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16 Apr 2012  

windows 7 ultimate x64
Random frequent BSOD's - memory related

In the last few days I'm getting lots of BSOD's.
Sometimes it's after an hour or so, and sometimes it's right when the computer starts.
Each time the message on the BSOD is different, but they are all seems to be related to memory issues.

However, I have ruled out physical memory issues:
No errors found on memtest.
I have two memory chips, I have got the BSOD with either one of them.

I have also ruled out heating issues:
The computer is not hot.
I let it cool down, put it on right next to my airconditioner, and yet I got a BSOD right away.

I have tried reinstalling my drivers.

My intuition says that it's a fault driver that's causing memory overflow, but I can't prove that.

Dump files are attached.
I couldn't get the system health report, I keep getting an error: "The wait for the report generation tool to finish has timed out"

My laptop is Samsung NP305E5A-A01US.

I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
This is not the original OS that came with my laptop.
This is a retail version.
Both hardware and OS are about 6 month old.

I will really appreciate any help.
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