BSOD, random reboots

By Sance21
Jan 24, 2006
  1. My system has been randomly crashing since I swapped out my asus p4p800 deluxe mobo, for an asus p4p800 E-deluxe mobo. I've run memtest86 with no errors, done viruschecks, reseated all pci/agp cards to no avail. I've posted the minidump files here last month and all I was told was that it's a hardware related problem. I did swap out my Radeon 9800XT for a Geforce 6800 GT last month, and I got the same errors with both cards. In the last week alone I've got the following crash errors:
    -Ntfs.sys - Address F76C5126 base at F7690000, DateStamp 41107eea

    I do have two soundcards in the system as well, the Audiophile2496 and the EMU 0404, do you think it may have something to do the cards? I had both in the old mobo with no crashes so what could be the cause?
  2. xero

    xero TS Rookie Posts: 94

    probably drivers

    chipset drivers? agp fastwrite? etc (search the forums for IQL_NOT_LESS_etc)

    nv4*.sys are your nvidia based drivers

    sorry for the quick reply without providing more details or info. Kinda in a hurry, must eat (food for the mind) :D.
  3. Sance21

    Sance21 TS Rookie Topic Starter

  4. cpc2004

    cpc2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,994


    5 of your minidumps are crashed with code corruption and they are the signs of the faulty ram. 3 minidumps are crashed with bugcheck 7F and they are the sign of hardware error.

    1. Run memtest to stress test the ram
    2. Reseat the memory to another memory slot
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