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Windows 7: Laptop BSOD when plugged. No BSOD when unplugged


16 May 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 
Laptop BSOD when plugged. No BSOD when unplugged

Hi guys, I have a very annoying problem here. As per the title, every time I plug my laptop, there will always be a BSOD error. It's random from IRQL not less or equal error to no error code at all. But when I'm running on battery power, the BSODs go away.

Since there are tons of BSODs I received, I mean a lot, I'll be posting this thread then be uploading the BSODs in a minute or so.


Here are my laptop specs:
ASUS K42jc-VX167
HDD: 320 GB SATA
HDD Paritions: 2
RAM: 2GB DDR3
VRAM: 1GB Nvidia 310m CUDA

Intel Core i5 M460@2.53 GHz turbo upto 2.8GHz
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit



P.S. Oh, if this would help, when my dad bought the laptop, we opted to use a 30-day trial Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, then later used an activator on it. It was fine, but my dad forgot to turn off the updates, so, OS was detected as "not genuine" and had the dreaded black desktop background with the "This is not a genuine copy of windows tattoo" at the bottom right. I then used the REMOVEWAT to get rid of the nuisance and plan to format the machine later on since I'm very bust with stuff. But for now, I want to get rid of the random BSODs. Thanks!


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16 May 2011   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by digiknowzone View Post
Hi guys, I have a very annoying problem here. As per the title, every time I plug my laptop, there will always be a BSOD error. It's random from IRQL not less or equal error to no error code at all. But when I'm running on battery power, the BSODs go away.

Since there are tons of BSODs I received, I mean a lot, I'll be posting this thread then be uploading the BSODs in a minute or so.


Here are my laptop specs:
ASUS K42jc-VX167
HDD: 320 GB SATA
HDD Paritions: 2
RAM: 2GB DDR3
VRAM: 1GB Nvidia 310m CUDA

Intel Core i5 M460@2.53 GHz turbo upto 2.8GHz
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit



P.S. Oh, if this would help, when my dad bought the laptop, we opted to use a 30-day trial Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, then later used an activator on it. It was fine, but my dad forgot to turn off the updates, so, OS was detected as "not genuine" and had the dreaded black desktop background with the "This is not a genuine copy of windows tattoo" at the bottom right. I then used the REMOVEWAT to get rid of the nuisance and plan to format the machine later on since I'm very bust with stuff. But for now, I want to get rid of the random BSODs. Thanks!
I am sorry but till your system is genuine we cant help you as per site rules
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 Laptop BSOD when plugged. No BSOD when unplugged




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