It was good since my last post. However, I reboot my PC yesterday morning and I got 3 times BSOD last night. It seems like when it is good, it is better I dont anyhow reboot or shut down and it will retain the well performance.
Originally Posted by Patriot_VL
Anyway, I got win7 popup message when I restart my PC after BSOD, actually i got it every time and this time I reminded myself to paste here FYI:-
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033
Additional information about the problem:
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
after that, I realized windows always file a solution through "Action Centre\solve PC issue" at notification area, which is as follows:-
Troubleshoot a problem with a hard disk drive
Windows was temporarily unable to read your hard disk drive. We don't know the exact cause of the problem. In most cases, this type of condition is momentary and doesn't indicate a serious problem, but sometimes it means that a hard disk is failing.
Common causes of this problem
-Aging or failing hard disks. To prevent file corruption and data loss, we recommend that you back up all of your important files and folders immediately. See step 1 in the section below for more information.
-Large file transfers from secondary media, such as an external hard drive, to a local hard drive.
-Loss of power to a hard disk drive that causes inconsistent data sectors.
-Hard disk-intensive processes such as antivirus scanners.
-Recently installed hardware that might have compatibility and performance problems.
Before you begin the troubleshooting steps below, we recommend backing up the files and folders on your computer.
-Back up your files and folders to prevent data loss
-Click to open Backup and Restore
-Click Back up files, and then follow the steps in the wizard. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
You should back up your files and folders on a regular basis to protect your data from unexpected hardware problems. Also, when creating backups, it is helpful to use a portable storage device, such as an external hard disk, as the drive you save backups on. This is preferable to storing backups on a local, internal hard disk because it keeps this important recovery data separate from your computer.
The following steps can help identify whether the cause of the problem is temporary or whether it is a more serious problem with your hard disk. Try the steps in the order given. If one step doesn't solve the problem, then move on to the next one.
-Restart your computer
-Make sure that the problem is not just a temporary one by restarting your computer and repeating what you were doing when the error occurred. If the error persists, try the next step.
-Install the latest updates for your computer
-If the error occurred shortly after adding a new hardware device, the device or its driver might be causing the problem. First, install the latest updates on your computer (including hardware updates).
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>>Click to go online to see contact information for most computer manufacturers
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Last edited by Johnyeoh; 08-11-2011 at 11:39 PM.
@valve88, FWIW have identical motherboard, processor and drive -- no blue screens. Occasional freezes at bootup, which I hope will also disappear with new firmware. GREAT rig and hope you are happy as me.
Originally Posted by valve88
Thank you for your reply. That issue is mostly caused because the drive randomly lost power which in turn cause the system to crash. The new firmware address this power loss. We are continuing testing over this weekend and if all passes we should have it up for everyone Monday morning.
Hello, in first, im sorry for my bad english.
I have the SAME problem whit my patriot wildfire 120GB. On a ASUS p7p55de LX. I try everything for 3 week, Sata 2 ahci = freeze blue screen and reboot whit hard drive not detected. Sata 6gb marvel+ AHCI= same freeze blue screen whit reboot and drive not detected..!! For resolve that shit, i turne AHCI in IDE mode in BIOS. And now, NO PROBLEM. I dont no if the patriot dont support the AHCI or the problem is the ASUS ahci motherboard...
But i dont think this is a problem of us patriot.. Because my friend have a SSD corsair force 120, and he have the same problem..!
A question, this multiple blue screen, have caused any damages to the SSD?
EDIT: Can i install the new firmware whit my SSD in actual stable IDE mod and after that, format it and install again window 7 in AHCI mode?
EDIT: Because i scar the system freeze and reboot in AHCI mod during the firmware update.. Then, can i update the firmware in IDE mode?
Last edited by Mseirco; 08-15-2011 at 11:34 AM.
Could you guys keep us updated on your experiences with the new firmware!
Anxious to hear the news!
Everyone please try the new firmware 3.2.0 for BSOD and stuttering issues.
Oops! I forgot to run with ADMIN right. Sorry.
Originally Posted by Johnyeoh