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Minomol

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Hi there, i managed to install windows xp on my new gx620, but now when the operating system is on, I am getting crashes pretty often...what is happening?
 

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What's the BSOD error code?
Have you done EC reset and 'Load Bios defaults'?
 

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Well i do not know where to get this BSOD error code, nor do I know how to do this EC reset.
Can you tell me how, please?
 

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I mean the error code is displayed only for one fifth of a second, then the pc reboots itself.

Also there is a second problem now...When i check the hard drive properties, there is 300GB memory space, as it should be. But now, i have about 30 Gigabytes used, and I already cannot copy anything else inside, and I am getting messages that the drive is already full.
 

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I think i might have found the error code, here it is:

BCCode : 40000080    BCP1 : 8832AAD0    BCP2 : 884258F0    BCP3 : B84D3F98
BCP4 : 00000001    OSVer : 5_1_2600    SP : 3_0    Product : 768_1   
 

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EC reset: https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=112416.0

If you are already in Windows XP, click Start, click Control Panel, and Click System( or simply hit the WindowsKey+Pause/Break which will bring up the System Properties dialog box).  Now, under the Advanced Tab, click he Settings button in the Startup and Recovery section, untick Automatically Restart box, and click Okay.  Now the next time you BSOD, the screen will stay for you to read and copy information.

See attached images.
 

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For some time i stopped having those bluescreens, after I let windows to update itself, everything went OK, but today suddenly i got a bluescreen. Maybe  the problem i had before is already solved with the updates, and this one is a new one.
here goes

BCCode : 40000080    BCP1 : 87E90858    BCP2 : 87E87B48    BCP3 : F78BEF98
BCP4 : 00000001    OSVer : 5_1_2600    SP : 3_0    Product : 768_1 

 
 

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Do memory check with >>Memtest86<<
Use chipset drivers from MSI web ==> http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=driver&maincat_no=135&prod_no=1529
Do you use your notebook in Turbo mode when the BSOD come?
 

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Nope, i tried using the turbo mode button but it didn't work...i guess i need another driver or something...

And the chipset driver was already installed when the bsod came...
 

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Follow tips above

Minomol said:
Nope, i tried using the turbo mode button but it didn't work...i guess i need another driver or something...
Install SCM ==> http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=utility&maincat_no=135&prod_no=1529
 

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I tried installing Intel Matrix Storage Management Drivers, but it told my that "Your system does not meet the minimum requirements for installing this software".

Do i need this driver? If yes, what should i do now?
 

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No, I don't think you need that driver.

 

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http://www.techspot.com/vb/all/windows/t-65104-Window-suddenly-restart.html
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"cyc8512-12-2006, 11:58 PM
ok,i will try ur suggestion. Thanx alot. :)

Yes, problem solved when i update my realtek driver. thanx :D"
It tries to connect to LAN/Internet, but can't manage.
 

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Hi there,
today I am going to do a bios update.
Anybody found some info about the crash? What does the stop crash message tell you?

Today i bought an usb hub...when i connect it, the windows crashes again...with a 0x000000FE message....

I need serious help.

thanks
 

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Ehm...too late :(

However after bios update, nothing changed. Only that i had to reinstall graphics driver, but apart from that, nothing changed. I am still getting crashes when trying to plug anything via the usb hub...
 

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Test the system outside the case on a plank of unpainted wood, a nice cotton towel(not Rayon, nylon, artificial fiber),  or a stack of plain newspaper(not slick pages).   Inspect the board on top and underneath for burn marks or anything unusual.  Check the MOBO tray for extra standoffs that shouldn't be there while it's out of the case.  Boot it up outside the case (you'll have to remove the PSU as the cables won't reach).  Boot it up and try USB devices.

edit: nevermind. I wasn't awake yet when I was reading this.
 

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Minomol said:
Ehm...too late :(

However after bios update, nothing changed. Only that i had to reinstall graphics driver, but apart from that, nothing changed. I am still getting crashes when trying to plug anything via the usb hub...
Svet said:
Do memory check with >>Memtest86<<





Mike said:
Test the system outside the case on a plank of unpainted wood, a nice cotton towel(not Rayon, nylon, artificial fiber),  or a stack of plain newspaper(not slick pages).   Inspect the board on top and underneath for burn marks or anything unusual.  Check the MOBO tray for extra standoffs that shouldn't be there while it's out of the case.  Boot it up outside the case (you'll have to remove the PSU as the cables won't reach).  Boot it up and try USB devices.
Its a notebook
 
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