Windows 10: CPU Mobo or MS?

Discus and support CPU Mobo or MS? in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Been reading forums for 5 days now on this hal.dll, pshed, ntsokrnl beast. All point to 3(+3) things, CPU MOBO and (3)drivers. So with tested memory... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Gieto, Sep 28, 2019.

  1. Gieto Win User

    CPU Mobo or MS?


    Been reading forums for 5 days now on this hal.dll, pshed, ntsokrnl beast. All point to 3(+3) things, CPU MOBO and (3)drivers. So with tested memory (and swaps) tested SSD's (also swapped) and a fresh 10 install, no drivers, bios at defaults, every dump points to these same 3 files. The dead end is not having a second processor or mobo to test, and MS won't own it as being software related unless they blame 3rd party drivers (which I haven't installed). All the forums beat the questioners to death with tests and posts of dumps insistent that they are necessary to find a solution (none have), even when some are techs themselves hoping for a ray of light to a problem that defies hardware issue. I have been running tests in safe mode for days not finding issue with the CPU or mobo, until windows loads the trinity. BSOD.


    The wife of a fellow geek stopped by, and mid-explanation of my frustration, looks over my shoulder with giggles pointing at the time strings on the errors. From a Bluetooth error in 1986, to a USB error in 2104, I have to admit, if I were a hacker from the future who wanted to mess with people really low key, I'd name the file "platform specific hardware error driver" too. Own it.


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    I'm gonna just blame intel(R) and microsoft(D) equally and go buy a new CPU, as neither of them will own a problem like this.

    (that's the only solution I've found consistent).

    :)
     
    Gieto, Sep 28, 2019
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  2. Kenp180 Win User

    Upgrading mobo and cpu

    Currently have AMD Phenomx4, ddr3 ram with AM3 socket. Moving to AMD 10a-7700k cpu and ASUS mobo which use ddr3 but are FM2+ socket. Will my version of Win10 (1709), downloaded as free upgrade from Win7, be linked to my MS Account and therefore reactivate
    automatically with such a hardware change. Or will I need to purchase another licence or alter BIOS settings. I am a complete novice on this side of computing so any helpful advice very much appreciated.

    Thanking you in advance
     
    Kenp180, Sep 29, 2019
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  3. Kenp180 Win User
    Upgrading mobo and cpu

    Thanks Brian, the issue I have is that it was a free upgrade from win7 and not preinstalled therefore not strictly an OEM licence. The second issue is that current mobo being am3 and new mobo being fm2+ are both derivatives of the same architecture So
    will it class as a new pc. If so am I better copying HD to external HD so that when I reboot I would only have to redownload files embedded in ms for games such as bf1?
     
    Kenp180, Sep 29, 2019
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  4. JaYp146 Win User

    CPU Mobo or MS?

    [FS][US] CPU, NForce4 skt 754 motherboard (with PCI-express slot, rare!), DDR RAM

    bump, CPU's stepping is now listed.
     
    JaYp146, Sep 29, 2019
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