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The others happened during times that I wasn't aware of my PC's functions. Follow the on-screen commands. When I visited Phoenix's website, I was appalled to find that they charge you to update your BIOS (along with other drivers). So my question is where exactly on the motherboard do I go to find the gremlin, gut him, stuff him, and place him over my mantle? weblink

docbadwrenchJun 19, 2009, 2:25 AM Hi Badge. Give me a fish and I can eat for a day. For instance: My video card is reasonably new (within the last year and a half), but my CPU is more like 3 years old. What about your temps? http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/bsod-amdk8-sys-3552-need-your-help-343532.html

We do not guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. can you confirm that first?? I have a hard time believing that all four sticks of RAM went bad on the same day. Thanks, AMD, for making a simple help request into an arduous death-march of bad design.

After you have successfully uninstalled your amdk8.sys-associated program (eg. Tip: If you do not already have a malware protection program installed, we highly recommend using Emsisoft Anti-Malware (download here). But, first click on the help button and click on "Create a clean environment for troubleshooting". I think (maybe I'm wrong) that the important in RAM is the speed and timing when you're using more than one module.-Windows 7 x64 RC -MSI K9A2 Platinum BIOS V1.8 -AMD

I'm already doing this. It's the newest item in my whole rig. As for services, I'm not sure what that means, either. (Forgive my apparent ignorance)If it still crashes with just the basics running, then you need to start looking at hardware. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/Lync/en-US/63df183a-ee16-4fcd-948b-e159ee9d4e43/symphony-of-blue-screens-for-your-listening-pleasure?forum=itproxpsp I'll report back.

This is kind of rambling (apologies), but let me leave you with this observation, which I did not find enough of - or fully appreciate - until this happened. I'm thankfull for everyone who is trying to help me and I would be really really happy if someone could help me solve the problem. I do not have Norton Internet Security installed. Since I have dual-threaded RAM, I have to try two sticks (out of four) at a time.

Again, thanks to you Elder. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/amdk8-sys-amdk8-0x3552.172197/ Can you recall that when does your windows starts to have blue screen? It is possible that when I did a general driver upgrade that I replaced something that I shouldn't have. I have Symantec Antivirus v 8.0.1.457 installed. (But no "Internet Security" package.) When you say "when does your windows starts to have blue screen?" I'm a little unsure of what you

However, I don't have any way of knowing just yet. have a peek at these guys But I do appreciate the attention. I think I'm close to yet another reinstall, however, I am desperate to determine what the actual problem is, because a reinstall is simply buying time until the next time this The only BSOD since I made those changes (so far) was: Probably caused by : ntkrnlpa.exe ( nt!KiTimerExpiration+96 ) My feeling, after doing this and then playing around with it, is

For the purposes of nailing down the problem, I have been running the Torture Test with the Blended setting. You will be prompted with a permission dialog box. If you require a copy of amdk8.sys, it is recommended that you obtain it directly from Microsoft. check over here While updating the BIOS might even be a good idea, the fact still remains that my PC was very recently given the whole new-Windows-on-a-new-hard-drive treatment, which should have had this thing

The speed of my ram was set for 200 Mhz, but I'm not exactly pro when it comes to navigating a BIOS. Is it possible to still use the two 512MB sticks in addition to two 1GB sticks? Join the community here.

It will probably ask for your Windows cd.

Thanks for your help. Step 2: Repair Registry Entries Associated with MSDN Disc 3498 Sometimes amdk8.sys and other blue screen errors can be related to problems in the Windows registry. What I have done: Removed 1 hard drive. Are you still getting the amdk8.sys error?

Click Yes. They hit my wife when she played Plants vs. It might be nice to have another helpful guide. http://thatswp.com/bsod/bsod-back-again.html Once Manual is chosen, then I may alter the other values.

I only get about one blue screen a week as of this posting. XenForo add-ons by Waindigo™ ©2015 Waindigo Ltd. ▲ ▼ This is a brand new install of Windows and I hadn't considered what I would even do. Update your chipset driver.3.

What does that mean? I hope it's useful to any other person frantically googling and searching for answers to an interminable series of blue screens that crush the soul.I only get about one blue screen That's assuming they figure the problem, too. Memclock index value (Mhz): 200Mhz (by default) May choose: 100Mhz, 133Mhz, 166Mhz, or 200Mhz CAS# latency (Tcl): 2.5 (by default) May choose: 2, 2.5, or 3 Min RAS# active time (Tras):