Problems: Voltage High, Random Reboots, Thread Stuck in Device Driver...
Hey all you smart people out there maybe you can help me...I recently made a computer (Asus A8V deluxe/Athlon 64 3400+ socket 939/2 512 dimms of crucial ram/radeon 9800pro 128 mb (HIS ICEQ Excalibur)/480watt thermaltake power supply/74 mb WD raptor)-in case any of that matters.
It is great except for random reboots which happen sometimes a couple times per day. Most of the time there is no error message, sometimes there is. When I get the microsoft error message this is what it says:
BCCode : 100000ea BCP1 : 8642EDA8 BCP2 : 85BD81D0 BCP3 : F7A0FCB4
BCP4 : 00000001 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 256_1
Error Caused by Graphics Device Driver
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Additional Technical Information
Error Message: STOP 0x000000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER (Q293078)
I am not sure about that problem, it is apparently with the graphics card but I sent an email and got no response. Here is the main thing that I am wondering about however: I just downloaded Speedfan and Hmonitor to make sure that my temps are ok and they checked out for the most part, except for some of the temps in speedfan which i think are because there are sensors being picked up that aren't connected to anything, but I may be wrong. More importantly, with Hmonitor I noticed that the Aux voltage was high, at +3.09V, and Core at +1.14V. When I set Hmonitor to warn me, it sends this warning: "CPU core2 voltage exceed allowed deviation +3.09V" I have a screenshot attached hopefully you can read it....
I really do not know much about this stuff and I would really appreciate it if someone could tell me what I can do about those voltages (if they truly are a problem), and if that would cause random reboots, or if something else would do that. Also if anyone has any answers to the other problems I mentioned that would be cool too....
Thanks so much