Thread: bccode: 117
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Old 08-17-08, 10:13 PM   #1
12axing
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Default bccode: 117

Just came home from my holyday, and after 12 hours running my pc, it crashed with a bsod (before, bsod had only occurred occasionally during shutting down the system after a long session, but not during idling). Some hours after installing the newest drivers, colorful random pixels covered my screen, and again a bsod popped up, with the following information printed on it:

BCCode: 117
BCP1: A22F5510
BCP2: 8E8155C0
BCP3: 00000000
BCP4: 00000000
OS Version: 6_0_6001
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

Then I restarted the system. The display remained black, althought the noise of the hard drive indicated that the pc was booting. Only taking the card out of the slot, and reinstalling the card helped. For god sake, my pc has been running fine since reinstalling my graphic card.

OS: Windows Vista 32 bit, Service pack 1
board: asus striker II formula, nforce 780i sli
cpu: intel core2quad q6600 , 2.4 ghz
ram: DDR2-RAM KIT 2,048 GB, PC2-1066 MHz, CL5, CORSAIR Dominator Series, EPP
gpu: evga geforce gtx 280
hdd: samsung sataII 500 gb T166 16MB 7200
dvd: dvd-+R/-+RW SATA LG GH20NS, bulk
power supply: be quiet! e5-550W-2.2 straight power bqt
chassis: miditower cooler master stacker rc-832, atx

But I am afraid that this might not be the cure to those errors. Half a year ago, I had exactly the same problem on a different plattform (random pixels all over the display of my XPS 1710M notebook), I had to waste 5 or 6 geforce cards until my system got stable again!!! (If I my notebook have had been out of guarantee, I would have given up after much less tries, as it would have been too pricey) Does anyone have experience with that problem? Using the forums search function, I could only find this thread: http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/show...ght=bccode+117

Edit: Had to reboot the pc another 3 times because of bccode: 117
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