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Windows 7: Win 7 Pro 64 bit BSOD 0x1a

09 Feb 2011   #1
jwill58

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
Win 7 Pro 64 bit BSOD 0x1a

I've been having this problem since I changed to a 64bit sys and upgraded to 8gb RAM. Seems like when Im messing (copy & paste to diff. folder) with video files or watching video files this BSOD keeps happening. Not every time but more than I can stand.The error code is always the same : "0x1a" . I tried installing a new graphics driver...no help.I built this PC myself...I've got a sinking feeling its going to point to bad RAM. Any help from this forum I appreciate so very much ! Thanks ,
John

PS.This PC is about 1 year old. Case is older
PNY GTX275 purchased 6-23-09
WD 1TB hdd purchased 7-23-09
Corsair 850wattPSU : 4-17-09
MSI K9N2 Diamond : 4-01-09
Crucial 4gb DDR2 : 9-20-10
Kingston 4gb DDR2 : predates all other


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09 Feb 2011   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jwill58 View Post
I've been having this problem since I changed to a 64bit sys and upgraded to 8gb RAM. Seems like when Im messing (copy & paste to diff. folder) with video files or watching video files this BSOD keeps happening. Not every time but more than I can stand.The error code is always the same : "0x1a" . I tried installing a new graphics driver...no help.I built this PC myself...I've got a sinking feeling its going to point to bad RAM. Any help from this forum I appreciate so very much ! Thanks ,
John

PS.This PC is about 1 year old. Case is older
PNY GTX275 purchased 6-23-09
WD 1TB hdd purchased 7-23-09
Corsair 850wattPSU : 4-17-09
MSI K9N2 Diamond : 4-01-09
Crucial 4gb DDR2 : 9-20-10
Kingston 4gb DDR2 : predates all other
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