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Windows 7: BSOD Win7 Pro 64bit - ntoskrnl.exe??

13 Dec 2010   #31

Windows 7 Pro 64bit

Hi again,

I bought new mem sticks (this time listed in Gigabyte RAM Compatiibility list). And still got BSODs. But this time PFN_LIST_CORRUPT - while working with Open Office Calc and second while using Firefox.

Once more, please look at this dump reps and tell me if any of drivers need to be updated or may cause problems.

All dumps from 10 december 2010 are with new ram installed, so only them are up-to-date.

New issue:
I've installed some new dtivers (from gigabyte and AMD site) - SB, Graphics, audio, LAN, USB3.0 (last is new instatation, not update).
And I've got some BSODs. But the issue is that when I ran Windows Experience Index (WEI) I got BSOD - BAD POOL HEADER. So some driver issue. Please tell me which one.

I've also updated BIOS from F6 to F7.

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