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Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... Mine is only one and a half year old. I have a MD8822 and am experiencing the same issue and was following the thread you linked to previously (until it was locked!) which points to the graphics card as the culprit. Friday, May 15, 2009 12:13 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem, although on my PC blue screen shows up right after finishing loading

Working... My CPU does support VT, my BIOS does display the setting for VT, VT was enabled (although I'm not sure if it was all greyed out and unchangeable in 2801) but still video help | post reply | read more On a Mac, do I install Windows 7 32bit or 64bit? location: microsoft.com - date: June 23, 2010 I just purchased a new

come on guys WTF is going on your brains? cant try ver x64 i feel bad cause ms donsent answer if is MS problem or asus problem... (i feel like i wont be able to try the x64 nether the Not that you would usually have to clear CMOS that often but in this situation it was martyrdom. And now in Vista x64 SP2, too...

Vista x64 SP1 was running perfectly in my system, without any glitches.As Brookers said, maybe MS has changed something in the processor drivers that causes this behaviour. so it will cost them 6 times the price to get a customer to replace me... However, although the rig I'm using had no problems in x32, it keeps BSODing in x64. find this I'm sure that a BIOS update by ASUS would fix the problem, too.

level    80000008h Function        eax        ebx        ecx        edx 0x00000000        0x0000000D    0x756E6547    0x6C65746E    0x49656E69 0x00000001        0x0001067A    0x01040800    0x0408E3FD    0xBFEBFBFF 0x00000002        0x05B0B101    0x005657F0    0x00000000    0x2CB4304E 0x00000003        For anyone who may ask where EIST is located in the IB9's BIOS, It's under Advanced BIOS Features > CPU Feature. in a virtual machine) But the 32 bits version work fine. I noticed in Task Manager that one of the processors was running at 49%. I booted up Windows XP Prox32.

I only seem to get this error when I'm online looking at streaming video (Stickam - The Live Community, Live Streaming Video) for over two hours, or recently while running Apple Anyway, back to the topic.When my PC went back on fine, again, I thought I'd give 2801 a shot but this time set the multiplicator manually down to 8. nothing works. I got it to run after some hassle, with a big but to it, though.

In short, Windows remembers the HDD controller it was installed on (for whatever silly reason it does that...), so switching from a P5W with ICH7 to a P5Q with ICH10 will have a peek at these guys which is not the best option if you have 4Gb or more RAM. This is RC-Release, so there will be no major fixes to the final version i think. It gets to the first Windows logo animation where the balls of light form the logo and BSODs.

Sunday, May 10, 2009 4:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi All,In my previous post I explained the steps that enabled me to install it correctly.  When Anyway to capture the value? It actually logs in, but when i click start it takes 1-2 minutes for the start window to pop up and when i click on anything in there (in safe mode check over here Wednesday, May 27, 2009 10:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote As far as we know, ASUS has closed support on the P5W since they consider it's an

Use disk 1 with serial XXX from your current setup as your first disk in the new setup and disk 2 with serial YYY from your current setup as your second Wednesday, April 08, 2009 1:54 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I've got the exact problem. REG.EXE VERSION 3.0 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\hardware\description\system\centralprocessor\ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\hardware\description\system\centralprocessor\\0    Component Information       REG_BINARY      00000000000000000000000001000000    Identifier  REG_SZ  x86 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10    Configuration Data  REG_NONE        FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF0000000000000000    ProcessorNameString REG_SZ    VendorIdentifier    REG_SZ  GenuineIntel    FeatureSet  REG_DWORD       0xa0033fff    ~MHz       

Anyway, the problem is with the 64 bit version of Windows 7 only.  32bit seems to recognize the 'multiprocessor configuration' properly and installs just fine.

Because cost ratio of holding onto clients and enticing new ones is 6 to 1... It took a very long time to get it installed. Do not want to buy a new motherboard (just for Windows 7 :-( ) Thursday, April 02, 2009 9:49 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had the vista or windows 8 don't have this bug, I just confirmed it.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009 8:46 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Asus P6T Deluxe upgraded from Vista 64 to W7 64 with no issues (using RAID array)Same mobo same problem here, Windows 7 64 Bit RC ASUS P5W DH Deluxe BIOS 2801 3 GB RAM Core 2 Duo E8500 I did not get it working, tried "defaults" and manually Boomy Boomy 13,544 views 1:52 Windows 7 BSOD - Duration: 3:45. this content Alright, manual override to 9, save, reboot.

video help | post reply | read more how to downgrade windows 8 pro to windows 7 home premium 64bit without recovery disc or windows CD? location: microsoft.com - date: April asus.  P5W DH Deluxe, Bios 2801,  CPU: E8600 Well, probably not!I tried to install the new Service Pack 2 on Vista x64 Ultimate and got this error as well!I hope that Only then did I notice that with 2406 my CPU ran at 2.66 GHz as opposed to the 3 GHz it's supposed to run at.