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Windows 7: Daily BSODs

05 Aug 2011   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
Daily BSODs


Been experiencing BSOD. Problem first presented itself after using my computer with my Onkyo receiver with a mini HDMI to HDMI cable to stream Youtube videos on my HDTV. I read that the EVGA 400 series cards are not user friendly with win 7 with regard to the audio parts of the Nvidia drivers. I followed all the recommended steps to do a fresh install of the 275 driver without the audio drivers. Disabled the Microsoft audio drivers as instructed for the video card since at least one of them supposedly shares a location resource.

I also currently have EVGA precision 2.1 running on the machine to control the fan speed on the video card. I have also read that precision does not play nice with win 7, but I have run it for over a year without issue. If I have to uninstall precision, I would like to know an alternative to control my video card fan speed, and yes I did try Rivatuner, but it wouldn't install right even with me putting UAC in test mode since the program is not signed properly.

Any help would be appreciated.

AMD 965 Black Phenom II running stock 3.41GHz
Asus M4A78T-E Mobo
EVGA 470GTX Video Card
8GB (2GB x 4) Dominator RAM running stock voltages and clocks CMD8GX3M4A1333C7 w/ cooler
PC Power and Cooling Silencer 750W PSU
Win 7 x64 OEM

Best regards,

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06 Aug 2011   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64
Another BSOD and new dump

Got another one this morning, computer was just on and screen saver was going. Dunp info is attached.
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09 Aug 2011   #3

Windows 7 64b Ultimate

Hello Tsunamiguy74, welcome to SF!

I suspect a lot of your problems to stem from either a toolbar you have running or its dll is infected by malware:
The dll: tbZyn1.dll.
See this MS link: AppCrash in internet Explorer how do I fix???? - Microsoft Answers

Please do a full anti malware scan with your preferred tool. If unsure, try Malwarebytes.

One of your dumps points to a malfunctioning driver: viahduaa.sys
Get your latest from here: VIA Drivers Download - VIA Technologies, Inc.

If these steps don't help we'll need to go to some testing...let us know please.
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