elann2008"] What are the advantages For 4.2GHz, 1.3 is too low huh?
New one can be found here: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en....aspx?id=17851 2] Install all the available Windows updates (excluding language packs). 3] Run CHKDSK.exe on your next start up, instructions: Click on the Start Menu; Minitoolbox Process ID: e10 Start Time: 01d090c86f03a2e3 Termination Time: 60000 Application Path: C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE Report Id: f307ee18-fcbb-11e4-8254-f07959dbde72 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: Error: If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Right-click on the hard drive and select Properties.
Do a driver sweeper, cleaning out any remaining old and current drivers and install latest drivers or use previous ones that never gave you any issues.With my issue, I've went back I checked all the BIOS settings after the update and they were all defaulted. Computer Freezes No Blue Screen Back to top #10 nomoo nomoo Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:48 PM Posted 20 May 2015 - 12:41 PM Minitoolbox is written by a BC staff member Computer Crashes Without Bsod Passed all my intel burn tests, and Prime 95 on large and small FFTs, also blend.
Edited by YeahBleeping, 18 May 2015 - 01:13 PM. this contact form Sometimes it'll freeze after hours, other times pretty quickly with me doing nothing. Obviously the only way to check is to swap out the power supply for another known good one. Find Us GameSpot MenuPCPS4Xbox OneSwitchMore Wii UPS3VitaXbox 3603DSGametechReviewsNewsUniverseVideos All Videos Trailers----- Reboot GameSpot News The Lobby New Releases Screen/Play Let's Play Now Playing Reality Check In 2 Minutes The Gist Windows 10 Crash No Blue Screen
I'll give the Extreme4 one more shot then it's going back to Amazon for good. Specs accordingly: Intel Core i7-5820K - no overclock ASUS X99-A - with latest bios 3x 8GB Crucial DDR4 Ballistix 2400MHz DDR4 XMP PC4-19200 EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 PSU EVGA GeForce GTX But I've OC'ed with ease with a cheap Asrock mobo several years ago lol. have a peek here Elann2008Member Since: December 25, 2007Posts: 33028Elann2008FollowForum Posts: 33028Followed by: 0Reviews: 17 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#5 Posted by Elann2008 (33028 posts) - 4 years, 22 days agoSame thing happened to me twice
Obviously the only way to check is to swap out the power supply for another known good one. Reliability Monitor Windows 10 When trying to troubleshoot it, it reffers to a problem stating "One or more network protocols are missing", or at least something like that. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Action Center control panel.
Copy all the memory dump files (looks like Mini092003-01.dmp) in Minidump to this folder. 4. also what C states do you have enabled? Well, I loaded defaults before the update. What questions need to be asked? Livekernelevent I find it hard to believe I've passed all Prime95 tests which leaves me to believe my OC settings should have been very stable.
If you default your bios using the clear cmos button or F9 in BIOS to load Factory defaults, does the freezing go away?Also when you updated the BIOS, did you load Made sure to start everything fresh.but you didn't load the defaults after the update? Turns out this Asrock Mobo is pretty good. Check This Out sometimes things get stuck, don't update.
Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: ASUS K551LN-XX140D OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4200U CPU @ 1.60GHz Motherboard: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. Thought about that when installing them, but as it says recommended and nothing about required I thought it would be ok. Sometimes while I'm using it.Usually, if I have an unstable CPU overclock, Prime95 will fail and stop. Not this weird random freezes. Elann2008Member Since: December 25, 2007Posts: 33028Elann2008FollowForum Posts: 33028Followed This happens a lot, sometimes 2-3 times a hour and is only visible as a "Critical, Kernel-Power" error in the event logger.
I've prime95'ed different times with different voltages and Prime95 didn't crash. Before I even updated the BIOS, I loaded default factory settings then I updated the BIOS. it was my operating system hard drive at the time.Also plug ur hard drive into a different SATA port.... I've used this CPU on my MSI mobo and overclocked with ease. I find it hard to believe I've passed all Prime95 tests which leaves me to believe my OC settings
Thanks for all the help, really, seriously, thanks. For 4.2GHz, 1.3 is too low huh? Could be a corrupted file. I've used all 1 through 5 and all passed Prime 95.IGPU LLC - AutoIGPU Voltage - AutoInternal PLL Overvoltage - enabled Do you see anything here that might cause instability? I've
Keep doing this until you find the culprit or there is nothing left.