Thread: Random BSODs
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24 Jun 2010  

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mvbozkurt View Post
I'm getting random BSODs which are somewhat caused by different system files ntr..exe, usbhub.sys now tcip.sys and stpd.sys. I tested memory using latest memtest 5hrs no problems. So I can not figure out what is the issue here. I even tried debugging mode to find the cause of the issue I could not login to win 7 (x64) due to constant BSODs. Can you take a look at the dumps and tell me what might be wrong here. Thx
mybozkurt hi and welcome

I analyzed the 5 most recent dmp's and you have several different causes for them. First sptd.sys (used by daemon tools and alcohol is always problematic. I recommend its removal.

Second, since there are several other causes I would have to think there is a hardware problem of some sort. Use these instructions to find out what it means and what to try.

Finally, if you are overclocking, or undervolting, I suggest you revert back to default values if even just to test.

Let us know if you need assistance

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