|10 Sep 2010||#1|
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BSOD's everyday *Solved*
Hello, I've had my CyberpowerPC since February and have no problems with it aside from some motherboard sound driver conflicts when I first got it. For the last month now I've been getting BSOD screens 1-5 times a day. They've been happening primarily while gaming, but I've had it happen a couple of times when not doing anything with it at all.
I've tried disabling Windows updates, and even uninstalled several months of past updates after seeing that some people had solved their issues by doing that. I also purchased new RAM thinking a failed stick could have been the culprit. These steps have not stopped the problem at all unfortunately.
Thank you for reading my post, and I would appreciate any help or suggestions to solve this issue. My PC specs are below and attached is the .zip file as instructed by jcgriff2.
EDIT: My Mobo's Ram slot turned out to be the culprit. I switched from using 2x2g cards to a single 4G card so I bypass the troublesome Ram slot. (it was less painful then replacing the whole Mobo) No BSOD's for several days now even running multiple apps while gaming.
System Manufacturer/Model Number
CYBERPOWERPC|GAMER ULTRA 7215 RT
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
AMD Athelon II X2 245 2.90Ghz
Asus M4A78LT-M LE
CorsairXMS3 DDR3 PC1600 2X2Gb
NVIDIA GeForce GT 220
|My System Specs|
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