|03 May 2011||#1|
BSOD on my brand new Asus laptop
I had 3 of them in about 1 month, i ran memtest for about 8-9 passes and it reported all ok, no errors. The first of them was about some bad driver, the second about an program "conectify", but this one looks kinda strange... i can't figure it out, so maybe you guys can have a look at it.
CPU: i3 350M @ 2260 MHz
RAM: 4GB DDR3 @ 1066 (2x2)
HDD: 500 GB @ 5400 rpm SATA
ViDEO: ATi HD5145 1024 MB
OS: W7 Ultimate x64
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|05 May 2011||#5|
I'm not a fan of OS reinstalling very often, i like to keep my system as clean as possible, that's the reason why i don't install any unnecessary stuff. Also, i have just installed the OS about a month ago, when i got the laptop, so i really don't see the need of reinstalling it that quickly...
On my desk pc, i have the OS running for about 2 years now and it performs excellent for my old rig, check my system specs.
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