I got a BSOD on the 14th (See thread here: http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...entifying.html
) and I have since re-installed my X-Fi Sound Blaster drivers
(sadly the only drivers that work with Windows 7 are in beta), updated my ATI drivers to 11.7 (the most recent), SP1 was already installed and uninstalled speedfan. So I have followed the advice of the two helpful chaps that posted but again today while in League of Legends (at the menu, not in a game) I got another BSOD
So anyway what went wrong this time? And what can I do to avoid future BSODs? If it was the audio driver
again I think I might just have to go back to using my onboard Realtek HD (which just to clarify is disabled in the BIOS to avoid conflict with the X-Fi card).
I have also crashed 3 times today but only got 1 BSOD, so maybe it is more than one thing that causing system instability?
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit Service Pack 1.
Bought as an OEM disk, self built PC so self installed.
All hardware no more than 2 years old counting from out of the factory to now. (everything bought brand new 1 year ago).
Win 7 has been installed once and that was August last year.
System health report and BSOD Dump & System File Collection attached.
Any help appreciated!