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If you can get a good install, then look to update your BIOS. The main difference between Windows and Ubuntu is the way Memory is managed.but I wouldn't expect that to affect transfer of data in a hardware sense. Thanks for the reply.You're probably right regarding the HDD capacity, but I could have sworn.... Thanks. #9 kemical, Nov 17, 2013 Robert Mauro New MemberJoined:Nov 16, 2013Messages:17Likes Received:0 kemical said: ↑Unfortunately I need more information on which driver is causing the bsod. this content

Its a i7 2600k. chysalisJan 4, 2014, 7:05 PM I will try to be as specific as possible since I'm exhausted at trying to solve this problem bymyself.I made a PC from scratch, my parts Ask ! Please help! 14 answers Last reply Jun 3, 2015 Best Answer Jun 3, 2015 More about windows clean install bsod Reyaz123Jun 3, 2015, 4:00 AM Reseat your ram.

Windows 8.1 Install Blue Screen

I had the same problem and spent several days fiddling around before I found your answer here. Loading Dump File [C:\Users\valdezf\SkyDrive\110912-17890-01.dmp] Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available Symbol search path is: SRV*C:\Symbols*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols Executable search path is: Windows 8 Kernel Version 9200 MP (8 So using the unallocated drive you created by following the steps I listed above do this.Login into windows 7Run the setupChoose clean installSelect the drive that was marked as unallocated.Install windows So this is why I recommend the above steps.

Then I disconnected all SATAs just to be sure I can update my BIOS, started up the ASUS UEFI BIOS and went to EZ FLASH UTILITY, selected the .CAP file and And they're always different ones. Does the bsod stop? Monday, November 12, 2012 1:29 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote please update the graphic card driver"A programmer is just a tool which converts caffeine into code" Monday,

This does clear all the previous drivers, so I do not think that could be the problem. I think I succeeded in that after having removed the card once and at that time having also installed the drivers for the wifi card, which didn't really seem to install Its says on the download page of the installer, to open the installer in a version of windows, thus keeping windows 7 until windows 8.1 is actually installed. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/37559-63-numerous-bsod-clean-install-win7 chysalisJan 5, 2014, 6:46 PM Thanks john!

MS know that that's why they're quick to release Win 10. Reply to dodger46 WallyZJun 20, 2014, 9:43 AM Well my new memory arrived. For the mSATA hdd I was searching for any firmware update but only found the one that I am currently using. Attached Files: 111813-7156-01.dmpFile size:275.8 KBViews:139 111813-7125-01.dmpFile size:275.8 KBViews:141#19 Robert Mauro, Nov 17, 2013 Last edited: Nov 17, 2013 kemical Windows Forum Admin Staff Member Premium Supporter Microsoft MVPJoined:Aug 28, 2007Messages:31,889Likes Received:1,574

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thanks for your help! http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2407436/installing-windows-x64-bsod-stating-irql-equal.html Anyway please post the results of your chkdsk and any other dmp files you may have and we'll go from there. #7 kemical, Nov 17, 2013 Robert Mauro New MemberJoined:Nov 16, Windows 8.1 Install Blue Screen Although I get many different bsods "bud checks", here is the dump for the first bsod, right after the clean install (before the first logon) Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.2.9200.16384 Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

Can I visit there today? news It might and I mean might be worth re-installing one more time now that the drive is working fine. Now, I installed an E-sata Samsung 840 PRO SSD with a capacity of 120 gig. It got to preparting files to install then went through install and update sections rather quickly then said "Windows needs to restart to continue", this is where I get the hang,

Perhaps it's worth mentioning that I too have Win 7 installed on the same SSD but just on a separate partition and Win7 had no problems with the wifi module at The new memory vindicates this.If after basic troubleshooting elimination the only variable causing BSOD is Windows 8 then that's where the problem lays. Its just strange how my OC seemed stable for weeks and all of a sudden after the reinstall its not liking it, AT ALLOff to the BIOS, default here we come have a peek at these guys How to share income after marriage and kids?

None of the BSODs said "memory management" nor did it ever onece try to run the built in Windows Mem diagnostic tool. Should I do this and convert my SSD to gpt format then retry windows install? NVIDIA will always have the newest with Profile updates as WHQRL and Beta drivers.

I'd like to add the procedure I ended up with: - Download all the newest 8.1 drivers from the manufacturer and keep them ready - Make a bootable USB-drive and use

Personally I'd have sent it back and got Dell to send one that works. Each time I try to reinstall Windows 10 my computer crashes. To the problem then; When I install Windows 8.1 from a disc in a portable CD-rom, everything runs along just fine. Ran memtest and Microsoft's memory test for more than 24 hours, no problems.

I'm not planning to OC it for a couple days. Every time I try whether it be upgrade from Win7 or clean install I keep getting a BSOD error "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" I only have a product key and downloaded the install from Reply to WallyZ WallyZJun 21, 2014, 1:08 AM Testing with Ubuntu 64 with same machine and same memory has not shown any errors.There is a major difference between running Windows 8 http://brucelrussell.com/windows-8/windows-8-blue-screen-after-install.html All rights reserved.

Clean install, bsod after driver install on "XFX Radeon 5770 1gb" ati2dvga reboo solved Win7 Clean Install Failure Missing Drivers (exhaustively researched first) More resources See also BSOD after clean instal I'm brand new at this and I would appreciate if someone walks me though this. It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program. I ended replacingthe motherboard from Gigabyte to Asus and apparently that fixed the issue.

Also my BIOS are more recent than the ones required by my CPU, but they are not the most recent version. After looking at Nvidia's driver page:Version: 295.73 WHQL Release Date: 2012.02.21 Operating System: Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit Language: English (U.S.) File Size: 157 MB Looks like I have the solved Can I clean install windows 8.1 to ssd? It might be worth running it again but for a few hours this time as it's perfectly feasible to have a faulty stick in a new machine.

Did all the hardware tests using MemTest86, integrated hardware diagnostics for hdd, ram, video cards, cpu. I am personally awaiting Win10 to come out finally with loads of excitement. Dell support is like talking to myself.... also from within my account on win 7 iv tried doing the install, yes.

In earlier post I mentioned I caused BSODs by placing second set on memory sticks in same memory slots.Also I'm running all memory under clocked (by default the P5W DH chooses All in all, it seems that either updating BIOS and/or changing to SATA 5-6 solved the extreme instability but Im afraid to say yet. When i had Memory problems in the past, that is exactly what happened. I'm almost sure this is a hardware related issue and I would return the machine under warranty.

So this is why I recommend the above steps. Related Resources Error 80070002 after numerous clean installs! Please note that the system is 2 months old and the problem occurs in both windows 7, windows 8 and windows 8.1. I planned on reverting the CPU back to to the default settings when i got home.

Otherwise, when I unplug the wireless card I do get access to the desktop environment, but that, as I said, is with the card unplugged.