Will the motherboard be able to keep up. I did notice the BIOS vers , does it have anything to do with an outdated driver? Click on the links below to search with Google for updates for these drivers: Its also causing my drives to want to be checked every so many reboots aswell. This seems to have fixed the JMicron problem and Win7 seems to be completely stable on my system now! I removed jraid as per below.
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This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem. See crash dump file below.
Nonetheless it’s suggested you look for updates for the products that these drivers belong to and regularly visit Windows update or enable automatic updates for Windows. I’m experiencing this exact same problem on the Windows 7 RC1 bit release. Jan 17, Messages: Nov 17, Messages: I know max a pcie input can do is either or mbs Now will the raid configurations on the motherboard be able to handle that. Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations.
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Sunday, May 17, Jmb336x only SATA external controllers I know who “claim” to work with windows 7, and have current drivers, are filthy expensive. Your name or email address: W10 unmountable bsod ALemOct 24,in forum: Now I know a dedicted raid card cant handle that speed will a Motherboard be able to handle it?
So a quick recap. Forums Posts Latest Posts. You are logged in as. The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Tuesday, May 19, 8: If so can you please help me work out what I need to do next.
JimjimjoeDec 2,in forum: Will the motherboard be able to keep up. I will try to disconnect my DVD rom for a time and see if it solves the issue. Click here to join today! BSoDs levannakOct 27,in forum: It seems like the Jmmb36x is not giving the drive long enough to spin up before it goes for the data.
Hope this helps anyone that gets the dreaded BSOD without a boot disk and can’t reach safe mode. I have exactly the same issue. What the heck is Jmicron jmb36x and what does it do and do I need to install the drivers I do have a raid system 2. A quick follow up to my post above. It states raid but I dont have it installed and my raid is running fine.
Join overother people just like you! Hi Ron Appreciate your reply. From what I understand, it’s your old hardware that needs the JMicron driver.
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