|09 Oct 2010||#1|
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BSOD continues after Reinstalls.
This is my first post looking for help so sorry if I forget to add somethings.
I recently (within the last two weeks) rebuilt my computer and upgraded a bunch of stuff. All of the stuff is compatible on the hardware side.
The following paragraph is no longer true as of 1:31 am after booting up WoW. (The first problem I had was getting a 0a error. I am pretty sure I have fixed this though by updating my mobos bios to the most recent release (803). I say this because it hasn't happened again.)
The two other crashes I get a lot are d1 and e1 errors and I have no idea how to fix this. I have run the windows mem check 3 times and every time it says there are no issues and the OS recognizes all 8gb. Also I've tried looking up stuff on the windows 7 support side but that seems mostly nonexistent so far. I have also run a 7.5 hr torture test using prime95 and nothing came up wrong from that.
If anyone has any ideas or can tell me what other info I need to provide to get help please respond.
Edit: After my 1e crash at 9:35 pm I got a 24 crash at 11:48 pm.
Edit 2: Attachment 103496 Dump files.
Edit 3: Attachment 103498 Updated dump files.
Edit 4: Attachment 103657 Updated dump files 5:50pm edt.
OS - Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
CPU - AMD Phenom II x6 1055T
Motherboard -Asus M4N98TD EVO
Memory - 8gb PNY 1333 clockspeed
Graphics Card(s) - Evga GTX460
Sound Card - Sound blaster live 24bit
Monitor(s) Displays - Samsung P2250
Hard Drives - WD Caviar Green 1.5TB
PSU - Corsair 650TX
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