Compatability details differ per board revision. Please answer the following:
- do you have a SLACR or SL9UM CPU
- what is the board revision
- what is the BIOS revision currently installed
FYI, if you get the 0x7E error again, I would like the first parameter (from the group of four hex numbers following 0x7E).
Jason, Here is all I wrote down before going back to e7200.
Board: Model: DQ965GF
CPU: q8600 SL9UM
Seemed like I got a different Error everytime I tried to install CPU.
0x00000050 ( 0xFFFFFAA0002D6000, 0x0000000000, 0xFFFFF8000C358806,
0x00000019 (0x00000022, .... ) all I wrote down for this one.
0x0000007E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005, 0xFFFFF8000C0B8FE0, 0xFFFFF88002940908,
forgot why not sure if it pretained to problem, but I did write down the following too:
Prob event name 01: 6.1.7600.16385
OS Version: 6.17600.220.0.256.1
Local ID: 1033
I am seeing some issues with what you have posted most recently.
- originally you reported a q6600 CPU but now you report q8600
- Windows bug check codes should have 8 characters, not including the 0x
The second isn't as dire as the first is.
Assuming that you are using a q6600 CPU as origianlly reported, the board revision and BIOS revision check out okay.
The bug check codes:
- 0x50 is page_fault_in_nonpaged_area
- 0x19 is bad_pool_header
- 0x7E is system_thread_exception_not_handled
Knowing what thread exception was not handled might shed more light on the issue.
See if you can clear up those two issues, or replicate the error codes and recollect the data. We'll go from there.
Charlie one of the first things you should is update your BIOS the one you have now is from Feb 2007?? The current BIOS is for Oct 5 2009 BIOS # 6100 . I will leave it up to you how you do the update. Different People have different choices as which is better. ? The next thing I would is go to Microsoft and run the Windows Test to see if your board will Pass the compatability test . Than see where you are ?
Message was edited by: Robert Gifford