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Computer freezing everywhere even sometimes in boot menu

By action123
Sep 13, 2010
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  1. hi all experts
    really before this crap happen to my computer and freezing i got some blue screens and some unwanted restart.however now really its crazy becoz i will get freezing anywhere that u think but in windows is my most important issue becoz u think that i am on programming or other project but suddenly anything freezing in that mood as it is.
    details is like sometimes PC work well for 1 day nothing happened but sometimes in 1 hour i will see many freezing happen.in windows all thing stop in monitor mouse dont move something like screenshot and in boot menu sometimes gigabyte welcome screen dont pass and in change OS number counter stop.
    sometimes i will get tandem beep of motherboard in booting
    beep sometimes is slow and sometimes is fast.
    sometimes i see it in loading logo of win 7.
    in windows i dont put heavy Process ON ram but sometimes im in typing or moving my mouse i will see computer get freezed and actually im gone crazy please somebody that knows my issue help me and tell me its hardware problem or software something like BIOS stuff
  2. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 6,041   +72

    Kindly provide us with:

    1. Minidumps which would have been recorded when you had Blue Screen of Death (i.e. BSOD), you can find them in C:\windows\minidump, if there are multiple dumps please zip them together in a single file and attach it with your next post.

    2. Give us complete specs of your system including PSU type/model etc.
  3. action123

    action123 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    hi bro
    1-i uploaded all of my minidump in zip file
    sorry here dont allow me to upload higher than 200 k i uploaded my DMP Files in mediafire:
    Code:
    mediafire.com/?ga5vdox6d5ejo8w
    2-
    here is my system spec:
    Mother board:EP45-UD3R rev1.1
    -------------------------------------------
    Graphic:Sapphire HD radeon vapor-x 4850 1GB 55 NM
    -------------------------------------------
    Ram:4×1 GB crucial Ballistix 400 mhz DDR 2 800
    memory timing in 333 MHz: 4-5-5-15-20 at 333 Mhz at 1.8 volts (CL-RCD-RPRAS-RC)
    memory timing in 400 MHz: 4-5-5-18-23 at 400 Mhz at 1.8 volts (CL-RCD-RPRAS-RC)
    -------------------------------------------
    Hard Drive:Hitachi SATA 300:320 GB model:HDT721032SLA360
    ------------------------------------------
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 - 2.83GHz - 45 nm
    CPU:12MB L2 Cache LGA 775 95W - FSB 1333MHz - Quad-Core
    ------------------------------------------
    Network Adapter 1
    Model Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
    Status Connected
    MAC Address 00-24-1D-1C-DE-A3
    Type WIRED
    Speed 100 Mbps
    Network Adapter 2
    Model D-Link Wireless G DWA-110 USB Adapter
    Status Disconnected
    MAC Address 00-24-01-A0-A5-AE
    Type WIRELESS LAN
    Speed 100 Mbps
    Network Adapter 3
    Model DLink USB Remote NDIS Device
    Description [8] DLink USB Remote NDIS Device
    Status Disconnected

    -----------------------------------------
    Power Supply:
    AcBel PC7004:
    INPUT SPEC.
    Input Voltage Range 110~115, 220~230Vac
    Input Frequency Range 50~60Hz
    Leakage Current 3.5mA@120V/60Hz
    AC Input Current 10A@115V; 6A@230V
    EMI/RFI CISPR 22 Class B
    **************************************
    OUTPUT SPEC.
    Output Power 420W
    Max. Power 470W
    Efficiency 80%@115/230Vac
    OVP +3.3V, +5V, +12V1, +12V2
    OCP < 240VA
    SCP Latch off all main outputs reset by cycling on/off control or AC power
    **************************************
    GENERAL SPEC.
    Hold-up Time 16ms@max. load 115Vac/60Hz
    Dimensions 150 x 140 x 86 (mm)
    MTBF 100KHrs
    Output Rise Time 0.2~20ms
    PG Signal Rise Time 1ms max.
    ************************************************
    ENVIRONMENTAL SPEC.
    Operating Temperature 0 ~ 50°C
    Storage Temperature -40 ~ 70°C


    HOPE U BRO CAN HELP ME I DO ALL THINGS THAT KNOW ITS RIGHT AND CAN FIX THE ISSUE BUT I DDNT GET ANYTHINGS TO SHOW THAT IM RIGHT :(
  4. Archean

    Archean TechSpot Paladin Posts: 6,041   +72

    Okay, I've had a brief look at few dumps so far, and the range of different errors along with 'Memory Management' error(s) may mean there is some issues with either the RAM itself, or its settings in BIOS i.e. timing/voltage etc.

    Please download and run memtest, on each module individually (one by one), please run minimum of 8 passes on each module to see whether memtest find any errors with the RAM.

    Secondly, do check BIOS for RAM settings and ensure that RAM is running at the speeds/voltage it was designed to do so.


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