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Author:  aLinux [ Sun Dec 14, 2008 11:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Windows 7 build 6956 blue screen of death

i have installed windows 7 for about one week
and 2 days ago i was playing "driver parallel lines"
after 10 minutes of playing windows 7 gived me "blue screen of death"
i forced shut down my pc
after a short time i shut down my pc..
than on the next day i was waching some videos and after some time
i recived again the blue screen of death :(
i was watching videos with "Real Player" ...
i only have the blue screens only from i installed real player
10 minutes ago i uninstaled real player cause windows was buging me with a .dll from real player
something with "windows defender"

it is posible that blue screens be caused by real player ?
or mabe from my video drivers ? or else !!!
i have the default windows video drivers... that windows installed them
i can play games,videos,and i have aero enabled ..
works great

My computer is:
AMD athlon xp 64 3000+ working at 1800MHZ no overclock
2 gb ram
nvidia 7300 GT 256 ddr3
2 ide hdd
1 dvd-rw/ram
2 sound card
all drivers are installed and working.

Author:  zamadatix [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 12:18 am ]
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its probably real player having trouble with the fact it wasn't made for 7 and cant find a dll or the dll isn't the same.

Author:  aLinux [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 12:20 am ]
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zamadatix wrote:
its probably real player having trouble with the fact it wasn't made for 7 and cant find a dll or the dll isn't the same.


i see.
mabe the problem was real player...
i hope i dont recinve any more of this blue screens
i love windows 7 and its working great :D

Author:  Rioter [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 1:18 am ]
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Just remember, it's a (pre)beta - it is not perfect nor totally stable, so don't rely on it as your primary OS. (Even if you find 7 being more reliable than vista, which is what I am finding at the moment)

Author:  aLinux [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 1:25 am ]
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Rioter wrote:
Just remember, it's a (pre)beta - it is not perfect nor totally stable, so don't rely on it as your primary OS. (Even if you find 7 being more reliable than vista, which is what I am finding at the moment)

so far im using it as a main os and its faster than vista
i like vista too but its kinda slow for my pc specs

Author:  Thlump [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 1:39 am ]
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Sorry for being offtopic, but does the BSOD in Windows 7 looks the same as the BSODs in XP/Vista?

Author:  aLinux [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 1:48 am ]
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Thlump wrote:
Sorry for being offtopic, but does the BSOD in Windows 7 looks the same as the BSODs in XP/Vista?


i never seen a blue screen in vista
but in windows 7 it is like xp
strange...

Author:  zamadatix [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 2:03 am ]
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i dont think the bsod has changed, if it has it hasnt since windows 3.0 probably

Author:  aLinux [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 3:32 am ]
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zamadatix wrote:
i dont think the bsod has changed, if it has it hasnt since windows 3.0 probably


again i was playing "driver parallel lines" and i recived blue screen of death
here are some pictures of the error
Moderator Edit: Please upload images to the BA Image Uploader, it is a rule.

what should i do ?

Author:  Luthian [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 3:39 am ]
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According to the nVidia Forums:

Quote:
It has been determined that the blue screen of death code 0x00000124 is caused by audio devices in Windows Vista. ...


I don't know if its the same in Windows 7, but try removing your audio drivers and see if it happens again, if it doesn't see if there is a newer package available from your oem.

Author:  aLinux [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 3:28 pm ]
Post subject:  great...

i uninstaled my 2 sound cards...
even when i tryed to uninstall c-media i got blue screen
so i rebooted in safe mode and uninstaled all drivers
but than i got a blue screen when i tryed to install other drivers for c-media
so it looks like c-media was the problem..
I SWICHED BACK TO XP :)
mabe the next version will be more stable than this one..bsod

Author:  RichardG867 [ Mon Dec 15, 2008 6:28 pm ]
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zamadatix wrote:
i dont think the bsod has changed, if it has it hasnt since windows 3.0 probably


Near my house there is a computer running Vista -- every time I attempt to run GTA:San Andreas on it, Vista throws a BSOD without text.

Brief: Most probably Vista continues with the old style BSOD, but the most cases it just gives a BSOD with no text and informs you after rebooting.

Author:  aLinux [ Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:20 am ]
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i reinstaled windows 7 today and so far its good
NO BSOD
i used diferent audio drivers and ai watched movies and got no errors so far...
tomorow ill try and see if i get bsod while playing driver parallel lines just like last time when i recived bsod.
wish me luck :(

Author:  Shane [ Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:28 am ]
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6956 is a pre-beta, and one with an installer that was cobbled together at that. The VHD that it was ripped from would have a totally different hardware config to your computers, so obviously reliability is going to be a bit sketchy.

Author:  aLinux [ Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:33 am ]
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Shane wrote:
6956 is a pre-beta, and one with an installer that was cobbled together at that. The VHD that it was ripped from would have a totally different hardware config to your computers, so obviously reliability is going to be a bit sketchy.

(so far the only bug ive seen is that bsod but i think it was from my pc,i will found out tomorow)
i cant wait for the next beta that comes out soon :D

Author:  Shane [ Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:37 am ]
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Most of the BSOD that I hear people reporting are more likely to result from hardware configuration problems rather than bugs, I don't believe the official release build suffered from a similar level of BSOD problems.

As 6956 was also a test build, and not intended for public consumption I would guess it is fair to assume that it wasn't passed through the same rigorous quality checks that betas that are intended for release are subjected to before it was compiled

Author:  aLinux [ Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:51 am ]
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Shane wrote:
Most of the BSOD that I hear people reporting are more likely to result from hardware configuration problems rather than bugs, I don't believe the official release build suffered from a similar level of BSOD problems.

As 6956 was also a test build, and not intended for public consumption I would guess it is fair to assume that it wasn't passed through the same rigorous quality checks that betas that are intended for release are subjected to before it was compiled


i know but im impresed its stable so far ive seen
ohh and when i had xp or vista home premium or ultimate or whatever version i never get any bsod
only in windows 7 6956 i got and that was before i reinstaled...today i reinstaled and so far its good.

Author:  Tootles [ Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:53 am ]
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zamadatix wrote:
i dont think the bsod has changed, if it has it hasnt since windows 3.0 probably

It has; in Windows 3.0 there was no BSOD. It was the same from Windows 3.1 to ME, and was pretty much as it it now in NT, from the beginning (of course the font was different: it was 50-line light grey on blue).

Actually some of the early NT BSODs gave more technical than their modern equivalents.

Author:  magicdave29 [ Sat Dec 20, 2008 3:08 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Windows 7 build 6956 blue screen of death

I got a BSOD at boot for Win 7 5956, restarted and ran the startup repair thingy which I think just run sfc /scannow and it fixed it - I also have realplayer installed but didnt at the time, but have had no problems with realplayer ATM

Author:  aLinux [ Sat Dec 20, 2008 4:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Windows 7 build 6956 blue screen of death

magicdave29 wrote:
I got a BSOD at boot for Win 7 5956, restarted and ran the startup repair thingy which I think just run sfc /scannow and it fixed it - I also have realplayer installed but didnt at the time, but have had no problems with realplayer ATM

well my bsod was from my c-media sound card so i will wait for the next version of "beta" on january mabe i will have more luck :D

Author:  zamadatix [ Sat Dec 20, 2008 6:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Windows 7 build 6956 blue screen of death

alinux09 wrote:
magicdave29 wrote:
I got a BSOD at boot for Win 7 5956, restarted and ran the startup repair thingy which I think just run sfc /scannow and it fixed it - I also have realplayer installed but didnt at the time, but have had no problems with realplayer ATM

well my bsod was from my c-media sound card so i will wait for the next version of "beta" on january mabe i will have more luck :D


why not just remove the sound driver? (i personally have my sound muted on on machine though i i guess it doesn't affect me as much as others)

Author:  aLinux [ Mon Dec 22, 2008 11:50 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Windows 7 build 6956 blue screen of death

zamadatix wrote:
alinux09 wrote:
magicdave29 wrote:
I got a BSOD at boot for Win 7 5956, restarted and ran the startup repair thingy which I think just run sfc /scannow and it fixed it - I also have realplayer installed but didnt at the time, but have had no problems with realplayer ATM

well my bsod was from my c-media sound card so i will wait for the next version of "beta" on january mabe i will have more luck :D


why not just remove the sound driver? (i personally have my sound muted on on machine though i i guess it doesn't affect me as much as others)


well i removed windows 7 and installed vista home premium :)
ill wait the next version...

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