|18 Sep 2011||#1|
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BSOD debugging - ntkrnlmp.exe Seems to be any time I play games.
Edit: i cant edit the thread title but it is: "ntOskrnl.exe" that is giving a problem according to Blue screen view, sorry for the misspelling.
Okay so the PC is brand spanking new, literally less than a week old. (3-4 weeks if you count assembly/shipping time. I've checked all connections, everything is seated properly but I keep getting BSOD's while gaming. I've installed a few extra fans as I thought overheating might have been the culprit, but alas, BSOD persists while gaming. Temperatures remain within "Normal" parameters. Attached is my BSODs and the System Performace Report or whatever its called.
I ran the windows memory test and no errors occured, as well as the chkdsk /f command with no bad sectors or sectors repaired..
OS is Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, the original OS installed on the system.
System is a Intel i7-960 on a Gigabyte G1.Guerrilla mobo with 12 GB of Corsair Dominator Ram, Two EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti video cards in SLi mode, 2 TB HD, on board audio/ethernet if I'm not mistaken. 1000 Watt Coolermaster PSU, and a HAF-X Coolermaster fulltower case and 360MM Water cooling on the CPU. Also have a Corsair CMXAF2 Fan installed over the memory, as well as 4 case fans and 1 internal fan aimed at the GPUs.
Thanks ahead of time for any help.
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|19 Sep 2011||#3|
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ok well i finally think i solved this problem.. turns out my networking card thats built into the gurreilla mobo had slightly out of date drivers after i had another BSOD that identified this as the culprit (literally only a couple of months old lol.. )... updated them and so far no BSODs after playing NWN2 for several hours (couldnt even make 15 minutes before) so hopefully this is it.. thanks for all your help /sarcasm
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