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Windows 7: Fresh install of Windows and it keeps recovering from an unexpected cr

24 Sep 2011   #1
link97381

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
Fresh install of Windows and it keeps recovering from an unexpected cr

My fathers computer keeps crashing and restarting even after a fresh install of windows.
Specs:
Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H Motherboard
AMD Phenom X6 1055T (only running 4 cores at the moment)
4x 2GB OCZ DDR3 PC8500
Linksys WMP54G wireless adapter

Several memory tests have come back fine and I ran PassMark BurnIn test and it crashed half way through but the only errors if found were with one of the DVD drives. After Re-installing Windows the only things I've installed was Chrome, Microsoft Security Essentials, the drivers for the WMP54G and the BurnIn test. I also updated all the drivers listed in Windows update but have been holding off on all of the updates them self until the computer is stable. Also I haven't installed the drivers that came with the Motherboard but the only one it needs is the USB 3 and since it was having the same problems with them installed I've been holding off on those also.

Any help on what might be the cause would be greatly appreciated.


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24 Sep 2011   #2
link97381

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

So I was just reading that the Memory tester in windows sucks so I started a test with Memtest86 and so far there are like 40,000 errors and not a single pass. That just doesn't seem right. Any input?
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