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Windows 7: BSOD's = ;_; halp?


09 Feb 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit (Upgrade)
 
 
BSOD's = ;_; halp?

Hello there SevenForums! Long time reader here for fixing many bugs, but first time poster because I can just NOT solve this Bluescreening problem I've been having for the past month or two.

Lets start off with basic system info:

Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade Version 64bit
Hitachi 500GB Internal HDD
8gigs Corsair XMS DDR3 RAM
Radeon HD 6870
AMD 1075T 6-core Processor
750w PSU


Making a pretty long and tedious story short; Bluescreens > Me. Bluescreens And/Or Freezes (along with video drivers failing and recovering temporarily) have taken over my daily computing life. These BSOD's will occur 110% randomly; anywhere from 3 seconds after pressing the power button to 5 hours of continuous gameplay.

Honestly, I haven't discovered any rhyme nor reason behind the patterns to creating one of my BSOD's. I've done lots of replacing/upgrading/updating to my software and hardware, all to no avail to fix this issue. (Details may be provided upon further requesting.)

I'm hoping the Minidump-Reading-Masters can hopefully shed some light on how to solve this issue and make this ever-frail heart trusting in technology once more!

Attached is the file as instructed by the initial sticky in this forum section.


Edit: Oh, and these are the only 5 minidumps I currently possess at the moment. In the process of solving this disaster, my hard drive took the fall and its Master File Table got corrupted. All files/folders/programs previously owned were lost. It was salvaged not even 2 days ago with a fresh new life, yet the BSOD's continued to take it over. These minidumps are all I've captured since then.

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09 Feb 2011   #2

Win 7 Pro x64 SP1 OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.7
 
 

Hello Zongo and welcome to SF,

I would start off by removing all programs from ASUS (e.g: ASUS Probe, ASUS Update) as they are known to cause BSOD on Windows 7 Systems.

Next, update this driver.....
Quote:
AtiPcie.sys Wed May 06 03:00:22 2009 - ATI PCIe Chipset/Motherboard
Global Provider of Innovative Graphics, Processors and Media Solutions | AMD
What devices do you plug into the USB port?
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09 Feb 2011   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit (Upgrade)
 
 

Hey there Dean, and thanks.

I have 3 items plugged into my USB's:

Dynex Optical Mouse
Logitech HD Webcam C310
Razer Lycosa Keyboard (Occupies 2 USB slots simultaneously)
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15 Feb 2011   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit (Upgrade)
 
 

Ok, so after a long trek down the ever-winding yellow brick road, I'm still no further than where i started.

First off, my new Western Digital 500GB Caviar Black drive came in, I copied my original Hitachi onto the new drive, then partitioned my new drive to a 150gb/350gb separation. Nothing is on the 350gb partition as of yet. The old hitachi is being used as a back-up drive (which im extremely thankful for!)

After scouring the forums here for a while I discovered the DriverEasy tool. I ran that, updated all my drivers to where the program says nothing is out of date.

Another solution technique discovered was to run the Verifier program in windows and select all the non-windows drivers (except for the two specified in the designated tutorial page.) This was all fine and dandy, except when i got past the windows logo while rebooting, there was an instant bluescreen, every time. Running system startup repair during this stage would only take me to another black screen specifying that I couldn't boot because certain drivers were inaccessable. (There was also a code-defined error..... im "thinking" it was 0xc0f, but im not too sure from memory.)
Pressing F8 at the POST in this stage would only revert me back to the page i would have seen regardless if i hadn't pressed F8. (2 Option page: Launch startup repair, or Start Windows Normally.) The only way I could revert my computer back to its state before running Verifier was via the Windows 7 disc or running the backup utility from my now-external Hitachi drive.


Those are the steps I have tried so far, or as much as I can recall for right now. Included in the attachment is my latest 9 minidump files that have been (successfully) collected in the process of the above. All of these (or most, anyways) minidumps are taken from after updating all my drivers via drivereasy.

Has anything changed? :\
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