Over a year and a half ago I had a similar issue setting up
my win7 ultimate 32 AND 64 bit 12 core system...ssd, etc., etc.
Specially the connection, crashing, and access stuff with ie9..
Here is my assistance with others in regards to the delima..
Possibly some info there may help you..
SPECIALLY about sharing the links between 32 and 64 bit..
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I had the EXACT SAME problem... Freeze and could not do games, work, browse, surf or run anything..
I tried EVERYTHING on all these pages TWICE and stuff from ALL over the net.. FINALLY I found a cure..
Although I checked, re-checked, and even visited all the manufacture's sites and
even got the same answers at Window's update where I was ASSURED all my drivers were " up to date"..
Anyways, I downloaded "" slimdrivers "" ( from http://www.slimwareutilities.com/
that I got from the MajorGeeks site/domain.. ( http://majorgeeks.com/
I was SHOCKED to find my that ( among NUMEROUS other stuff ) my pci slots, and a BUNCH of other drivers that I was told were good..
were either outdated or not SPECIFIC for win 7 64
..!! The software is free and pretty clean..
ONLY " con " is that when you get the software it wants to instal Yahoo crap
( i.e. toolbar and search to your browser ) and you got to delete it..!!
( do THAT AFTER you run the slimdriver program ) They want you to " register " but what the hell..
the software is FREE.. it WORKS, and a LOT of headaches and hassles now gone...!!
I have monkeyed in my BIOS, installed, reinstalled, deleted, added, edited registry,
restored and almost took a hammer to my machine.. I had just about given up....
But finally (as by this time I was willing to try ANYthing )
I now see that it IS a driver problem and NOT Win 7 64..
Hope this works for all yous..
May the God of your choice smile upon you and yours,
Take Care Stay Safe..
\\- SoldierByte -//
Note: MotherBoard is GIGABYTE G1.Guerrilla
Chipset is IntelCore i7-990X Gulftown 6x32 + 6x32 + 6x256 + 12M
I'm running with: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) Build 7601 ( SP1)
24 GB RAM Graphics are EVGA e-GeForce GTX 590 nVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 (GF110)
TWO dual Cards meaning FOUR PHYSICAL cards so I actually have 6 more GB of dedicated graphics memory..
utilizing PCIe v2.0 x16 (2.5 Gb/s) @ x16 (2.5 Gb/s) ............. Good Luck.. \\- SB -//
<<< ------------------- UPDATE ------------------- >>>
My crashing ( monm dsod), " freezing non-responsive " , no connecting,
etc., etc., etc.. problems started
approximately a month after original set-up of my computer system..
I instituted the above post solution 24 hours prior to
THAT ( the above ) post...
Since then I have run EXTENSIVE testing to
ascertain the problem HAS BEEN resolved..
I have had my computer on CONTINUOUSLY since
prior posting with NUMEROUS HARD and soft reboots..
I have done countless stress testing
both on CPU and GPU...
I have had NO FURTHER problems...
EVERYTHING works fine....
I am through testing and am now outta this forum..
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of yous need me... Ya know how to contact me..
Take Care & Stay Safe....
\\\ -- SoldierByte -- //Solving the problem
..... Here is a quick fix for the computer illiterate..
( the problem lies within the dll's that are shared between both the 32bit and 64bit modes
Since modifying ANYthing within the dll files is both extremely difficult and dangerous..
Do the following.... Go to control panel.. Go to device manager..
now UNINSTALL your ( ALL of em )) graphics adapter ( s ).. ( NOT disable... UNINSTALL..!! )
now close all windows.. Turn off computer...
now re-start computer ( hard re-boot ) go into SAFE MODE ( pressing F-8 during BIOS )
again.. control panel.. device manager.. and choose Graphics Adapter.. and choose INSTAL ( for all of em )
when done now again close all windows...
SHUT DOWN computer .... NOW...
Start computer ( hard re-boot ) and just start Windows normally and access your account as you generally would.. What you have done is gotten rid of the old corrupted dll's and sharing links by providing brand new link
To ascertain the validity and stability of the GPU in both 32 and 64 bit mode
you can run a registry scan and clean out the old crap....
All should work fine....
Yous all Take care Stay Safe...
\\-- SoldierByte --//
As I explained previously..
the problem lies with SHARED dll's being corrupted
MY freeze and hang-up occurrences have
been resolved by COMPLETELY uninstalling
the said drivers
while in normal mode
( 64 bit )...
then REINSTALLING in safe mode
( 32 bit )..
Updating drivers and such has shown no occurrence..
Hope this is helpful to others..
\\\-- SoldierByte --///
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-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=Maybe this will save you frustration, time, aggravation, and hell..!!
I hope I have been able to help..