2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 7, 2011 11:46 AM by

    Intel DX58SO with i7 950 and 6 Gig

    blaircopeland

      My computer has started crashing and that lead me find out that my CPU started overheating.

       

      My CPU is fine, passes all the tests, so I put a Hydro H70 on it and I am back down in the happy temp area.

       

      My computer however is still crashing.

       

      The Winodws Logs say that the PCI Express Root Port is causing issues and I am curious if this might be the culprit of my crashes.

       

      I have ports 1, 3 and 7.

       

      I have only seen issues on 3 and 7. When I disable 7 one of my two, two-port video cards turns off, so it is likely that port 3 is the other two-port video card.

       

      Should I be concerned that the video card is a problem or that the motherboard itself is a problem or even that the CPU is somehow the problem?

       

      I updated drivers on my computer but I still get these:

       

      A corrected hardware error has occurred.

       

      Component: PCI Express Root Port
      Error Source: Advanced Error Reporting (PCI Express)

       

      Bus:Device:Function: 0x0:0x3:0x0
      Vendor ID:Device ID: 0x8086:0x340a
      Class Code: 0x30400

       

      The details view of this entry contains further information

       

      Any ideas?

        • 1. Re: Intel DX58SO with i7 950 and 6 Gig
          blaircopeland

          and this:

           

          A corrected hardware error has occurred.

           

          Component: PCI Express Root Port
          Error Source: Advanced Error Reporting (PCI Express)

           

          Bus:Device:Function: 0x0:0x7:0x0
          Vendor ID:Device ID: 0x8086:0x340e
          Class Code: 0x30400

           

          The details view of this entry contains further information.

           

           

           

          DETAILS:

           

           

          -EventData


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          FRUId{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}


          FRUText


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          PortType4


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          Command0x10


          Status0x547


          Bus0x0


          Device0x7


          Function0x0


          Segment0x0


          SecondaryBus0x0


          Slot0x0


          VendorID0x8086


          DeviceID0x340e


          ClassCode0x30400


          DeviceSerialNumber0x0


          BridgeControl0x0


          BridgeStatus0x0


          UncorrectableErrorStatus0x0


          CorrectableErrorStatus0x1000


          HeaderLog00000000000000000000000000000000


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          • 2. Re: Intel DX58SO with i7 950 and 6 Gig

            The HD70 is doing a fantastic job and even running Prime95 the CPU stays within spec.

             

            Turns out the crashing problem was the Intel Desktop Control Center had set my BIOS vaules to the "same" as the default, but they were not the "default" values. Once I returned the BIOS to default values the board stopped crashing. It has been a couple weeks since the last crash.

             

            Yeah!