I am getting the same error with the same board. Windows7 RTM, 64bit. I had replaced the video card and re-installed windows with the same errors.
A corrected hardware error has occurred.
Component: PCI Express Root Port
Error Source: Advanced Error Reporting (PCI Express)
Vendor ID:Device ID: 0x8086:0x340e
Class Code: 0x30400
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is your video card also from ATI? I did live chat w/ intel tech support, but he couldnt resolve the issue. I don't think this has anything to do with our videocard. I am going to try installing windows xp over the weekend, and see if it's the culprit.
Yes, running in crossfire, XFX 4850's
Also running Windows 7 x64 Ultimate, ati Radeon HD4890, i7 920 on DX58SO. Constant WHEA-Logger event id: 17, recoverable hardware error on PCIe. Was told by Intel the problem was with Windows (after replacing everything except I7 - memory, video card, they sent me a replacement DX58SO - no progress). Several $100 later, told by MS the problem is with the southbridge on the Dx58SO. Back to Intel...
same error here, but i run 2 - NVidia gtx295 in sli. i get this error 5-6x per second in my events. if i change drivers for pci-340a the errors stop for that session, but when i reboot they come back. installed the 10-20-09 bios but that didnt help either.
I have read 7 or 8 people having same problem all over the internet, and i think you are the first one w/ nvidia card (who noticed it). So it means it's nothing to do w/ ATI card or its driver. Thanks for the input, kev3303.
I have a feeling that if other people were looking at the event viewer more, there would be more people w/ same problem
If Microsoft Premier Service knows about this (and they do, although there was a charge for telling me so), it is more than 9 people.
This is great. I sent them the detailed error information from the log, and Intel called back. They requested my configuration, duplicated it (they say) and the problem doesn't happen for them (maybe because MINE IS BROKEN and theirs is not). I have replaced everything but the CPU and they replaced the motherboard (power supply, memory, video card, cpu cooler). Earlier, when they told me to replace the memory, I bought XMP1600 memory and underclocked it to 1066 to insure rock-solidity (yes, it is the standard SPD config). They are telling me now that the problem is related to unsupported memory and I should go an repurchase the CRUCIAL memory they had me replace. I can't talk to anyone who understands the status I sent them. Coming up on a year now...
i also am using xmp1600 memory (mushkin redlines) but i am using the xmp profile. i have some corsair that came with the mobo/proc/mem bundle that i can try. ill post again tomorrow with my results and let you know.
wanted to give specs also:
win7 x64 rtm
i7 920 d0
3x2gb mushkin redlines 998692 6-7-6-18
kingwin mach 1 1220w psu
4 x WD 500 gb RE3 sata using intel matrix for raid 5
2 x EVGA GTX295 co-op
Lol. i never thought it could be because of our memory modules. I am not IT but this sounds typical of manufacturer's response to problem.
at SPD setting which is lower setting than what they are capable of.
I assume if this is not fault of dx58so board, every tech board is going crazy with this problem by now... Only common set up who are experiencing this problem seems to be "windows 7 64bit and dx58so" at this point.
but of course they might be right. Let us know please if you find anything.
do you have corssfire or sli setp in common as well?
my thoughts are still drivers, since if i change the driver for the pci root 340a, for that session until i reboot again the errors cease.
I have tried two kinds of memory, and 2 different CPU's.
Mushkin HP3-12800 High Performance DDR3 SDRAM, 6GB Triple Channel Kit (3 x 2GB) (Part Number:998659)
Video Cards Tried:
XFX Radeon HD 4850 1GB PCI-E w/ Dual DVI, HDTV-Out (Part Number:HD485XZDFC) Tried in Xfire and both cards separately.
HIS Radeon HD 4850 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFire Supported Video Card (Part Number :H485F512P)
And I have reloaded windows multiple times. and changed to intel SSD for a boot drive.
i have crossfire setup.