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05 Sep 2012  

Windows 7 ultimate x64

here are something you can try

1. get into BIOS and reset all to defaults

2. Please update your windows to SP1.

3. Do a memtest on each RAM at each slot for atleast 6 - 8 passes... This will take some time... so do this overnight before you go to sleep

4. Use this to check the SMART values of you HDD and post a snapshot here

5. Update all the drivers if it has not been done before

There is just one single BSOD that has happened... it could be a one isolated case... if the BSOD keeps repeating.. then use the SF tool and post the files here
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