[PCIExpress - PCI] in BIOS gives me BSOD.

Dell St2320l 23-inch widescreen flat pan...
February 21, 2013 at 02:44:07
Specs: Windows XP, AMD
I always wonder why does my computer always getting a BSOD if my BIOS has this option..while my other CPU which is also the same with this spec never gave me a problem.. and it doesnt have PCIExpress option in BIOS under chipset settings.. but they are both the same with the MOBO and Video card..is there any way that i could remove this option in BIOS?what should i do.. how can i stop my computer from being crashed and Frequent BSOD??

EMX-MCP61M2-iCafe DDR3 board (BLUEBOARD)
Nvidia Geforce 9500GT 1024M DDR2 128B CRT DVI (video card)
Kingston KVR/2G memory
AMd athlon X2 dual core processor
Windows XP SP3
ST500DM02 Hard drive

and here is the screenshot for my CPU that gives me BSOD:


And here's the screenshot my CPU that doesnt have PCIExpress in Bios:


i really need your help guys.. pls..... thankz alot/...:)

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February 21, 2013 at 05:22:42
A CPU is a chip that fits in a socket on the motherboard. THIS is a CPU.

Please post the info from the BSOD, that's what we need to know.

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February 21, 2013 at 05:35:18
Your description need clarification.
PCIExpress or PCIe is the port on the motherboard that your "Nvidia Geforce 9500GT 1024M DDR2 128B CRT DVI (video card)" is plugged into. If the other computer is running with the video card also, then it has to have the PCIe port and therefore the list of it in the BIOS.
Please keep the terminology straight and try explaining it better. Include all details. If it is a manufactured system, include the make and model number.

Your two systems if the same, apparently have different BIOS versions (I just looked at the images), but this does not mean that it has anything to do with the problem you have so leave out the assumptions and explain everything and include details.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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February 21, 2013 at 07:57:53
to Mr. Fingers

1st i would like to say thank you..

i thought it was because of BIOS settings.. because my other system doesnt give me BSOD and they are both DDR3.. sorry if i wasnt able to POST all the details..

stop error: 0x000000024 (0x001902FE, 0xB84E3638, 0xB84E3334, 0xB7D2D4DE)

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February 21, 2013 at 14:12:56

It would seem that your problem is related to the hard disk.


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February 22, 2013 at 08:00:36

I scan my Hard disk with Hdd REgenerator..and it has no Bad sector and even delays.. but it ticks when booting up to windows.. and then it will hang.. and after that BSOD.. i update my video card yesterday with Nvidia's latest Garphics card driver.. but then it stocks during installation and BSOD again..

pls..help me.. :(

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February 22, 2013 at 09:42:55
Hdd Regenerator checks the hard ware.

The link i posted tell you to do a chkdsk which checks the file system which a hardware checker like HDD regenerator does not do.

Ticking during boot up is a good sign that the system is having problems finding something.

You need to run Chkdsk from the recovery console.


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February 22, 2013 at 10:02:31
Ok Mr. Stuart.. thanks..

what about in my BIOS?? is there anyway to disable the Primary Graphics Adapter [PCIExpress ->PCI in my Bios???

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February 22, 2013 at 10:54:58
I dont think you BIOS is the problem. If the file system is corrupted, and the error code would indicate that, no amount of fiddling with the BIOS is going to do any good.

Besides, if you get far enough to see a blue screen, the graphics are probably working perfectly.


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February 22, 2013 at 11:15:13
i dont think the only problem is my graphics card.. bcoz the BSOD reports diff. kinds of errors.. i will try to run recovery console now.. thanks alot for the help.. ill post the result after performing it.. thanks alot..

sorry for my english..

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