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I managed to get it to 3.4ghz stable, but not 3.0ghz! Tell your grandpa that I said he's a BOSS! The BAWS! (14 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMAMD Phenom II 955 BEAsus M5A97 EVOSapphire 6870Gskill RipJaws DDR3 1600 2x4GBHard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOSWestern DigitalLG What are the legal, emotional, and/or behavioral side effects of a punishment which involves confiscating money? Login: Remember Me? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/284705-32-bsod-vertex2
the BSOD is past tense. however, since there is no firmware updates yet for this model they have absolutely no documentation for this drive. Full Review PNY GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card (VCGGTX10606PB) Reviewed by Hequaqua **Update** I've updated the charts to reflect the results better.
Anyway, I don't think there is some dump file on my machine. You want to try it? Not recognised in BIOS, not powering up / being recongnised in a USB caddy. Forums Please log in to join the discussion (or create an account) Remember me · User topics | Article topics Most read Botched Microsoft update knocks Windows 8, 10 PCs offline
If you want to win at board games this Christmas, turn off the rock music – scientists Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things Cuckoo! This drive probably has 100 hours on it of light use. This could be the Microsoft MSAHCI driver in Service Pack 1. The temperature should be somewhere around 30-40 °C based on air flow etc.
I have spent hours researching this and trying different methods, and have come to the conclusion that if I keep formatting this thing, I'll kill the performance of it possibly. I then found the link to some OCZ SSD tools in their forum (in the previous post). A few of them made one card look a lot stronger/weaker in the same test. So my question is why cant the SSD run windows 7 fine ?
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You can also subscribe without commenting. check my blog This seems rather better than OCZ's response. I got all the way to step 6 before it start to bsod. I am currently using safe mode to post this.
Related Tags:BluescreenHibrnateMicrosoftOCZOCZ VertexOCZ Vertex 2problemResumeService PackService Pack 1SleepVertexVertex 2Vertex IIWindowsWindows 7Next PostPrevious Post2 Responses to OCZ Vertex 2 Bluescreen after resume from Hibernate / Standby Mickaël says: September 11, 2011 at That seems to running fine now. Kept saying there was not boot file or what not) So the next day we format the driver and Reinstall windows 7 again. http://imgdownloader.com/ocz-vertex/ocz-vertex-3-bsod-windows-7.html Is this confirmation that I should get a new primary drive and that the bad record segments contain something that isn't loaded when in safe mode (as safe mode has been
Once the system has booted, even if its system disc failed or started behaving otherwise strangely I would just expect some things to stop working, but certainly nothing to crash. Never going to buy an OCZ product ever again - I should learn - their RAM is generally crap too. 0 0 This topic is closed for new posts. Rep me with the black star!
Sorry to disappoint you, but I was administrating a router that often kicked drives out of RAID5, two to be exact.
So the general belief is there's something bad in that firmware update, and the Corsair drives shipped with an equivalent firmware to the OCZ 2.06 firmware. The problem seems to be related to the SSD: if the SSD crashes and it can't be read/written to, then no dump files can be saved. –Harlandraka Feb 12 '14 at Once installed check Trim is running. Browse other questions tagged windows-7 ssd crash bsod or ask your own question.
Put any OS of your choice on a USB drive, boot it, do some work, then pull the USB drive. Was that crash a BSoD or something different? Is there a bios setting that I need to change?The motherboard is a biostar h61mgc 1155Any help would be great! http://imgdownloader.com/ocz-vertex/ocz-vertex-blue-screen.html http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...t-how-use.html Last edited by Ratbone; 19-10-11 at 21:35.