The ThrottleStop Guide

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by unclewebb, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. 6.|THE|1|BOSS|.9

    6.|THE|1|BOSS|.9 Notebook Evangelist

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    Have you tried this one from this link? :)
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/the-throttlestop-guide.531329/page-887#post-10798787

    Regarding your BSODs well.. have you tried use your laptop without undervolt? If no more BSODs then you need to use less undervolt to be stable :)

    Related to DPTF.. you must remove or delete those dell drivers.. OEM will ALWAYS provide $hity driver with outdated drivers that causes alot of issues including the most common thing ---> [BSOD] :)

    Download & Install DPTF 8.5 after removing your previous drivers and then apply my DPTF reg fix that I mentioned above ;)
     
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    judal57 Notebook Deity

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    @unclewebb i am having this problem since today
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    i also tried with a new throllestop and is the same
     
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    unclewebb ThrottleStop Author

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    What version of Windows are you using and are you using Windows Defender?
     
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    and yes, i am using windows defender
     
  5. unclewebb

    unclewebb ThrottleStop Author

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    I do not run Windows Defender and I never, ever have a problem with the WinRing0 driver going missing. I am having no issues running ThrottleStop on Windows 10 Build 17134.286.

    Try running OpenHardwareMonitor.

    https://openhardwaremonitor.org/

    While OHM is running, try starting up ThrottleStop. Both programs use the WinRing0 driver but OHM has the driver hidden in another file so it sneaks under the radar without Defender having a fit. This trick usually allows ThrottleStop to start up.

    Have you recently tried using any GPU overclocking software? Some of these programs also use the WinRing0 driver. Try using Autoruns to hunt down the WinRing0 driver. Delete it and then start ThrottleStop to see if it can reinstall it.

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    Yes i did double check. I checked the values with HWINFO and AIDA and i did TS Bench too. Without the "RwDrv" i cant change it from the default values.
     
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    Opening TS after OpenHardwareMonitor Fix it, now is fully working :D
     
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    unclewebb ThrottleStop Author

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    @judal57 - Just curious. After you exit TS and exit OpenHardwareMonitor, can you restart ThrottleStop without needing to run OpenHardwareMonitor or do you always need to run OpenHardwareMonitor to get ThrottleStop to start now?

    @UNFORSWEATABLE - If you do some TS Bench or Prime95 testing, why not post some pics of your results? There is no way that I can fix things when problems are not fully documented. Sometimes the problem is simply how a user has ThrottleStop set up. Without the Disable and Lock feature selected, it would be great to see a picture of TS with the TPL window open while running the TS Bench with Intel XTU uninstalled.

    The more info the better. I like log files too.
     
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    @unclewebb after runing OpenHardwareMonitor, i can restart and open TS without problems. i dont need to run OpenHM anymore. is starting with windows like always THANKS

    edit: and yes, i am using gpu overclocking too. a gtx 1080ti at 2050mhz
    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/28742647?
     
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    When running ts bench i get errors. What does that indicate? Awesome to read the DPFT info.
     
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