Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members. We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action!
Results 1 to 2 of 2

Thread: Booting and resuming problem BSOD




  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Posts
    2

    Default Booting and resuming problem BSOD

    Hey Tweaktown, encouraged by Chike I have made my own thread focusing on my problem.

    My problem is somewhat like in this thread though http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/prob...-memory-27287/ my PC won't boot.
    When I press the big boot button all I get is a BSOD and a beep. But no reaction on my screen at all. After this I press the little reboot button and now my PC boot like it should. Sometimes..
    It is really annoying and the pc can't resume from the dynamic energy saver standby function with the Gigabyte driver.

    My OS i windows 7 x64 bit and the pc specs is the following.
    Quote Originally Posted by Specs

    INTEL QUADCORE Q9550, 4x2.83GHZ, 12MB CACHE
    GIGABYTE(INTEL P43) EP43-DS3 (PCIEx16 V2.0)
    896MB DDR3 GEFORCE GTX260 (2X DIGITAL DVI) (PCIEx16 V2.0)
    500GB SATAII HARDDISK WD, 7200RPM (EVT. +275KR FOR 1000GB)
    4GB PC8500, 1066MHZ, CL5, KINGSTON HYPER-X
    22x SATA +/- OG DVD-RAM DUALLAYER DVDBRÆNDER
    1394 FIREWIRE


    And I went in my bios to get some information (just hard when I don't know what to look for) but this is what I got.

    Quote Originally Posted by My Bios
    Robust Graphics booster [auto]
    CPU clock ratio [auto]
    Fine CPU clock ratio [auto]
    CPU frequency 2.83 GHz (333x8,5)

    *** Clock ship control ***
    >>> Standard clock control
    CPU Host Clock control [Disabled]
    x CPU Host frequency (MHz) 266
    PCI Express frequency [auto]
    C.I.A.2 [Disabled]
    >>> Advanced clock control
    Advanced clock control [Press enter] (maybe I should have pressed enter .....)

    *** DRAM Performance control ***
    Performance enhance [Turbo]
    (G)MCH frequency latch [auto]
    System memory multiplier(SPP)[auto]
    Memory frequency (MHz) 800 800
    DRAM timing selectable (SPD) [auto]
    >>> standard timing control
    didn't write down the names but the values where 5,5,5,18 and all on auto.
    >>> advanced timing control
    advanced timing control [Press enter]
    *** Mother Board Voltage Control ***
    Voltage types Normal Current
    >>> CPU
    CPU Vcore 1.30000 V [auto]
    CPU termination 1.200 V [auto]
    CPU PLL 1.550 V [auto]
    CPU reference 0.805 V [auto]
    >>> MCH/ICH
    MCH core 1.100 V [auto]
    ICH I/O 1.550 V [auto]
    >>> DRAM
    DRAM voltage 1.800 V [auto]
    Will you be able to help me? I would be extremely grateful, really don't know what to do myself.

    Kristian

  2. #2
    Chike is offline Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    Location
    Israel
    Posts
    6,531

    Default Re: Booting and resuming problem BSOD

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaptajn View Post
    My problem is somewhat like in this thread though http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/prob...-memory-27287/ my PC won't boot.
    The are all alike, but not always for the same reasone.
    It may be just a minor settings change, a faulty memory module, a faulty motherboard, or other things.
    We need to identify which one it is.


    Quote Originally Posted by Kaptajn
    When I press the big boot button all I get is a BSOD and a beep. But no reaction on my screen at all. After this I press the little reboot button and now my PC boot like it should. Sometimes..
    First we need to have common language.
    BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) is the blue screen shown sometimes when Windows encounter a major error and it stops to prevent further damage, the screen is blue and there's an error message on it.
    The big boot button I assume, is the power button, and the small boot is the reset button, is this correct?
    When you start with the power button, you hear a beep and the screen is black, is that correct?

    Try to boot with only one memory module in slot #1, enter BIOS and in the main screen load optimized defaults, save and reboot. See if windows load correctly.
    Then shutdown and add the other module in slot #3, do you still have the problem you described?

    Put the system spec you posted in your signature, add the link to your memory page (manufacturer if possible,) or at least it's part number (should be on the label that is on the modules.)

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •