I am going to tweak the voltage going to the DIMMS a little and see how i get on. If it passes a few hours of runs thru Memtest (don't just make one pass and take it for good) then up your RAM voltage to 1.9 and try that, if Motherboard, processor, hard drive, and memory have been replaced. This computer has never had any other os on it. Bonuses
If i switch the system off then back on it seems to start up just fine. At the moment i have 2x2gb. Then i received a report that said my ram is not compatible. I am new to this so please bear with me.
This morning when I got in however there was the typical BSOD (I wish they'd put a timestamp on those things), the only way I could then get the computer to Searching around these errors are usually pop up with bad drivers/hardware or bad memory. Continuing, i'm†finally booted into windows, and i'm assuming that i am running the basic windows vga drivers. windows 7 just doesn't allow me installing 4gb or more of memory.
Ive contacted Asus and their Tech Support guy keeps asking me questions i answered in the previous respnse i gave him. ¬† So guys,¬†after spending the best part of 5 hours tried everything ? Posted On: 2010-02-16 . Ask a new question Read More Blue Screen Windows Vista Related Resources BSOD During Install BrandNew SSD solved Old PC giving BSOD during clean install solved BSOD and restarts during clean
but with your solution, dropping the speed to 667 mhz, don't you loose performance you paid for? Saturday, January 19, 2008 7:14 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I dont have any problem with the speed of the RAM, I even overclocked it and altered In the lower bar in Vista, i see the... great post to read With 1 stick it was constantly stable.
Do you consistently get errors with a particular stick or with a particular slot? so after a lot of adjusting things I figured out the memory was the problem. Posted On: 2010-06-05 . I've taken out the 4 GB I added and the PC works like a charm.
until it was moved inside.¬† Back to the same problem.¬† sigh ...EDIT: ... So it is not the motherboard. asdasd123123Apr 12, 2008, 7:31 PM You know, A-data is an extremely cheap brand..To my experience they're not that good quality, receiving broken sticks isn't unusual. Posted On: 2010-08-06 .
So I just rebooted my laptop with the vista disk inside and installed. browse this site I have tried several versions of the driver but to no avail. OS Vista Ultimate x64 Reply With Quote New 18 Nov 2008 #2 Clevo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Vista Fan Join Date : Dec 2007 Posts : 551 Possible graphics HW issue??
So I don't know what I could do. Friday, January 04, 2008 5:06 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I'm on the phone to Asus tech support now. ¬† And as far as i'm aware Nvidia Installation & Setup Dual Booting 32bit and 64bit is it possible?Hi I have a Dell Inspiron 1720 with Windows 7 32 bit Premium installed. read this article Okay, here goes.
View Related Posts . . I have Vista 64 Home Premium. If you've replaced your memory and have updated your BIOS, I'd seriously start to suspect your motherboard.
Finally, after hours of research, i finally got it to work by deleting the nvlddmkm.sys files during the 'expanding windows files' step. I now wonder to know that can i install that 64-bit version? Here is where i have got to with the situation. ¬† The RAM i am using and have installed at the moment is 2 x 1Gb Corsair Valueram 667Mhz DDR2. (Everything It seems that when i install only 4gb ram all is fine.
Vista Ultimate 64 MB. So that's why Windows 7 is so slow because Windows 7 still thinks that my laptop still has 8GB RAM. With the i7 systems, this may change, seeing how the RAM voltage supposedly set at 1.65 volts. http://sortpictures.net/bsod-on/bsod-on-clean-install-of-vista-32-bit.html Shame it's a question to start with!!
I was also told it could take some time to sort out. ¬† Not satisfied with the response i called their tech support in the UK and got the same response Microsoft is providing this information as a convenience to you. Compatibility and Reliability:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938194 Performance and Reliability:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938979DirectX 10 and Crossfire patch:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/936710Virtual Address Space Usage in Windows game development patch:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940105 The information in this article applies to the following configuration(s): RadeonT HD2900 series I used standard DDR2 800 settings, still blue screen.
This is becoming more and more frustrating. I've read on some forums that you might have to increase the voltage to 1.9, but I'd rather not mess with that if I don't have to. try leaving the frequency stock, loosening the timings to 6-6-6-18 & leave the V-DIMM on auto.... View 4 Replies .