12-21-2015, 09:27 AM
Join Date: Dec 2015
OS: Windows 7 64 bits
Hi there! I am new to this, so I hope I am doing everything the right way. That being said, I can continue with some more information about my problem.
This problem occurred while I was trying to install a game on my newly created configuration. In the beginning of the installation, it just showed me the BSOD and then a restart followed. Happened with not one, but a few installations. I also had a isdone.dll problem with another game, which I couldn't fix, so I dumped that installation, too.
My OC is Windows 7 64 bits. My configuration (PC) is new, but I am using only my old HDDs, so before that my PC was running Windows 7 32 bits. I installed it myself yesterday (for a second time, because I thought a fresh install might fix the problem). My configuration is new, but not really - by that I mean it's newly built, but from second hand components (which, I think, all seem to work fine).
My video is Sapphire R9 290 Tri-x, Mobo: Asus Z97-K (got warranty), PSU: Seasonic 750B (750W) (also got warranty)
Some other info I think I should share:
- I checked my RAM with MemTest86 for about 2 hours and it was all fine. Did several passes. Don't have the time for more tests, might do them in the night.
- One of my HDDs is "badly damaged", but I am storing information on it
from around 3 years now. I am only getting a pop up messages that I need to backup my files and change it, but nothing really happens besides this. I am currently using it, too.
- I had some Asus drivers (Suite III) and AMD Catalyst installing issues, but I think it's all fine now.
I will also add a screenshot from BlueScreenView, which is from my last BSOD:
Will check .6 from the instructions post while I am waiting