Quote: Originally Posted by yowanvista
Quote: Originally Posted by blenky
Thanks for your suggestions - really appreciate the help
Ran Malawarebytes - clean
Tried three time to run SFC. The first two times got a BSOD
. Third time lucky. It completed and told me it had found some errors and could not fix them all. Said to refer to the log file 'CBS.log' which I have attached. Does that throw any light?
Would a re-install of Windows 7 help?
Seems some kind of system corruption is the cause. I would recommend a Repair Install
Thanks. I tried the repair linked but kept getting a BSOD part way through! Therefore I did a fresh install of Windows 7 formatting my SSD as part of the install.
I was having a problem trying to update the firmware on my SSD - I couldn't get this to work while it was the boot drive. So I did another Windows 7 install on a HDD and booted to that with the SSD connected. That way I managed to sucessfully upgrade the firmware. I was hoping this might help
I swapped the SSD back to the boot drive but I'm still getting BSOD's - but not as frequent. I repeated some of the earlier tests - SCANNOW found no issues. I ran 'verifier' and this BSOD'd and reported a Deamon Tools file as the cause. So I have removed Daemon Tools.
are up to date.
I do have strange problem with my DVD ROM which maybe unrelated. It no longer reads DVDs\CDs but appears OK in Device Manager! That means that currently I am unable to boot from any disk. I attach the latest dump files since I re installed Windows 7.
I just can't seem to find any real pattern. Again any insight would be graetfully received.