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Thread: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD




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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    I just received an email from ASRock.

    They are working on a fix for the nuvoton blue screen.

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    Quote Originally Posted by jonathantt View Post
    I just received an email from ASRock.

    They are working on a fix for the nuvoton blue screen.
    good

    I hope they can solve the problem

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    I haven't had the BSOD since I installed the beta BIOS. Asrock also contacted me and they will send me a beta IR driver to test.

    The beta BIOS makes it possible to standby/hibernate windows 7 without locking or waking at night. This works great!
    There is only 1 problem left. When the PC comes out of standby (pressed power button on remote), I don't have sound on my HDMI connected TV. I can see audio playing in the windows mixer. I haven't found a solution to enable audio again without rebooting. Everything is ok after a reboot.

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    They published the BIOS to fix the standby issues. See ASRock > Products > ION 3D Series

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    i am also experiencing BSOD problems with the ir drivers.
    From the device manager in windows 7 x64 i removed the device, uninstalled the old CIR drivers, rebooted and installed the new one from intel. Until now the system is running stable, just one day tried.
    Last edited by olandese; 01-07-2011 at 12:10 AM.

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    I've installed BIOS 1.30 along with the latest beta nvidia drivers (266.35) and the standby sound issue is fixed!

    I had 2 BSOD last night... so, new BIOS doesn't fix this. The fixed driver is on it's way.

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    Dear all,

    Please kindly download and install the CIR driver fromfollowing link and check whether the BSOD symptom still occur.
    Link: CIR Driver

    Thanks!

    Best Wishes
    Sean
    ASRock Tech Support Staff

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    Thanks for the new CIR driver but this also doesn't fix the BSOD problem while using the Remote Control.

    My setup:
    Windows 7 Pro 32bit
    XBMC 10.0
    Latest BIOS 1.30
    Latest CIR driver from this topic

    Hope this will be fixed soon

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    Received my ION 3d today and same issue here :-(..

    Tried the new driver but after installing it the receiver doesn't work at all.

    I hope this gets fixed soon, product is useless like this.

    Regards,

    Jeroen

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    Default Re: ION 3D 152D Nuvoton CIR BSOD

    I tried out the new test driver posted here above. I haven't had the BSOD for two days now. I was used to be able to reproduce it by sending a lot of IR commands right after boot (while the system was quite busy still starting up). With the new driver I can't reproduce the BSOD anymore, so it's looking good.

    @jeroenm and other users:
    The driver is unsigned, which means you have to do some tweaking to get it to work with Windows 7. Basically the following:
    - install the driver (it won't work yet)
    - put windows in test signing mode
    - sign the driver (driver should become active at next reboot)

    The whole process and links to the needed tooling can for instance be found here How To Load And Run Unsigned Drivers In 64 Bit Windows 7 - TheHotfix.net Forums.

    @ASRock: it would be nice to get a signed driver :).

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