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Windows 7: Random BSODs that are baffling - Occur at any time

17 Oct 2011   #21
RussUK

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

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Hi again, I've had 4+ more bluescreens since my last reply. I don't know what else to try other than another full re-install of windows from scratch, which I would like to avoid.

Do you have anything else I could try?
I am not even sure if a re-install would help. it may be hardware
Thanks for the reply.

Great, how would I find out which is the faulty hardware? I'm guessing my processor, as it is a new mobo, new ram and i very much doubt it to be my 5850. Prime 95 shows the error on a core when I run the blend test, so does OCCT, images attached. It fails too. I'm guessing processor.

Arghh, just so happens to be the most expensive change :P Oh well, I'll just go for the 1090T or 1100T black edition processors instead since they're better.

I imagine I'll ring AMD and tell them my problem with my processor, and they'll RMA it?


Having read more into the error I'm having with Prime95, I have found that it is apparentely not just caused by the processor, like I first thought, as Blend test in prime95 stresses everything. It manages to get to test 7 (it got to test 10 on all but 1 worker on the blend before it crashed but I took the picture before then) before BSODing again. Image is attatched.

So if Blend tests everything, how can I be sure of what hardware is the problem? It also fails the intel burn test too, so something must be wrong.

edit:

I have just realised I've had my SSD and everything on IDE so I went ahead and changed it according to this post here AHCI : Enable in Windows 7 / Vista . I don't know if this would cause a BSOD but I thought I'd do it anyway since it is supposed to be on it.


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11 Nov 2011   #22
RussUK

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Hi all. I still get BSODs all the time I recently bought Battlefield 3 and I crash very often on that (BF3.exe has stopped working) and I also get BSODs. I still get them randomly too.

Here is a perfmon report and the windows dump files, they are attached.

Can anyone help me try to resolve this issue? It has still not gone away since doing all the fixes listed throughout these pages!

Thanks.
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08 Dec 2011   #23
Charlir

win7 home Premium 64bit
 
 

I had some what of the same problem .. i had Comodo and Malwarebytes active at same time.. after weeks of trying diff things and keep detailed records and dumps.. I ended up setting malwarebytes to manual .. so far it has stopped happening .. been a little over a month now
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