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24 Oct 2010   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 
Dump files attached, would love somebody to look at them for me

Been getting BSOD's lately when playing games, doing motion graphics work, watching movies, etc. Pretty much anything that is graphics intensive. Most of them have been linked to a file called "cdd.dll" and the most recent one (an hour ago) was linked to "tcpip.sys" while some aren't linked to any particular file. On a couple of occasions I was getting video artifacts especially in After Effects before the crash. I'm starting to suspect I have a bad video card.

I ran a Memtest overnight that came back fine. I'm pretty sure my HDD is ok, my PSU is giving consistent voltages. I don't think my CPU is to blame as it runs everything (including blue screens).

For a bit of info I recently did a driver sweeper uninstall of my Nvidia display and PhysX drivers and installed a fresh copy of an older driver (as the newest has been giving me lots of problems). This hasn't done much to solve my problem.

Any ideas?


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25 Oct 2010   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by helpcomputa View Post
Been getting BSOD's lately when playing games, doing motion graphics work, watching movies, etc. Pretty much anything that is graphics intensive. Most of them have been linked to a file called "cdd.dll" and the most recent one (an hour ago) was linked to "tcpip.sys" while some aren't linked to any particular file. On a couple of occasions I was getting video artifacts especially in After Effects before the crash. I'm starting to suspect I have a bad video card.

I ran a Memtest overnight that came back fine. I'm pretty sure my HDD is ok, my PSU is giving consistent voltages. I don't think my CPU is to blame as it runs everything (including blue screens).

For a bit of info I recently did a driver sweeper uninstall of my Nvidia display and PhysX drivers and installed a fresh copy of an older driver (as the newest has been giving me lots of problems). This hasn't done much to solve my problem.

Any ideas?
these were caused by two things. First your networking driver nvm62x32,sys (two years old) and your AVG AV

I would update the network driver and remove AVG and replace with Microsoft security essentials at least to test.

http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/
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