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Windows 7: Long time Lurker needing BSOD help.

28 Nov 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit
Long time Lurker needing BSOD help.

Hi, long time lurker, first time poster. I have recently been having BSOD issues that are driving me absolutely bonkers. The computer runs fantastic all the time when I'm using it. A little bit of info on the computer.

MSI z68-gd65 (g3) motherboard
Intel i7 2600k
(2) Nvidia 560ti in SLI Mode
8 gb of ram.
(2) 24'' 1080p LED tv's hooked up through mini-hdmi and dvi-hdmi converter.

My computer has been having issues lately. My computer is fairly new which is why I'm having problems tracking down the ACTUAL problem. I have reformatted the computer twice after trying all other options such as removing the processor overclock settings, unplugging hard drives, and even trying different hard drives. My computer stays on pretty much 24/7. I usually enable the screen saver, turn off the monitors (well t.v.'s) then go about my work day, or normal night sleep only to return to the computer turn on the monitors and there is the BSOD. There is only 1 minidump file for some reason but there should be atleast 3 of them. Today the blue screen was stuck at 95 (the number at the bottom of the bluescreen). When checking out the event viewer it seems that the "error" or "critical" messages are happening at the time I turn my monitors (tv's) on. Hopefully you guys can shed some light on this for me because I've tried all I know to try.

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