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Windows 7: System_Service_Exception

07 Oct 2010   #11

7 Home Premium 64bit

Two drives are in Raid 0 for a 1TB data files. One HD in standard SATA for backup/compression. System drive is a SSD 60gb on SATA. The SSD is a new addition - but the BSOD predate its acquisition. SATA drives are showing wrongly as SCSI on nvidia board.

OCCT PSU test checks out too. With only one vid card and no overclock at all I am sure that I am not even touching what the 750w unit can supply.

I've pulled out the creative X-fi card. Its the SB0770 OEM dell unit that some people have had issues with. Previously windows update took care of it but I am going to try some different drivers - Daniel K X-fi support pack. I used them in Beta as I recall (..had a short break when beta ended and finally bought Win7 retail).

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08 Oct 2010   #12

7 Home Premium 64bit

Okay did some further testing last night. Also update Belkin and Net Extreme drivers.

Completely removed from system (driver sweeper on creative sound too):-

X-fi Sb0770

Teac 200CAB

Both of these items have a questionable win7 support.

I also did some further synthetic testing - multitasking with WMC live play, Firefox on HD you tube video (seperate monitors), malware and antivirus running scans in background. These were the conditions causing the BSODs before. So far so good. Using motherboards onboard sound controller.

I'll stay like this for next few days and see how it goes.

Thanks all for the help - much appreciated.
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