Quote: Originally Posted by smoking84
Hi to all, a few months ago i purchased my PC with all new components including monitor, so since the early days of use i had random BSOD with artifacts on screen and restoration kernel video driver. Often the system crashed and i have to shutdown the computer using the power button.
My components are:
Windows 7 home premium 64-bit full retail (not SP1 installed)
Asus Sabertooth P67
Corsair pro 650 watt
MSI gtx 560 ti oc
Asus Xonar DX
Corsair SSD F120
Western digital green 2TB
Monitor Dell u23111h
i tested the ram with Memtest86+ 6 cycles and no error, i sent the video card to support but it working prefectly, i change the slot PCI but the situation not change. I read other thread and i tested file system with CHKDKS but intact. I not have virus or malware in the system. All component are update to last driver except the video card because i try with last driver 280 and the crash is continuos and the situation worsens dramatically. The bios of motherboard is not update. I used Norton Antivirus 2011 and sometimes also creates BSOD reboot and disabling protection. I very appreciate if someone help me to solve this problem that has tormented me for months and seems to have not solution
I add the report of BSOD with Blue screen view: Attachment 172329
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