windows 7 x64 = BSOD

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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by dna598 » Sat Aug 28, 2010 4:51 pm

martinkellogs wrote:we were set up here. okay, this thread is made to bash windows 7 from the start.
not the fact that you failed to build a computer the proper way.
leave windows 7 to us 'advanced users'.
ooh, someones a bit touchy. You failed to read my first post properly.


I got prolimatech megahalems cpu cooler, be quiet 580 watt psu, corsair xms 6gb, built and tested on xp by professionals at Scan computers.
Stop getting personal just cos crappy windows 7 doesnt work, when osx and xp do. (on the same system).

Unbelievable,

Thanks again to those with actual tips.
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by smaucher » Sat Aug 28, 2010 5:33 pm

95% of all BSODs come from driver/hardware issues. make sure you have the correct (and latest) drivers for all components you're using.
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by wehkah » Sat Aug 28, 2010 9:24 pm

Check if you have set the correct FSB voltage & timing for you memory. Check if your memory is compatible with you motherboard and be sure the newest bios update is installed. disable "automatic restart" in system setting, then you can note the error message and post it here.

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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by martinkellogs » Sat Aug 28, 2010 11:07 pm

did that work?
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by dna598 » Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:56 am

Turns out it was the 3.6 overclock that was causing issues. Yeah forgot to mention that.
Windows 7 does'nt like it.
Apparently windows 7 puts more strain on the cpu. Osx and xp like it though. I guess i ll wander over to some overclocking board now, where hopefully i wont findanyone who is the age of 12, such as martinkellogs.

Thanks to everyone else.
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by martinkellogs » Sun Aug 29, 2010 5:19 am

what version of 7?
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by manimal » Sun Aug 29, 2010 8:50 am

I just ordered one of Scans Overclocked systems with Windows 7, They did say i can downgrade to XP so i think that might be in order, Should have read this thread properly :(
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by macmurphy » Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:19 am

manimal wrote:I just ordered one of Scans Overclocked systems with Windows 7, They did say i can downgrade to XP so i think that might be in order, Should have read this thread properly :(
i have one of their oc'd systems with win7 and i've never had any problems.

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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by dna598 » Sun Aug 29, 2010 12:42 pm

martinkellogs wrote:
dna598 wrote:Turns out it was the 3.6 overclock that was causing issues. Yeah forgot to mention that.
Windows 7 does'nt like it.
Apparently windows 7 puts more strain on the cpu. Osx and xp like it though. I guess i ll wander over to some overclocking board now, where hopefully i wont findanyone who is the age of 12, such as martinkellogs.

Thanks to everyone else.
so weak. go to computer training,you'll find it teaches you how to assemble properly and install properly. na-na-na-na-na-ba.

ok tiny penis. whatever you say.
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by martinkellogs » Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:33 pm

ultimate or home?
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by Digital_Damage » Sun Aug 29, 2010 3:52 pm

dna598 wrote:Turns out it was the 3.6 overclock that was causing issues. Yeah forgot to mention that.
Windows 7 does'nt like it.
Apparently windows 7 puts more strain on the cpu. Osx and xp like it though. I guess i ll wander over to some overclocking board now, where hopefully i wont findanyone who is the age of 12, such as martinkellogs.

Thanks to everyone else.
You moron... You come in here bashing something nobody else seems to have a problem with when clearly it is a piss poor configuration done by YOU.

How about you apologize to everyone here that attempted to help your condescending ass when clearly it was your own stupidity that was the problem?

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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by martinkellogs » Sun Aug 29, 2010 4:41 pm

any luck?
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by dna598 » Sun Aug 29, 2010 5:22 pm

haha, who the fuck was I bashing? No one until you pricks turned up in here. I have thanked those that provided useful info.

grow up and get some fucking balls you windows nerds. Fuck you and your apology. Who the fuck do you think you are? the Fucking ableton forum police? fuck off....lol.
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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by Digital_Damage » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:04 pm

And now the truth comes out...

Nothing but a troll.

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Re: windows 7 x64 = BSOD

Post by dna598 » Sun Aug 29, 2010 6:57 pm

rudd1028 wrote:
dna598 wrote:haha, who the fuck was I bashing? No one until you pricks turned up in here. I have thanked those that provided useful info.

grow up and get some fucking balls you windows nerds. Fuck you and your apology. Who the fuck do you think you are? the Fucking ableton forum police? fuck off....lol.
This is no way to act if you expect people to help you out.

:roll: Can you count how many times i have said thanks in this thread please? Would everyone get off their fucking high horse? Jesus christ.
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