and thanks to the people that replied so far, I tried updating the BIOS but unfortunately for me there wasn't an update available for my model. Everything went fine, no problems during the build and no problems installing all the programs I needed. I am power-supply traumatized no doubt. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. have a peek here
Everything was alright till you had the case change. Login here! It really doesn't pay to skim on that item. They aren't blue screens, but it's still an issue because it forces a reboot to get out of the crash, and that causes issues with other things that I deal with, https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-hardware/event-id-20-whea-logger-amd-northbridge/b69d3256-05a9-4aa7-b7ef-f0ed662c0f6f
Searching just the event ID doesn't pull up anything comparable either. I've traced it to when I do a full backup to an external drive. All Rights Reserved. Checking for BIOS updates (there are none). 4.
As for the PSU (I forgot to add this in my first post). Maybe it is a coincidence? Then after a about 3 weeks my pc rebooted without warning while playing a game. I just had the problem again after it was stable all night and all day today.
I have not made and hardware changes and cannot seem to find a straight answer anywhere. Hypertransport Watchdog Timeout Error Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: A Fatal Hardware Error Has Occured. Anyways, Ever since I built this computer in August last year, I've been having random and unpredictable computer crashes. http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php?topic=15431.0 Join the community here.
Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: A Fatal Hardware Error Has Occured. If anyone has a solution or any suggestions I'm sure there are a lot of people that would appreciate it including myself. Last edited by borg_7_of_9: 10-26-2012 at 01:54 AM. But every once in awhile, for no apparent reason, the system will completely lock up.
AMD Northbridge. see this But it is my best guess though. Whea Logger Event 20 Amd Northbridge AMD Northbridge. Whea Logger "event Id: 1" I also attached the minidups from today.
Everything was alright till you had the case change. navigate here I didn't have any errors for the first couple months after built the computer. Event id 20 from source E100B has no comments yet. I was thinking in terms of the 3.3-5v rails.
There is a bug when Windows writes a large amount of files causing an error 55. fuller556 View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by fuller556 Find Threads by fuller556 10-27-2012, 02:37 PM #9 borg_7_of_9 Join Date: Nov 2007 Reputation: 3249 Posts: 14,280 If it's not a hardware problem. Check This Out or a software conflict/bad driverClick to expand...
Have you done so for any prolonged amount of time? Quote: Originally Posted by YoYo155 Just noting, your motherboard isn't really built for overclocking, your CPU's stock wattage is 125W which is your motherboard's maximum rated capacity. and it did.
Do you think the GA-990FXA-UD5 would make for a great replacement or should I go with the Asus SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0 for a replacement (since this has now become my problem). Trying WinHTTP. BTW, the error doesn't only occur with this version of Windows. Everything worked fine at first.
Take it back to the guy who put it together. So much room, so quiet... To date, I have tried:Updating Drivers: didn't work (Drivers were already fully updated)Uninstalling and reinstalling all drivers and chipsets fresh: didn't work.Removing and re-seating the GPU: didn't work.Using many different power http://twaproductions.com/event-id/event-id-36874-event-source-schannel.html Send request returned 0x80042197.
I was thinking along similar lines. Http status code 407. AMD Northbridge. BSOD Help and Support Help~ whea-logger event id 17Hi guys, i am constantly having this warning almost every second in event viewer... (15700+ warning and counting) it started since 9/12 and
OC was 32bit stable for 4+ years got a 64 bit os and it went to crap had to re do the OC.. Then, you guessed it, reboots... The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. I keep getting reboots with the same error even with another GPU.
Gee whiz I wonder why? You can not post a blank message. Unlocking cores can have the same outcome... dukethrust May 7, 2016 5:06 PM (in response to emeraldacid) optimizing your bios and upgrading it - are a pro secret to power configs Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: A