I am not really sure where to post this, but my .dmp files are pointing to a driver
issue, so this is probably as good a place to start as any.
Approx 3 months ago, I purchased the hardware to build a new system, and did my homework first to make sure it would all be compatible. I got all the hardware from the same retailer, got it home, installed everything, and had no issues. I was up and running with windows 7 home premium 32 bit in no time.
A week and a half ago, I was in the middle of playing World of Warcraft, after installing SP1 and other updates, when I started getting BSOD errors from windows. They have all been KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR referencing quite a few different things.
So I did a fresh install of win 7, completely re making and formatting my OS and programs partitions using another OS on another drive to do a long format. I installed everything up to the latest win 7 updates and SP1, my video card drivers
, chipset drivers, lan drivers, and onboard audio drivers.
I was playing wow again for approx 45 minutes, when I got another BSOD. So I rebooted my PC, and ran memtest86 v 4.0 for 6 passes.
failing address 00000100014 - 1.0 MB
Grr bits 00070000
The other 5 passes came back with zero errors, which kind of leads me to a problem with the Bios config. Not at a point where I want to flash it yet though.
Prime95 v 25.11 ran 62 torture tests and came back with zero errors zero warnings.
So the problem is that whenever I am playing wow (haven't had it happen with other games yet) at anytime during normal play on medium settings, I get a BSOD. No other activities have produced a BSOD yet on my system, and I have had zero boot issues or functionality issues as of yet. Most everything is running as usual, no temp increases, performance issues, or failures.
Here is my DX diag and .dmp of the last crash.