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Windows 7: Please help: x64 Home premium, AMD, RAID 1

05 Jul 2011   #1

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Please help: x64 Home premium, AMD, RAID 1

Hello all. Really hope someone can help me out here before I pull out the remains of my hair

Building a PC for my father in law. I have these:
Antec NSK1380 small form factor case
ASUS M4A78LT-M mATX mainboard
AMD x2 3.1ghz CPU with stock cooler
2x WD 1tb SATA drives in hardware raid 1 config
RA Link RT61 wireless pci card
Built from bare start with Windows 7 HP 64 bit.
Canon MX340 Printer (I included this I have a gut feel it is involved)

I have installed latest drivers from manufacturer site for display, sound and WLAN card.

I'm seeing random BSOD, of ten+ reboots in the last few days, twice this has happened at precisely the time the machine was trying to print to the wifi printer. I have since removed that in devices and printers and installed it on USB instead.

I've attached the files as detailed in the how to. Would be hugely grateful if anyone can pick through the bones and point me in the right direction.

Many, many thanks

* I've noticed there are only five *.dmp files in the minidump folder. Clearly this machine is not capturing them all. It has reset once or twice with just a corrupt display and stuck audio, no blue screen.

Edit - since posting I have checked bios revision is current (yes) and the ATK0110 ASACPI.sys file is current (yes). That's probably all in the attached files but I'm not up to much at reading them.

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05 Jul 2011   #2

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Just to attach the most recent .dmp file. I have been trying to understand what these are telling me, and have installed the debugger. The common theme through the text parts !analyze displays seems to suggest my problem is likely a bad driver or potentially a memory leak, but I'm all at sea about how to find which
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06 Jul 2011   #3

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Have I not included sufficient detail on this thread? Would really appreciate some pointers, thanks.
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11 Jul 2011   #4

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And another. They all claim to be a
of some kind or another. Can anyone help me find which driver/s ?
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12 Jul 2011   #5

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And a couple more.
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21 Jul 2011   #6

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Well it turns out it was a bad northbridge heatsink.
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