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Windows 7: Getting regular BSOD crashes, can't see a common/obvious cause.

13 Dec 2011   #1
supermackie

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
Getting regular BSOD crashes, can't see a common/obvious cause.

Hi there, since building my new system last week, I have been getting at least one BSOD a day, although it is sometimes as frequent as one or two an hour. This is my first time building a system, so I'm fully aware that I might have missed something obvious and trivial.

I currently have Windows 7 Professional x64 installed (retail version) and I installed it last week. System has been running ok apart from the seemingly random BSOD.

I have attached the dump files & performance monitor html as instructed and I would greatly appreciate it if anyone could help identify what the problem may be, as I really don't have much knowledge of what to look for.

Thanks!


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13 Dec 2011   #2
supermackie

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

So, it appears that I have jinxed myself after posting on here. Have had several BSOD in the past couple of hours, once resulting in being unable to boot into Windows at all. So I did a system restore, but lost some of the previous dump files by doing so.

I have added an updated attachment to this post, any help would be great! Starting to get a little frustrating. I've also added my PC spec to my profile, if this will help in any way.

Thanks in advance.
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