Nobody has an idea ? Is there somebody of Intel who can respond please ?
Sounds similar to the unusual and erratic issues I have been having with my D34010WYK.
I haven't posted about all of the weirdness I have seen while trying to complete a basic OS install, in fact I have omitted large tracts of text because they have devolved into not much more than ongoing notes, that read as conjecture and rants. But suffice it to say that your issue sounds very similar to some of the bizarre stuff I am seeing.
So far, in my case and from the other issues I have read here, it might seem like intermittent hardware failure, however I have the strong feeling that it's a firmware issue.
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I also think (hope) it's not a hardware problem but a BIOS/firmware problem. When i reboot the system after the bluescreen everything works fine and keeps working fine. It look like my problem appears after i have powered down the unit and cut the power (i switch off al my equipment at night). When i startup the system the next day the errors or bluescreens appear and after a reboot everythings works again for the rest of the day.
I also did a memory test in Windows and it shows no errors. It looks like the system is not always shutdown complete and that it stays in some sort of powersave mode. The green LED is always lid.
Is there any other way to get a respons from somebody of Intel ?
I am sorry to hear you are having problems but let me help you.
There are some steps I want you to try:
- Clear the CMOS/default settings in Bios by pressing F9 under the Bios.
- If possible test a different SSD.
- If possible test a different RAM stick.
- Boot the computer with no devices attached like USB drives.
Thank you for the respons. I tried al your suggestions except for the memory. Yesterday i removed 1 of the 2 installed memory modules and this morning the system booted fine. So i've called my retailer and i can exchange my memory modules for a different type which i have found on the intel compatibility site :
My current modules are not listed so i hope that my problem is solved with the new modules. I will let you know.
Is good to hear that. Let me know!
The problem is solved with the Kingston memory !!!