|08 Dec 2011||#1|
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BSOD getting worse by the day.
My BSOD is getting worse by the day and I am running out of ideas other then to format and start again.
I was getting the BSOD once every day or two originally when the computer wasnt in use. The screen saver was on and the computer wasnt doing anything and then all of a sudden it would just blue screen and reboot.
Then just last week it started doing it during games... Battlefield 3 and Assassins Creed Revelations..
Now its starting to do it on windows startup.!!!!
I am running a Windows 7 x64 Full Retail with SP1
Intel Core i7 2600 Processor 3.4Ghz
G Skill 8G DDR3 1600mhz
Asus P8Z68-V Scoket 1155
Gigabyte GTX560 OC TI 1 G 900mhz
OCZ Vertex3 128GB SSD as the Operating System Drive
Western Digital 1tb SATA3 64M as the secondary drive
Computer is 4mths old.
I originally thought it would be the graphics card. I have updated both the drivers and bios on that. I have updated the firmware on the SSD and that hasnt fixed it. I then installed SP1 hoping that would fix it. Nop. I tried uninstalling MSE but that didnt help.
I have attached all the info that the forum asks for...
If you have any ideas or answers for me I would greatly appreciate it.
My theory at the moment is that its the SSD. And I reckon if I take it out and install the OS on the WD HDD that bluescreening will completely stop.
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