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BSOD on BIOS update


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#1 StevenRS11

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Posted 14 April 2014 - 08:25 PM

So, I recently purchased a GTX 760 for my desktop PC. Apparently I need to update the bios on my ipisb-ch2 (chicago) motherboard for this to work, so I download the update .exe from the offical HP website.

 

When I ran this, right as the update process started, I got a BSOD titled "special-pool-detected-memory-corruption". Ive had the PC for several years now, and its never ever had a BSOD actually. Now get this- the computer works fine after I restarted it. I uh, havent tried again considering that generally a crash during a bios update is lethal, but does anyone have any guidance for me?

 

I ran the memory test that comes with windows, and it reported zero errors. The PC is here on the HP website, and the only thing I have changed is adding a SSD. Everything else is still stock. The graphics card I am trying to use is also listed as compatible with this motherboard, but only after the update.

 

Thanks for any help!

 



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#2 SpywareDoctor

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Posted 15 April 2014 - 07:19 AM

Have you tried it in Safe mode? In normal mode.

 

(In normal mode, your computer may be running some program that's incompatible with the BIOS update program).






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