|27 Nov 2011||#1|
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BSOD 1e, probably during long-time network use
Moved two USB disks back to my laptop after having had them accessed through the network on my RedHat server and suddenly I started getting BSOD:s. Since my laptop was in much need of a reinstall anyway I just went ahead, but the BSOD:s have stayed.
The BSODs first seemed to be triggered while running eMule, but since it's not pointed out in the memory dumps I'm not sure.
NOTE: I got more than 1e BSOD, but it seems to be the most common.
I tried a lot of things:
* Running Windows 7:s memory diagnostics
* Playing with DriverVerifier.
* Updating the GFX drivers (requires http://www.hardwareheaven.com/mobility-radeon-drivers-support/206549-ati-catalyst-mobility-11-11-display-drivers-notebook-computers-15-11-2011-a.html since it's a switchable GFX solution).
* Updating all drivers through DriverIdentifier.
* Running over WLAN instead of LAN.
I was pretty sure that updating the Atheros LAN driver had helper, but I just got the 1e BSOD after 24+ hours of running eMule on the laptop... I thought I'd post here and then go run memtest86 all day.
Apart from the default hardware in the laptop I also have exchanged the WLAN card with an Intel Ultimate-N 6300 one, and the HD with an Intel X25-M G2 160GB SSD.
Edit: Well, running memtest86+ is apparently not possible on Acer laptops unless I run an older version. Is that a good idea?
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