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Computer gives BSOD when reading HDD heavily.


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#1 anyguyusa

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Posted 21 February 2015 - 12:31 PM

Hey guys, I'm new here.  I've tried fixing my computer but nothing seems to work.  I've even had a fairy tech-savvy friend come take a look at it, but to no avail. 

 

So, each time I try to save a large file with Adobe Audition or Premiere, it gives me the BSOD, with a few different errors.  Here's what it's giving me.

 

MEMORY_MANAGEMENT 

KMODE_NOT_ACCEPTED

SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION

CACHE_MANAGER

 

It gives me a different one of these each time.  My computer will also crash when I try transferring large files to/from a flash drive. 

 

Here is the build for reference

 

Processor: AMD FX 8350

Ram: 16gb

Main HDD: Kingston 250gb SSD

Storage: 1tb

OS: Windows 8.1

Video: GeForce GTX 660

 

We updated all of the drivers.

 

Any ideas what could be causing this to happen?

 



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#2 HairCut

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Posted 21 February 2015 - 06:17 PM

Which Brand and Model of computer?

 

In the meantime

Run 'chkdisk'

like this:

This PC, Right Click on C:, Click Properties, Click Tools, Click  Check,

Attached File  This PC - Right Click C - Properties - Check.JPG   34.8KB   0 downloads

 

Let us know the result.


Edited by HairCut, 21 February 2015 - 06:32 PM.


#3 anyguyusa

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Posted 22 February 2015 - 07:14 PM

I tried the disk check and everything looked fine. 

 

It's a custom build computer.  I listed most of the specs in a previous post.  Is there anything else that I should include?



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Posted 22 February 2015 - 07:26 PM

Tried testing your memory?:

 

How to run the Windows Memory Diagnostic tool in Windows 8:

 

http://www.rm.com/Support/TechnicalArticle.asp?cref=TEC3222505



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Posted 22 February 2015 - 08:31 PM

Can you try using your computer in Safe mode for sometime and check if you're still getting BSOD?




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