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sahafiec Mar 31, 2016 11:03 PM (in response to Ronin) Hi Ronin,thanks for the fast reply and the suggestions.prior to disabling the ASMedia controller in the bios I uninstalled the driver Do a Virsus scan eg Avast, Malwarebytes beggehornOct 19, 2015, 8:52 PM I am another who is having the same problem with the same mobo/CPU/RAM combo as the original poster. Update I have put together some questions for general troubleshooting and diagnosis of crashes or freezes. i7BabyDec 29, 2014, 12:30 AM Everything looked fine -CPU running cool (38C) with good voltage (1.16V) and clocks (4.22GHz)PSU voltages are fineGPU also running cool with good clocks.Next - try another have a peek at this web-site

What I was really getting at it an issue of timing. Perhaps it's a bad update. 0 Thai Pepper OP Merryworks Jun 18, 2015 at 5:28 UTC Merryworks is an IT service provider. After reading crucials forums this seems like it's actually a common problem that the drives stop working.... Once you've returned back to stock speeds just run your computer like you normally do and see if you get the BSOD errors again.

Right after your system stops hanging you go to the console and press ENTER. Forcing a crash to create a dump Troubleshooting via Dump reports Troubleshooting hardware related crashes share|improve this answer edited Mar 6 '14 at 16:33 answered Dec 10 '10 at 18:07 KronoS The first thing that I did was to install the Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4. Do a chkdsk/SMART test on your hard drives.

Everything else seemed to be working - I could even browse the files on the affected systems from another computer on the LAN. Do the things that usually cause a crash. But it could also be power, an individual component failing, heat somewhere besides the CPU (GPU, Hard Drive) It could also just be a bad install. –AthomSfere May 11 '13 at In my case, my primary installation was linux, and it was freezing at random - similar to what you describe.

Make sure that the Automatically manage paging files for all drives check-box  is checked. Sometimes there are cleaners that automatically stop BSOD's from recording (Advanced System Care) and you might want to look into preventing that. Never happened before. There are lots of posts on internet about fragility of new skylake cpus.

For a PSU pushing that much power, you should have dropped about $250-$300. My cat6 cable is somewhat close to my power cable but it runs perpendicular (I know better), and I was experiencing problems before I even installed the chipset... The freezing can happen anywhere from once a week up to 5 times a day. A pretty decent system will only set you back 20 to 30 dollars.

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  3. I am using the latest MU02 firmware on the drive.
  4. The problem stopped re-occurring on 2 of the computers after updates ran.
  5. Have you recently installed a driver and then all this start happening?I'd hook up the third HDD, with no other HDD connected at all and do a fresh install - boot
  6. encase you were wondering..."that for whatever reason won't let me change the drive letter"I use partition magic/EaSe under and conditions when experiencing partition issues..;2 YokhananNov 18, 2011, 2:35 AM Hey guys.
  7. You can try swapping Dell provided Intel drives out for some Microsoft standard ones.
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I have to pretty much reinstall every driver when I'm done. Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Great company, has been around since 1994. Please help solved My computer randomly freezing and locking up, Please help!

I feel like this is something in the BIOS or that I need to load some drivers before hand to make this go correctly, but anything is helpful. Is this plane landing or departing? Do you have a backup HDD with Windows 7 installed by any chance? Then split the 1TB up for multimedia (movies, music) and then another partition for my graphic design portfolio and stuff and then what's left I have set as a Backup.My question

I've also reinstalled windows 3 times now and have run Sfc -scan on several occasions. Reply Subscribe Best Answer Serrano OP Jason Jackson Jun 18, 2015 at 5:34 UTC If you have the problem on multiple computers, you should be able to troubleshoot.  Do you have Jetsam 1,04141330 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Probably a video card problem, replaced lots of 8600GTs (G84). Source share|improve this answer answered Dec 21 '10 at 23:15 Raffael 83110 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I'm going on a wing here and suggesting the culprit is a

Its pretty much dead at this point. My current monitor is a HP L2445m and im using a VGA connection with a DVI adapter on one end. After passing all of the tests I called up asrock and intel and had them replace my motherboard and CPU.

Put this compressed version of the file somewhere online (perhaps 2shared).

I dont know if its my GPU, memory or god forbid CPU damage from the overheating which i suspect that might be the case as when i reset my comp from It may be that the voltage rails are drooping a bit under load, which explains why it's showing up more frequently with video playing. I am at school right now so I dont have the dump files, I can post those later if needed. johnblDec 28, 2014, 7:52 PM - make sure your BIOS is updated- disable any sound sources that your are not using.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 5. Windows 7 home premium, fully updated. 7870 2gb amd graphics card. Re: Intel i5 6600K random lockup Freeze or BSOD... have a peek here As far as your situation Mike, it's not good if you have a 1200 W power supply and don't know the brand.

Sometimes I can change the boot to my regular harddrive and it would work fine, other times, it still crashes randomly and changes the boot drive. I'm not sure if anyone here is able to then view them as well. The systems on the surface look to be running fine but they are no longer on the network and they stopped writing to the event log. Scroll down to Windows Error Reporting Service then right-click it and select Properties from the menu.

Ask ! Sometimes when i turn the system on the system locks up just before it gets passed the asus gate logo or when the Windows 7 logo appears it freezes.