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Shih
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Posted:9/25/2010 3:30:00 PM # 1
I very recently put together a new system but my system is unstable and guranteed to crash with the blue screen error: memory management. This only happens in the morning after the computer has been shut off overnight, and only the first startup, meaning that if I do a cold reset then my computer will run perfectly without fail through the rest of the day. But if I do a warm reset then it will again immediately crash upon loading windows no matter how many resets I do. Basically my system crashes upon the first boot after it has been off for a long time. I performed a memtest86+ test for 9 hours straight and no errors were found. I contacted the company(Corsair)of my ram and they say this problem is likely due to my motherboard. They suggested I update my BIOS and tweak my memory BIOS settings; and I formated my computer and did all that but nothing works. My Specs: MOBO: P7P55D-E LX CPU: Intel core i5 760 Ram: Corsair CMX4GX3M2A1600C9 PSU: seasonic S12II 620W Video card: MSI N460GTX Hawk OS: Win7 Professional .............And I don't know how to fix my Wall of Text of a post........

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Ulrich
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Posted:9/25/2010 10:44:00 PM # 2
Hi S...

Difficult to know what is wrong there...  Apparently the system simply will not start properly... whether a cold boot or a warm reset....

Does the same thing happen with just one memory module in the B1 slot...?

Sometimes problems booting are a power supply signaling issue...

Once you do get booted up, have a look in your event logs and see if there are any other errors reported besides the memory management issue.

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Posted:9/26/2010 8:12:00 AM # 3
I tried putting one module in A1 slot, and then B1 slot, and it's the same. If it's the second boot of the day, then everything's perfect. But if it's the first boot, then windows crashes. I just don't know what the problem is. If it's my psu then how can I confirm that? As for event logs, I see there are numerous errors and one critical error named kernel-power. I don't see a memory management error in my event logs.....

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Posted:9/26/2010 1:16:00 PM # 4
Hi S..

About the only way to know if the power supply is the issue is to swap it into another system or swap another one into your system...  Just to be clear, when you mention shutting the system off, is that just an opoerating system shutdown.. or do you unplug the whole thing...  removing it from mains power.

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Posted:9/26/2010 3:48:00 PM # 5
the system crashes and reboots and crashes reboots in an infinite loop. I need to press the power button while it's booting to shut it. But no... I did not need to unplug anything. This is so frustrating.....................................and annoying as hell since I need to wait till the next day to find out if any new changes I made make any difference.............

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Posted:10/1/2010 7:17:00 AM # 6
I have just made a post with exactly same problem as this! Same RAM & Same MOBO. Compatibility issue?

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Posted:10/6/2010 2:27:00 PM # 7
I got the very same problem with my ASUS P7P55-E LX board and G.SKILL 2x2 GB NQ Series 1333 Mhz.

First boot will crash and sometimes even the next boots but mostly the pc will work after the first blue screen. Allready changed the modules in places and size but nothing changed.

Anyone who can help?

In the meantime I will RMA and buy and try some 1066 Mhz modules that are listed here: http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=P7P55D-E%20LX or here: http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/modelsinfo.asp?SysID=60148&mfr=ASUS/ASmobile&model=P7P55D&search_type=&root=us&LinkBack=http://www.kingston.com&Sys=60148-ASUS/ASmobile-P7P55D-E+LX+Motherboard&distributor=0&submit1=Search

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Posted:10/8/2010 12:12:00 AM # 8

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Author: Darth Sonic Posted: 10/6/2010 2:27:00 PM

I got the very same problem with my ASUS P7P55-E LX board and G.SKILL 2x2 GB NQ Series 1333 Mhz.

First boot will crash and sometimes even the next boots but mostly the pc will work after the first blue screen. Allready changed the modules in places and size but nothing changed.

Anyone who can help?

In the meantime I will RMA and buy and try some 1066 Mhz modules that are listed here: http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.aspx?model=P7P55D-E%20LX or here: http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/modelsinfo.asp?SysID=60148&mfr=ASUS/ASmobile&model=P7P55D&search_type=&root=us&LinkBack=http://www.kingston.com&Sys=60148-ASUS/ASmobile-P7P55D-E+LX+Motherboard&distributor=0&submit1=Search

Adding a third of my memory modules enabled me to boot in windows without BSOD and makes the system more stable (running with single channel now), but the BSOD are not all over yet. Running in 1066 Mhz and trying OCZ and Corsair memory modules did not work.

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Posted:10/9/2010 4:47:00 PM # 9
I worked out a possible solution/workaround:

http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20101009164519452&board_id=1&model=P7P55D-E+LX&page=1&SLanguage=en-us

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Posted:10/24/2010 4:20:00 AM # 10
i have the same prob and what i have come up with is that it is the gpu and mobo that dont work together i have try ati gpu on the mobo then it works,i try my ASUS geForce GTX 465 on other system then the gpu work. this sucks.

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