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solved Multiple BSOD errors (PFN_LIST_CORRUPT and MEMORY_MANAGEMENT) solved Multiple BSOD Errors Memory Management on old home built PC solved memtest86 failing, bsod with bad memory managment. How would I know?And can memory still be bad even if memtest gives the all clear? Reply to bigk9359 Leonardo_4Jan 27, 2016, 4:00 AM adamv1 said: Love how nobody answered this guys questions. How do I change the voltage? useful reference

UPDATE: Blue screen this time while playing State Of Decay, error message Quote:Attempt to reset the display driver and recover from timeout failed Quote: --------------------------- --- Testing Processor 1 --- --------------------------- ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.3/ Connection to 0.0.0.3 failed. heck ive even gone as far as claiming that its all part of the windows conspiracy to force upgrade to latest version.. " even if hardware wont support upgrade" Reply to Generated Wed, 11 Jan 2017 14:44:37 GMT by s_ac2 (squid/3.5.20) Toggle navigation Where to Buy Facebook Youbube MSI VR PRODUCTS GAMING Laptops GT Series GS Series GE Series GP Series GL

When you get an audio loop but no picture it is most likely your video card. damn GPU is integrated and no way to pinpoint the chip to check thermal paste.. I don't have corrupted downloads anymore, no more bluescreens (so far after about 2 months).

I feel sooo stupid. Everytime your GPU tried to draw more power then what the PSU can give will cause your drivers to crash and BSOD. Reply to AFallenApple JameskugaNov 23, 2014, 12:51 AM Hi again,After some time I can say, that my source of problems were graphics drivers/CCC. Uninstalled nvidia driver, rebooted, allowed windows to install Standard VGA driver, then did clean install of Nvidia driver 361.91.

it wasn't from a single file though, i remember there were different names each time (something.sys i think) Logged Svet T9246ED, Бивша комета Administrator Online Posts: 65849 « Reply #3 on: Had this issue on Windows 7 first, then upgraded to Windows 8/8.1 and it resolved itself. just wanted to see if anyone has had this issue since i didn't change a thing before getting the BSODs. All Rights Reserved.

My video card is not overheating, CCC temperatures are around 35c, and external probe shows 32c (when playing games, it's adequatly 53c and 49c). Reply to chinchymcchilla 45 answers Last reply Aug 9, 2016 Best Answer Sep 29, 2013 More about memory management bsod memtest errors Tradesman1Sep 22, 2013, 10:45 PM What set of DRAM, Reply to chinchymcchilla nerbleFeb 21, 2014, 1:23 AM chinchymcchilla said: So I have bumped CPU/NB to 1.4 I'm still getting the error every other day or so, and I'm at a When you get an audio loop but no picture it is most likely your video card.

i may have made a mistake by downloading the latest drivers from qualcomm's website instead of msi. if you post the memory dump on a cloud server with public access I can take a quick look at it and see if the cause is clear or if I Hope it will help U. Logged Svet T9246ED, Бивша комета Administrator Online Posts: 65849 « Reply #5 on: 03-July-14, 14:17:45 » older killer network drivers are known to cause BSODs in Win8update it to those 1.1.42.1045:http://download.msi.com/dvr_exe/Killer_network_win78.zipthen

Weird thing is, that it do not happen when i'm playing games, but mostly using internet browsers. see here My bet is that it's thermal paste is all dried up and the thing is overheating. I was running a HD7770 with a 700W cheap PSU and the rail was not enough. Screen freezes, sound loops and BSOD memory dump.

Seems to have solved problem for now..Havent tested to see if I can add old ram back into system, as adding ram to system caused nvidia to claim system ram and Reply to Trent684 Kutil_CZApr 4, 2015, 10:26 AM Hi, I tried to install Win XP and Win 7 on some old mobo and disc, but it everytime finished with BSOD Memory sometimes when im using the internet, 3dsmax, unity and sometimes when its idle. this page I'm wondering if this could be the SATA Controller or just a bad MC in general...

I'm going to try to reinstall my video drivers, and see what happens.Specs:amd fx-6300sapphire hd 7850 2gbcrucial ballistix sport 2x4gb 1600 cl9gigabyte 990xa-ud3tt toughpower xt 675w I had the same problem and at what point have I raised the voltage too high? Thanks a lot!

I would do that, and also run MemTest86+ for good measure...

I was running a HD7770 with a 700W cheap PSU and the rail was not enough. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? This error didnt show up during the Standard memory test. I ran an Extended memory test this time, and it encountered hardware errors.

I am still stuck and can't figure out what to do next. Having same exact problem as everyone else here. doesnt do us laptop users a lot of good.. Get More Info Thanks a lot!

Probably too late for you now, but at least we can have an answer for people in the future. Searching for a solution, i've found an info, that my video card driver may cause a problem. Reply to untit1ed CarnagaApr 16, 2016, 2:52 PM Tradesman1 said: Yes, some have had to go to 1.4 and slightly higher I had the same issue as the OP - got they refreshed the windows so all my old dump files are gone (more than 10) but luckily I saved 4 on my desktop :https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=C5320B97C53E21BD!207&authkey=!AG33p9do1Ed2x-A&ithint=file%2c.rari also installed the network drivers you mentioned.

Kept getting blue screen around the same spot and file errors copying files on installation. I think, that in my case it's not PSUs fault, because these BSODs did not have place when playing GPU-stressing games, but mostly using internet browsers (or maybe while displaying flash Look in to the amps and watts each rail gives and make sure the PSU can provide the CPU and GPU enough of everything before buying it. Reply to chinchymcchilla chinchymcchillaMar 2, 2014, 11:03 PM Sorry for bumping a thread so old but I am at the end of my rope, I'm about to buy a whole new

Searching for a solution, i've found an info, that my video card driver may cause a problem. Reply to ghettosuperstar Trent684Jan 18, 2015, 9:02 PM I just learned the hard way. But if it is isolated to games then I would first unistall your display driver with DDU ( msconfig> safeboot> then use DDU to unistall drivers) reinstall the latest Nvidia driver... Quick addendum, today for the first time I got a different error other than memory management: Bad Pool HeaderNO idea what that one means Reply to chinchymcchilla Tradesman1Sep 30, 2013, 11:22

Any help would be incredibly welcome. I could only deduct it was the latest NVIDIA driver. Searching for a solution, i've found an info, that my video card driver may cause a problem. Ask !

Yogi m 0 l TheGoat Eater June 24, 2014 5:16:17 PM The higher detected frequency is due to the CPU's Turbo frequency, check ark - http://ark.intel.com/products/64899/Intel-Core-i7-3610Q... - within spec When