|22 Nov 2011||#1|
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BSOD's for 2-years, and recently Bugcheck 7e
I've always had BSOD's since installing Win-7. I've some computer experience but
obviously not an a guru! If it wasn't for the lucid instructions on the Forum, I couldn't have made this post!
Reliability index seldom at "10"
Some crashes were due to electrical fluctuations & outages which can happen in Thailand, so bought a UPS a few months ago which seemed to remedy the problem, until recently. Note that the electrical system in the condo where I reside is _not_ grounded. A lack of grounding is common for older buildings in Thailand. Yet, most BSOD's I've had are _not_ due to electrical fluctuations. Some crashes have occurred when browsing with Firefox, or just changing to another program. Recently I have experienced "BugCheck 7e"
Any help in resolving this issue is greatly appreciated!!
Thanks for any and all constructive replies.
Basic System Info:
Intel Core-2 E8400 @ 3.00GHz, 3GHz, 32-bit
Windows 7 Ultimate - OEM?
Hardware age: 2-years, 3-months (Aug 17, 2009)
OS age: 2-years
The attached document archive file includes:
Windows_NT6_BSOD_jcgriff2 and perfmon/report
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|23 Nov 2011||#3|
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Evidently I've erroneously previously deleted the 'Minidump' files!! Nothing was found
in the folder...even when looking with Admin permission!
I guess I'll have to wait for more BSOD's to happen, then add the new dump files to my original post.
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