Blue Screen Problem

peteralbright

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New Computer. Everything has worked perfectly for the last 2 weeks. Now when I try to start a game Blue Screen and Restart. There is no error code. I've taken away automatic restart under system -> advanced settings. I've ran windows memory diagnostics no issues. I have done error checking, no bad files. 2 EA records, 60 reparse records (I dont know what that means).


CPU - AMD X4 760K Quad Core (w/ thermal paste + stock cooler)
GPU - EVGA GTX 750 Ti
RAM - Ballistix 8 GB Sport DDR3
MOBO - A78M-E45
1 TB Western
PSU - Corsair CX 430 Bronze Cert

HELPFUL PICTURES of error code, logs
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peteralbright

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Ok so it just crashed when I was not playing any game. I just had multiple tabs open and was uploading the pictures for the thread. I also had a youtube tab up
 
yep, you will not get a error code for a power failure the CPU will reset and upon the next boot of windows
it will check a flag and see that it was not shutdown correctly and post a power failure to the error log.
(no error code).
I guess it could also be a power strip problem as well as a PSU issue or graphics card problem. if the CPU resets, you will not have a minidump file to look at
 

peteralbright

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How could i find the minidump. I had an issue with the 24 pin connector because the motherboard did not have a latch, so trying to turn on the PC was difficult.
 

peteralbright

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Also I ran troubleshooting on my PC from the Devices and Printers section and I got a few drivers not installed even though I have MSI update. The drivers were PCI, SM Bus Controller, 2 Universal Serial Bus, and Unknown Device. I installed a Realtek PCIE driver with MSI update.... and a USB 3.0 driver
 

peteralbright

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Hey john thanks for the comment. It was related to Power. I had the PSU plug going into an extension cord that was loaded with other devices. I plugged it into the wall and its been working fine.
 

peteralbright

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so the computer was working fine for awhile and it did it again. I see what you mean by no error code. That means there is a power problem. I have the PSU plug running directly into the wall now and that seemed to fix the issue for awhile. Maybe it is a bad connection on the Mobo because the 24 pin has no latch for it. I don't think im low on power because the graphics card doesnt need any extra power and its a 430
 

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