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Windows 7: System instability, with BSOD

13 Sep 2011   #31
Luke T

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MvdB View Post
My pleasure! Did you put the exact same drivers back or did you let it install new?
Windows couldn't find the drivers, so I just pulled them out of the trash. I'll definitely let you know if there are more troubles in the future.


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10 Nov 2011   #32
Luke T

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
 
 

After 2+ months of stability, I have gotten 3 blue screens today (minidumps attached). My system specs are the same as when I opened this thread, so I think anyone can just refer back to those.

I strongly suspect that this issue is being triggered by the machine being physically moved. This issue first cropped up this August, immediately after I shipped the machine to another city for a visit. It went away, possibly because of things I tried, possibly not (see earlier in this thread), then reappeared after I shipped my machine back home. It seemingly got resolved again then, until today, when I unplugged all peripherals, opened the case, and moved the machine so that I could blow out dust. It seems that physical stress is either directly the cause, or that unplugging/replugging the peripherals is the issue. I have no other ideas. Please help!
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