Occasional BSOD while booting, after vista bootscreen.. bam

Posted: 04-13-2007, 02:33 AM
This happens a few times when I restart the PC. Sometimes It don't, but it
gets a bit annoying it will go past the boot menu and the Vista boot screen
a few seconds later a BSOD could not read messages because the system will
reboot a second later. This occurred 4 times out of the 15 reboots in the
past week. I am thinking a glitchy display driver for my Nvidia 7950gt? Not
so sure though, does anyone else have that same problem?

Asus P5B Deluxe, nv7950gt, C2D E6600, 2gb pc28000,Win. Vista Business 32bit

Occasional BSOD while booting, after vista bootscreen.. bam


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mathersalan
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Occasional BSOD while booting, after vista bootscreen.. bam
Posted: 04-13-2007, 02:38 AM
This happens a few times when I restart the PC. Sometimes It don't, but
it
gets a bit annoying it will go past the boot menu and the Vista boot screen
a few seconds later a BSOD could not read messages because the system will
reboot a second later. This occurred 4 times out of the 15 reboots in the
past week. I am thinking a glitchy display driver for my Nvidia 7950gt? Not
so sure though, does anyone else have that same problem?

Asus P5B Deluxe, nv7950gt, C2D E6600, 2gb pc28000,Win. Vista Business 32bit

Stan
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Re: Occasional BSOD while booting, after vista bootscreen.. bam
Posted: 04-13-2007, 02:43 AM
It could possibly be your memory acting up. I originally had only BSOD's,
error message flashing for a split second then reboot, until I took out one
of my gigs of ram. I tried everything to try to remedy this and get both
installed again and finally contacted my memory manufacturer. They had me
RMA the memory and everything is fine now, same part number, etc. They
surmised that the memory was ready to fail and that Vista was working it
harder than Win 2000 did when both would work seemingly fine.

Might be something to check.

Stan.


"mathersalan" <mathersalan@shtc.net> wrote in message
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> This happens a few times when I restart the PC. Sometimes It don't, but it
> gets a bit annoying it will go past the boot menu and the Vista boot
> screen a few seconds later a BSOD could not read messages because the
> system will reboot a second later. This occurred 4 times out of the 15
> reboots in the past week. I am thinking a glitchy display driver for my
> Nvidia 7950gt? Not so sure though, does anyone else have that same
> problem?
>
> Asus P5B Deluxe, nv7950gt, C2D E6600, 2gb pc28000,Win. Vista Business
> 32bit
mathersalan
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Re: Occasional BSOD while booting, after vista bootscreen.. bam
Posted: 04-14-2007, 12:53 AM
Memory is brand new, never had a problem on both XP and Linux. I never get a
BSOD while running Vista just sometimes when I boot it up it gets past the
loading 2 seconds later.. Here comes our old friend.. BSOD..Cannot read the
message but I could see for the split second a lot of text for a BSOD..

It could be a memory problem but its hard to believe since its only four
months old...Crucial Ballistix PC8000 DDR2 2gb


"Stan" <natsoj2@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> It could possibly be your memory acting up. I originally had only BSOD's,
> error message flashing for a split second then reboot, until I took out
> one of my gigs of ram. I tried everything to try to remedy this and get
> both installed again and finally contacted my memory manufacturer. They
> had me RMA the memory and everything is fine now, same part number, etc.
> They surmised that the memory was ready to fail and that Vista was working
> it harder than Win 2000 did when both would work seemingly fine.
>
> Might be something to check.
>
> Stan.
>
>
> "mathersalan" <mathersalan@shtc.net> wrote in message
> news:egqnRQXfHHA.4596@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
>> This happens a few times when I restart the PC. Sometimes It don't, but
>> it gets a bit annoying it will go past the boot menu and the Vista boot
>> screen a few seconds later a BSOD could not read messages because the
>> system will reboot a second later. This occurred 4 times out of the 15
>> reboots in the past week. I am thinking a glitchy display driver for my
>> Nvidia 7950gt? Not so sure though, does anyone else have that same
>> problem?
>>
>> Asus P5B Deluxe, nv7950gt, C2D E6600, 2gb pc28000,Win. Vista Business
>> 32bit
>
 
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