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Windows 7: BSOD watching video and sometimes browsing IE or FF

08 Nov 2011   #1
djccap8

Windows 7 Home 32bit
 
 
BSOD watching video and sometimes browsing IE or FF

When I am watching web video - news site video (CNN, WSJ, FOX) or YouTube, a few minutes into it, my system restarts. Also, but less frequently, I get random restart on browsing with both IE8 and FF.

See my profile for specs - basically Win7 32 bit OEM on a 5 year old P4 system. Its fully patched.

I thought it might be my Avast and Ad Aware so I uninstalled these and installed MS Security Essentials. Its fully patched too. I have updated my video drivers and installed an MS Codec update.

The restarts are still happening.

The case gets decent air flow and I even slipped the side panel off, blew out some dust. The CPU temp seems fine so I dont think its a thermal warning.

I tried the instructions to generate a minidump file, but no luck. The zip file has all my settings re: minidump as per the thread. See word doc in zip file.

I am open to suggestions. Please see attached.

Thanks


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13 Nov 2011   #2
djccap8

Windows 7 Home 32bit
 
 

Howdy - its been almost a week. Can someone take a look at the attached and reply please?

Thanks
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15 Nov 2011   #3
djccap8

Windows 7 Home 32bit
 
 
Nude phot0 of Faith Hill

Maybe that will get someone's attention and a reply to this post.
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