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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Unmarked as solved.

    Try to lower again the ram speed to DDR4-2400 (PC4-19200).
    It seems iomega zip drives could cause BSODs.
    Samsung SSDs aren't present in MB QVL (SATA SSD Support List).
    I can't find details about HDDs (firmware).
    MB specs says only W10 is supported (although they included drivers for previous OSs).
    One of their engineers in their forum wrote "new CPUs support only Win10".
    Details about your graphics card? I found only Radeon R9 380 3GB pciex 3.0, I didn't find manufacturer and model.
    Are you using a DVI-D to DSUB adapter (for the acer monitor)?
    Did you disable defender antivirus?
    Are you using any other antivirus?
    Other checks:
    Drives:
    • IOMEGA ZIP 250 ATA Device
    • SAMSUNG HD204UI ATA Device (2TB 5400rpm)
    • Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB ATA Device
    • NVMe Samsung SSD 960 SCSI Disk Device
    CPU frequencies: stock 3.6GHz --> turbo 4GHz
    CPU, RAM frequency supported: 2667MHz
    MB, RAM frequency supported: 2667/2400/2133
    MB support: from 7 to 10
    BIOS: latest
    RAM model is present in MB QVL
    Graphics driver: latest
    ASUS VG27A 1920 x 1080 (32 bit) (59Hz) HDMI
    ACER AL2216W 1680 x 1050 (32 bit) (60Hz) DVI
    AMD Radeon (TM) R9 380 Series 3gb pciex 3.0
    Last edited by xilolee; 12-27-2017 at 07:36 PM.


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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Unmarked as solved.

    Try to lower again the ram speed to DDR4-2400 (PC4-19200).
    It seems iomega zip drives could cause BSODs.
    Samsung SSDs aren't present in MB QVL (SATA SSD Support List).
    I can't find details about HDDs (firmware).
    MB specs says only W10 is supported (although they included drivers for previous OSs).
    One of their engineers in their forum wrote "new CPUs support only Win10".
    Details about your graphics card? I found only Radeon R9 380 3GB pciex 3.0, I didn't find manufacturer and model.
    Are you using a DVI-D to DSUB adapter (for the acer monitor)?
    Did you disable defender antivirus?
    Are you using any other antivirus?
    Other checks:
    Drives:
    • IOMEGA ZIP 250 ATA Device
    • SAMSUNG HD204UI ATA Device (2TB 5400rpm)
    • Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB ATA Device
    • NVMe Samsung SSD 960 SCSI Disk Device

    CPU frequencies: stock 3.6GHz --> turbo 4GHz
    CPU, RAM frequency supported: 2667MHz
    MB, RAM frequency supported: 2667/2400/2133
    MB support: from 7 to 10
    BIOS: latest
    RAM model is present in MB QVL
    Graphics driver: latest
    ASUS VG27A 1920 x 1080 (32 bit) (59Hz) HDMI
    ACER AL2216W 1680 x 1050 (32 bit) (60Hz) DVI
    AMD Radeon (TM) R9 380 Series 3gb pciex 3.0
    At this point, I haven't changed the RAM speeds from stock, but I could lower further.
    I've had the ZIP drive installed for a decade, it's never given me BSOD before
    I'm no longer using the Samsung SATA SSD, now it's just the NVMe SSD. This had happened before I switched though, really when I first rebuilt with the new motherboard/chip combo
    All my SSD and HDD have latest firmware
    I realize Ryzen will only install WIN10 because drivers don't exist in the WIN7 package. There are many fixes for that, one of which I took advantage of. I don't like WIN10, so I'll stick with 7 until I have no other option.
    My GPU is an MSI R9 380 GAMING 4G LE with 4GB of DDR5. Its drivers are updated as well.
    One monitor is plugged via HDMI (ASUS) one via DVI (ACER). This has been like this for years without issue.
    My antivirus is MSE, and I don't have anything else installed

    I don't know what to do about the "other checks", but my RAM is directly from their QVL and everything is up to date.

    I should mention how I can sort of replicate the BSOD. I had 3 tabs open in firefox, then opened a new window in chrome. Got the BSOD from pci.sys and it restarted. Once the system restarts, if I open firefox and chrome again and restore the last state, it will just blue screen again. If I open firefox and chrome anew and open new tabs, then it's fine.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    I forgot another thing. I thought when I originally had this issue that it was the onboard WIFI, so I installed my PCIE WIFI card and disabled the onboard. Everything seemed to work until I RMA'd the board, installed it, then forgot to disable the onboard WIFI again.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by ldeveraux View Post
    I've had the ZIP drive installed for a decade, it's never given me BSOD before

    But not for a decade on Ryzen, remove it during testing, please.

    I should mention how I can sort of replicate the BSOD. I had 3 tabs open in firefox, then opened a new window in chrome. Got the BSOD from pci.sys and it restarted. Once the system restarts, if I open firefox and chrome again and restore the last state, it will just blue screen again. If I open firefox and chrome anew and open new tabs, then it's fine.

    A bugcheck pointing to PCI.sys indicates a likely issue with the chipset or associated drivers to me; where repeatable using browser(s), graphics card/drivers comes high on my list of suspects (try using only one display to replicate it?).

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by satrow View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ldeveraux View Post
    I've had the ZIP drive installed for a decade, it's never given me BSOD before

    But not for a decade on Ryzen, remove it during testing, please.

    I should mention how I can sort of replicate the BSOD. I had 3 tabs open in firefox, then opened a new window in chrome. Got the BSOD from pci.sys and it restarted. Once the system restarts, if I open firefox and chrome again and restore the last state, it will just blue screen again. If I open firefox and chrome anew and open new tabs, then it's fine.

    A bugcheck pointing to PCI.sys indicates a likely issue with the chipset or associated drivers to me; where repeatable using browser(s), graphics card/drivers comes high on my list of suspects (try using only one display to replicate it?).
    I agree with it being graphics or driver related. That would explain my BSOD before I wiped the drive. When I originally replaced my AM3+ chip/board with Ryzen, I didn't bother replacing the SSD. It would boot fully, sit for a few minutes, then get the pci.sys BSOD. I eventually wiped the drive, then started from scratch which ended the BSOD. Something I reinstalled must have caused it to come back!

    Here's a picture of the result of the various bluescreens from my Device Manager. You can see the disabled onboard WIFI, but also the 3 PCI devices that don't install. Not sure what those are, I have 4 PCIE devices attached: graphics card, Parallel port adapter, WIFI card, and IDE adapter. Despite the error in device manager, all of those devices seem to work (haven't checked the parallel card!)
    [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen. TEMP FIX: changed ram speed.-device-manager-jpg

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    Click on one of these and provide hardware ID.

    [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen. TEMP FIX: changed ram speed.-hardwareid1-jpg[7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen. TEMP FIX: changed ram speed.-hardwareid2-jpg[7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen. TEMP FIX: changed ram speed.-hardwareid3-jpg

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by ldeveraux View Post
    I don't know what to do about the "other checks", but my RAM is directly from their QVL and everything is up to date.
    I wrote them to avoid me and others to re-check the checks.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Are your drives (or your system drive) encrypted?
    Are you using a TPM module?

    Asrock suggests (not specifically in your motherboard support webpage, I found this on other models in the past) to disable the encryption in windows and the tpm module in bios settings before the update of the bios.
    I'm not sure you are using a tpm module and you encrypted your system, but I can see from your previous screenshot there's a "security devices" in device manager.
    Then I did 2+2.
    Hence (if I guessed right): did you disable encryption and disable TPM before the bios update?
    Did you reboot the system and then reboot to bios to "load optimized defaults" ? ("load UEFI defaults", in your manual)

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Are your drives (or your system drive) encrypted?
    Are you using a TPM module?

    Asrock suggests (not specifically in your motherboard support webpage, I found this on other models in the past) to disable the encryption in windows and the tpm module in bios settings before the update of the bios.
    I'm not sure you are using a tpm module and you encrypted your system, but I can see from your previous screenshot there's a "security devices" in device manager.
    Then I did 2+2.
    Hence (if I guessed right): did you disable encryption and disable TPM before the bios update?
    Did you reboot the system and then reboot to bios to "load optimized defaults" ? ("load UEFI defaults", in your manual)
    I don't believe my drive is encrypted, I don't have bitlocker or anything. I pretty much installed everything off the driver package when I installed my chip/board, maybe this was included? Here's an expanded picture of the Security Devices!
    [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen. TEMP FIX: changed ram speed.-devman-jpg

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by ldeveraux View Post
    I pretty much installed everything off the driver package when I installed my chip/board, maybe this was included?
    Do you intend this download from your MB webpage? --> AMD all in 1 driver ver: 16.50.2601


    Details about PSP (from amd.com):
    AMD Secure Processor (formerly “Platform Security Processor” or “PSP”) is a dedicated processor that features ARM TrustZone® technology, along with a software-based Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) designed to enable third-party trusted applications. AMD Secure Processor is a hardware-based technology which enables secure boot up from BIOS level into the TEE. Trusted third-party applications are able to leverage industry-standard APIs to take advantage of the TEE’s secure execution environment. Not all applications utilize the TEE’s security features. AMD Secure Processor is currently only available on select AMD A-Series and AMD E-Series APUs.
    It should be something like intel ME technology.
    It seems those three objects not installed in device manager depend from it.
    Are you using UEFI?
    Did you install the OS in the old manner and therefore your partitions are not GPT? (it seems you are using the legacy bios boot, MBR, from the logs)
    I think you can disable both secure boot and PSP in your bios settings, and those problems should probably disappear...
    But let's wait others' opinions.
    Last edited by xilolee; 12-30-2017 at 07:55 AM.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ldeveraux View Post
    I pretty much installed everything off the driver package when I installed my chip/board, maybe this was included?
    Do you intend this download from your MB webpage? --> AMD all in 1 driver ver: 16.50.2601


    Details about PSP (from amd.com):
    AMD Secure Processor (formerly “Platform Security Processor” or “PSP”) is a dedicated processor that features ARM TrustZone® technology, along with a software-based Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) designed to enable third-party trusted applications. AMD Secure Processor is a hardware-based technology which enables secure boot up from BIOS level into the TEE. Trusted third-party applications are able to leverage industry-standard APIs to take advantage of the TEE’s secure execution environment. Not all applications utilize the TEE’s security features. AMD Secure Processor is currently only available on select AMD A-Series and AMD E-Series APUs.
    It should be something like intel ME technology.
    It seems those three objects not installed in device manager depend from it.
    Are you using UEFI?
    Did you install the OS in the old manner and therefore your partitions are not GPT? (it seems you are using the legacy bios boot, MBR, from the logs)
    I think you can disable both secure boot and PSP in your bios settings, and those problems should probably disappear...
    But let's wait others' opinions.
    This is very interesting, thank you! I believe that when I installed Windows 7, I initially used that "all in 1" package from ASRock's page to install devices. Then once booted, I downloaded AMD's full package and updated everything from there. My Motherboard (ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac) does support UEFI, which I've been using. I honestly didn't know about the differences between GPT and MBR, so I just installed Win7 in the default fashion. I've just converted my main boot drive to GPT, so we'll see if that has any difference.

    I'm not 100% positive how to disable secure boot and PSP in UEFI. Are they just settings I can toggle? I'm familiar with UEFI of course, just not these settings in particular.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    I disabled and enabled "secure boot" (and CSM module) a certain number of times, but I don't have special settings for it.
    Therefore, it should be safe to toggle it on/off, if you didn't setup anything special for it.
    I'm not sure about PSP and I can't remember if I have that option in my BIOS, but I don't see it in my device manager.
    Therefore it shouldn't even be in my bios settings.

    As you can see (from my system specs), I'm using ASROCK FM2A88M Pro3+ and AMD APU A10-7800.

    My bios allows to save my preferred settings and to load them as they were defaults.
    You can save your current settings and change those settings mentioned above: if your system won't like them, you can re-load your previous settings.
    Last edited by xilolee; 12-30-2017 at 09:18 AM.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    I disabled and enabled "secure boot" (and CSM module) a certain number of times, but I don't have special settings for it.
    Therefore, it should be safe to toggle it on/off, if you didn't setup anything special for it.
    I'm not sure about PSP and I can't remember if I have that option in my BIOS, but I don't see it in my device manager.
    Therefore it shouldn't even be in my bios settings.

    As you can see (from my system specs), I'm using ASROCK FM2A88M Pro3+ and AMD APU A10-7800.

    My bios allows to save my preferred settings and to load them as they were defaults.
    You can save your current settings and change those settings mentioned above: if your system won't like them, you can re-load your previous settings.
    I was able to disable PSP in BIOS, with no change to the PCI Devices. Every time I disabled CSM (it was enabled to Legacy mode), my computer would freeze on the four colored Windows 7 icon at boot. So everything would post, Windows wouldn't load.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    I.e., did you leave CSM on and secure boot (if available) off?

    Try to install latest chipset drivers:

    AMD Chipset Drivers (click)
    AMD RAID Driver and RAIDXpert Utility (click)

    The first one supports 7th Generation AMD A-Series Processors, AMD Ryzen desktop processor, AMD Ryzen Threadripper Processor​, AMD Ryzen Threadripper AMD X399 Chipset​.
    The second one supports AMD Ryzen desktop processor and AMD Ryzen Threadripper AMD X399 Chipset​.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    I.e., did you leave CSM on and secure boot (if available) off?

    Try to install latest chipset drivers:

    AMD Chipset Drivers (click)
    AMD RAID Driver and RAIDXpert Utility (click)

    The first one supports 7th Generation AMD A-Series Processors, AMD Ryzen desktop processor, AMD Ryzen Threadripper Processor​, AMD Ryzen Threadripper AMD X399 Chipset​.
    The second one supports AMD Ryzen desktop processor and AMD Ryzen Threadripper AMD X399 Chipset​.
    I left it exactly like I said in the previous post.

    I installed the latest Chipset drivers successfully, but the RAID drivers say "no eligable components are found to install"

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    I found two of those drivers you show in ms update catalog: Microsoft Update Catalog
    Maybe it could be sufficient to right-click on those items and click update driver - search automatically (and later, always in the same window, if it doesn't find nothing, search on windows update).

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    I found two of those drivers you show in ms update catalog: Microsoft Update Catalog
    Maybe it could be sufficient to right-click on those items and click update driver - search automatically (and later, always in the same window, if it doesn't find nothing, search on windows update).
    After reboot, those unknown devices are no longer present. I don't know what/where they went, but I suppose the drivers installed correctly. Was it the updated chipset package that did it??

    I forgot to answer your previous question too. I left CSM enabled in UEFI. I disabled Trusted Computing > Security Device Support, not sure if that's the same as Secure Boot...

    Also, I hadn't had a BSOD the past day, even after a heavy dose of Spotify.

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Maybe secure boot doesn't appear at all in OSs before W8.
    Therefore, to summarize, in your BIOS you have now these settings: CSM enabled, PSP disabled, Security Device Support disabled, RAM speed 2400.
    Is this correct?

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    Re: [7SP1 x64] BSOD on Ryzen Desktop. FIX: CHANGED MEMORY SPEED

    Quote Originally Posted by xilolee View Post
    Maybe secure boot doesn't appear at all in OSs before W8.
    Therefore, to summarize, in your BIOS you have now these settings: CSM enabled, PSP disabled, Security Device Support disabled, RAM speed 2400.
    Is this correct?
    I don't have a setting for PSP, as it's just been authorized for AMD UEFI, and I don't have a new BIOS update for my X370. But the 3 other settings you mentioned are correct.

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