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Old 05-16-2009, 10:18 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I'm no AMD expert, I haven't owned one in a few years now. But when your adjusting the clock frequency your actually adjusting the cpu/dram/pci-e bus all at the same time. The pci-e bus should be at 100 but it will flucuate slightly (it's suppose to have a "locking" mechanism). When I'm adjusting my mobo the pci-e bus flucuates between 99.2 - 100.8, when it goes down to 99.2 and I'm really pushing it I've gotten that bsod, as well as a few others. Try bumping the pci-e up to 101 and see if that helps, if it doesn't help try 99.
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Old 05-16-2009, 01:50 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Windows Vista 32-bit - OEM. Right now, i havent had that problem anymore. I just need to figure out how to open up the dmp files correctly.
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You will need WinDBG and the correct Symbol Pack in order to be able to read the mini dump files correctly.

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well i got the symbols, but i still cannot open up the minidump files. Yesterday, i discovered that my free HDD capacity went from 44.5GB to 74.5GB, wtf?? I going to have to RMA my mobo again n this time have them actually exchange it with a new one.
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