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Old 12-15-2012, 07:52 AM
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Default CORSAIR Neutron GTX 240 GB RAID 0 , BSOD

Hi,
I get sometimes a BSOD after a wake up under W7 SP1 64 bits (french version) of my Desktop build on P8Z77-V DELUXE ASUS motherboard..
RAID 0 is build with 2 CORSAIR Neutron GTX 240 GB connected on Intel Z77 chipset SATA 6G ports.
Intel iRST Driver is up to date: V 11.7.0.1013, Intel OROM firmware is up to date: 11.6.0.1702
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Here is the summary of the BSOD:
Bug Check Code
0x000000C2
Bug Check String
BAD_POOL_CALLER
Paramètre 1
0x0000000745474150
Paramètre 3
0x0000109B00000000
Paramètre 3
0x454E434600000000
Paramètre 4
0x1B1E4C1000000000
Date du crash
01/01/1605 10:41
Architecture
x64
Version majeure
15
Version mineure
7601
Nombre de processeurs
8
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Who can help me on this BlueScreen problem ?
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Old 12-15-2012, 08:12 AM
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check your power settings (use high performance)
enable hot plug in bios for the drives

on this forum other users reported the same problems with this version of irst.
try the 11.6.x drivers..
http://www.overclock.net/t/1244232/a...ated-raid-orom

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Default CORSAIR Neutron GTX 240 GB RAID 0 , BSOD

Hi jerocompje,

Thanks for the excellent suggestion.
I used high power settings (not economical settings) in BIOS, but the 2 SATA III (6G) ports used for CORSAIR SSDs were not set up to 'hot plug'. (ASUS BIOS Version 1709).
Do i have also set 'hot plug' for others non RAID HDDs connected on MARVELL component ?
Is this 'fix' needed because it is a CORSAIR SSDs (firmware) issue ?
or because a Windows issue ?
or because a iRST driver issue ?
or because a ASUS BIOS issue ?
or because of a mix of some of these potential issues ?

So, can you detail more the origin of the problem ?

I'll do tests soon.
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Old 12-15-2012, 06:11 PM
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it's one of well known troubleshooting tips for ssd's.
you better not connect ssd's to marvell chips.
the tip is general, so not corsair-specific
it could be driver related, as i pointed out.
succes,
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Default Always BSOD at wakeup of RAID 0 SSD Neutron 240 GTX

Hi,
I have set parameters in BIOS as you recommend.
I get always the same BSOD when sleeping is sufficient long.
Is it a iRST well known problem or for any other reason ?
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:27 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jeroompje View Post
it's one of well known troubleshooting tips for ssd's.
you better not connect ssd's to marvell chips.
the tip is general, so not corsair-specific
it could be driver related, as i pointed out.
succes,
Jerome.
I got always the same BSOD at PC wakeup time even with BIOS parameters recommendation.
How can we prove the problem is coming from iRST driver ?
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