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Windows 7: BSOD General browsing and downloading a 58mb file

02 Nov 2011   #1
windows7NI

 
BSOD General browsing and downloading a 58mb file

Hi Folks,

I have been getting random BSODs for a while now. Probably one every week or fortnight. It always points to a driver called ntoskrnl.exe

It is a relatavly new computer and I am now at a loose end. I have attached the minidump file.

I hope to hear from you soon and If I get it sorted I will post what fixes the problem.

Thanks


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02 Nov 2011   #2
Storm Shadow

Windows 7 Ultimate Service Pack 1
 
 

What changes you made recently? Done anything like updating, installing drivers etc?
I don't know exactly. But within my knowledge I like to help you.
Usually, blue screens like these occurs when you have a corrupted hard disk or windows.
(Maybe because of other reasons too)

Try booting into safe mode with command prompt and type in "chkdsk /f" without the quotation marks and wait a while.
This will erase or fix any corrupted data on the HDD.

If you don't see anything unusual in the diagnostic log, then try System File Checker Tool.
Complete guide about what is System File Checker Tool & how to use it:
SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker
How to use the System File Checker tool to troubleshoot missing or corrupted system files on Windows Vista or on Windows 7

Reply to your thread with your findings.
Hope your problem get solved & Take Care.
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02 Nov 2011   #3
windows7NI

 

Hi Thanks for this info.

Weirdly enough it seems to be becoming more persistent now. It has BSOD literally 3 times in the last hour.

The SFC Scan showed errors as attached. I am not 100% sure but my computer BSOD after I had fitted an SSD hard drive. Although everything usually works fine. I know when I was buying the Kingston SSD 64GB there was some problems with firmware but I checked mine before installing and the update program told me I had the latest fix for the drive so I rulled that out.

Thanks for your help I appreciate it. I am trying to get University work done and It is driving me mad when it keeps BSOD lol

Thanks again hope to hear back soon
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02 Nov 2011   #4
Storm Shadow

Windows 7 Ultimate Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by windows7NI View Post
Hi Thanks for this info.

Weirdly enough it seems to be becoming more persistent now. It has BSOD literally 3 times in the last hour.

The SFC Scan showed errors as attached. I am not 100% sure but my computer BSOD after I had fitted an SSD hard drive. Although everything usually works fine. I know when I was buying the Kingston SSD 64GB there was some problems with firmware but I checked mine before installing and the update program told me I had the latest fix for the drive so I rulled that out.

Thanks for your help I appreciate it. I am trying to get University work done and It is driving me mad when it keeps BSOD lol

Thanks again hope to hear back soon
Okay. Seems like its because of the SSD(its drivers or software). Not sure though.
Try rebooting into Safe Mode & use SFC again.
Take Care
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02 Nov 2011   #5
windows7NI

 

Tried that SFC in safe mode and I got the same info "Some corrupt files could not be repaired"

I wonder why bluescreenview always says "cause by ntoskrnl.exe" also with the +7cc40 address?

I wish I knew more about these things

Thanks
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