I have severe eye problems. If I do not respond to your postings, please PM another member for assistance.
While it's possible that a second video card could have defects that would cause the exact same problem - it's not as likely as something else causing the problem (and the video card being good). As I said in my PM, I would next suspect the motherboard - but we'll have to check things out first.
The MSINFO32 file shows numerous different BSOD's. This is usually due to a hardware problem - but can be caused by compatibility issues, low-level driver
corruption, or even malware.
Please rerun the video stress test that previously generated errrors for you (?VMT?) and see if it still generates errors. If it spits out errors similar to before, we'll assume that the video cards are good. The only other way to test the video cards is to stick them in another system (that isn't haveing BSOD's) and see if they work there.
Have you looked at your motherboard to see if anythign looks wrong with it? I'd also check for bad caps: Badcaps.net - How To Identify
Do you have an A=Rock overclocking utility installed (even if you're not using it)? If so, uninstall it as many of these utilities will cause BSOD's.
Uninstall all the system utilities and benchmarking utilities such as AIDA and CPU-Z, etc. They're cluttering up the results and we don't need them right now.
7 memory dumps from 25 Aug to 03 Nov 2011 (2+ months)
3 different BSOD error codes (0x1A, 0x4E, 0x3B)
4 different causes blamed
This is usually due to a hardware problem - but can be caused by compatibility issues, low-level driver corruption, or even malware
Here's some other stuff I'm wondering about
- MalwareBytes AntiMalware appears in the dumps. Although I don't suspect it, please uninstall it to ensure that it's not adversly affecting the results.
- download a fresh copy of the Windows 7 drivers
your your Linksys wireless adapter. Then uninstall the current drivers and install the freshly downloaded one's.
- Please uninstall MagicISO as one of it's drivers dates from 2009. Don't reinstall until we're finished troubleshooting.
- please do the following:
Please do the following:
- download a free antivirus for testing purposes: Free AntiVirus
- uninstall the ESET
from your system (you can reinstall it, if so desired, when we're done troubleshooting)
- remove any remnants of ESET
using this free tool: How do I manually uninstall my Windows ESET security product? - ESET Knowledgebase
install and update the free antivirus, then check to ensure that the Windows Firewall is turned on.
- check to see if this fixes the BSOD's NOTE: NEVER
run more than 1 anti-virus, firewall, Internet Security/Security Center application at the same time.
- I also wonder about your Etron USB 3.0 drivers. Is this a separate card that you can uninstall and remove from the system?
The above stuff is stuff that I'm not accustomed to seeing in memory dump files. This doesn't mean that it's bad - but removing it will eliminate it as a possible cause for the BSOD's.
Good Luck and let us know what happens!