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PaNdRaGoN

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About PaNdRaGoN

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday August 3

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Greece
  • Interests
    PC building, Gaming, Skating, Music mixing
  • Biography
    BUDGET PC BUILD
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX-6300
  • Motherboard
    MSI 760 GMA-P34
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix DDR3 2*4GB
  • GPU
    ASUS GTX 660 OC edition 2GB
  • Case
    Fazn Hephaestus II
  • Storage
    Samsung 850Evo 250GB-Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB 7200RPM
  • PSU
    Corsair CS 550-M
  • Display(s)
    LG 24" 1080p IPS
  • Cooling
    Be Quiet! Shadow Rock Slim
  • Keyboard
    Razer Deathstalker
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga
  • Sound
    Logitech Z 333 2.1 speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Proffessional

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  1. Unfortunately I can not go back to older builds. So resetting is like a format, but I would like to keep my programms due to my very slow internet speed.(<4Mbps)
  2. Hello there. So I am getting this error on a fresh install of Windows. After I died all the updates, downloaded all the stuff I wanted to and started using the computer normally I got a notification. Windows tried to do this update "2019-11 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1903 for x64-based Systems (KB4524570)" but they could not and it showed me this error code "0x80070002". I thought that it had something to do with this particular update so after retrying and failing I moved on. A few days after that I tried installing a program for my university, which required the ".NET FRAMEWORK 2.5" or 3.0 or something similar. So I downloaded it but as soon as it would start installing it showed me the same error code "0x80070002". I tried many things I read online in forums, watched videos and stuff but nothing soved the problem.(from checking date and time settings to tuning some things into system) I ran the sfc scannow command and it reported that it found corrupted files but was unable to fix some of them. I checked the ...Logs\CBS... but I can see what the system expected to calculate, but what it really calculated in some commands was different. I do not know how to move on further or what else I can do. I would really like to avoid the format solution for many reasons. Thank you in advance.
  3. I did not try the same exact cables on another GPU as I do not have any other GPU with *pin connector. The 6pin extension that was in the package with these 8pins worked fine.
  4. Hello. A few weeks back I built myself a new computer with a RX 5700 XT and a Corsair TX-650M. I also bought some cablemod extensions. After 5 minutes of letting the computer install windows the gpu went dead and got replaced as a DOA product. Now that the other one came, it works fine. With the first GPU I used the cablemod extensions and got the 2 8pin cables from on connector to the PSU. Now I do not use any extensions and got the 8pins from 2 different connections. I am afraid that if by any chance an extension has a problem it will kill this GPU too. In the first case I do not know what went wrong. It could have been something with the cables or just a bad GPU. I tested the 6pin connectors with my old GTX 660 without any extensions and it worked just fine, as well as with a 6pin cablemod extension of the same package. Any advices on how could I check if the extensions are working properly? I do not have any electronic instruments to measure them or something, but as a last resort I am willing to get them to a technician but should he be a computer related one or electrician?
  5. Well in my case I let the test ran as much as possible, but they just let it fro 40 minutes just to finish first pass.
  6. Nah he is using his RAM in his PC, plus I do not know what will happen with the RAM I bought. I think that the sticks really are faulty but show up the errors in higher temps maybe.
  7. Yeap it works pefrectly fine on everything, and on MT86 is showed 0 erros after 4 passes.
  8. I tested my friends RAM(G.Skill instead of Corsair but same speed, latency and all the rest) and it ran prefectly fine on all the tests and normal use it got through. They still do not find any errors. I told them to run the test for all the 4 passes not just 1 pass so the sticks can get hotter, to try testing one stick first and then the other, trying them in a normal use case scenario but they told me that if they were faulty they would show up errors from the first pass etc. They seem like they want to help me with words but in action they do not seem to really care and there is nothing I can do for that. I am thinking about going RMA, though it will take 1,5 month or more and yet in case I am wrong(I do not know exactly how) nothing will happen and I will have wasted all this time.
  9. Ooh well that is something I did not know, thank you for the information. So could I do what you said in this topic? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  10. Thank you a lot, let's hope it works fine this time.
  11. So I sent back the RAM so the store's technicians could check them and they found no errors at all after running MT86+ in 5.1 and 8.1 versions. They told me that they ran it for 47 minutes. Now I have 2 options. 1) Either I get them back and try to figure it out. 2) Or they contact Corsair for RMA that could take 2 months and make no difference if they also find 0 errors. I really do not know what happened. With the stick that had less errors I ran Prime95 for more than 90 minutes and everything was fine, so I don't think it is a problem of the CPU, or SSD. Also I checked the different slots the motherboard has(with the RAM I had) and they seemed to be consistant, punctional and repeatable at their results. Today I asked a buddy of mine to lend me his RAM so we can check again. Is there any possibility they did not run the tests properly?(I surely had any OC and XMP disabled but I don't know if and what else I could have done wrong from the options, BIOS or something as I had not changed anything) Any advice?
  12. So today I got the answer. The GPU was DOA and they shipped me a new one.
  13. Feels bad... I shipped my GPU today, so tomorrow I will have an answer from them.
  14. Ooh ok I see. I will decide today what I am going to do, but my patience is kind of tested since I was waiting for all the parts since the 4th of September, so a faster solution would help.
  15. I just contacted the store. They test the RAM with MT86+ too, so tomorrow they will ship me my new RAM. I currently don't have the patience to contact Corsair and try to squeez out some extra benefit or something. I am just happy they accept it and I hope the next modules won't be faulty.
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