Vishmister

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About Vishmister

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System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4790k @ Stock
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming GT
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Pro 4*4GB 2133Mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming @ Stock
  • Case
    Corsair 780T Black
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO 250GB, 2* WD Black 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650
  • Display(s)
    QNIX QX2710 Evolution II Glossy, Dell E2310H
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB Cherry MX Brown (with no Tramp Stamp)
  • Mouse
    Corsair Raptor M45
  • Sound
    Microlab Solo 6c 2.0 speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ultimate N

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  1. Had one or two BSOD's when trying to do lots of things at once. Also a common issue I have is USB ports suddenly cutting out for periods? Means my WiFi adaptor won't work without reinsertion.
  2. OK will look into your guys options and will update, thanks again for the help
  3. Sure, will post it now.
  4. OK, was stable for a while, but booted PC today, tried running chrome w/ loads of tabs as soon as it logged on and I got BSOD and clock_watchdog....
  5. ok will leave it as normal for a while, do you think I can enable XMP again in the BIOS or shouldn't I
  6. ok, have loaded optimized defaults, but b/c i don't know what exactly triggers a crash ill have to wait a few days I think to see if it crashes again under normal workloads. did as you said with the pump, seems to be still working. I have an AIDA64 report if that would be helpful?
  7. Hi, Been having problems with a self-built rig for about a year now so thought I would come back to an extremely helpful community for any help you may have. When my PC ran Win7, it would hang on bootup about 9/10 boots, if it made it through the log-on process, it would BSOD and shut itself down at the first command entered. I took the PC to a shop, who said the problem was with my installation of my OS, upgraded me to Win10 and said it should work from here. Whilst the PC does not hang on bootup anymore, every couple hours of use the PC BSOD's, usually with error code 'CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT'. I have checked in the BIOS, and I am pretty sure that my CPU/GPU clocks are at stock, and I am not running XMP timings on my 2133Mhz RAM. I have a feeling that my H100i may be failing, but hopefully by looking at the attatched PERFMON and dump files, you will be able to find what's causing these issues... Many thanks! Vishmister Dumps: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxTT3iNzFGcccHBkYW5VeW5SSFk Perfmon: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxTT3iNzFGccRG1qWFhrT0U4T2s
  8. Hi, I completely removed my gpu, put my dvi cable into the mono but have no display on monitor at all?
  9. If I remove the GPU, will the iGPU be automatically enabled?
  10. Hi all, I'm currently having a problem in which my PC simply fails to get to the login screen. It boots through all its CMOS codes fine and through the motherboard splash screen. It is at the next screen where the windows logo would be (I run my PC in non-GUI boot mode) where problems begin to occur, it spends far longer on this screen than I would expect. After this screen instead of getting to the windows login screen, I am left with a black screen with a cursor on it (which I cannot move). When I turn off the PC, I am given no option for startup repair etc. The PC boots perfectly fine in safe mode. I have tried uninstalling my NVIDIA drivers, but I cannot reinstall them as the install process fails to work in safe mode, and I obviously cannot boot into normal mode. How can I get my PC to boot normally again? Many thanks.
  11. Thank you very much Captain_WD your help is very much appreciated! I will try this method as soon as I can.
  12. UPDATE: I spoke to Dell and they said this form of cloning would not be supported and I would require a backup media USB Stick - would this be correct?
  13. The problem will be activating Windows 10 on the SSD, as I assume that my copy of Windows on the HDD is an OEM license for which I don't have the key
  14. Hi, I recently purchased a Dell Inspiron 7548 which came with a slow 2.5" WD Blue, so I purchased a Crucial MX200 to upgrade it. In order to maintain my existing Windows license (and following various guides on the internet), I have attempted in vain to clone my WD Blue onto my MX200, as when I boot the cloned OS in the laptop I am told that there are no bootable devices available. I have tried the SSD formatted in both MBR and GPT and have also tried shrinking the OS partition from 950gb (approx) to 220gb before I clone it onto the SSD using both EaseUS ToDo Backup and Acronis True Image 2014 which came bundled with the SSD. Could any of the wonderful people here guide me step-by-step through the process of getting Windows to boot from the SSD. Thanks, Vishmister PS: I don't know if this would cause an issue when cloning but because my Laptop only has one HDD/SSD enclosure, I have both disks plugged into my existing PC in order to clone them. Also, the OS on the WD Blue that i'm trying to clone is Win 10, my PC is running Win 7.