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Windows 7: Random BSOD, becoming more frequent, most common code is 0x00000024

02 Mar 2012   #11
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lemwells View Post
So this was a fairly random BSOD. The only "patterns" were that I could expect it ever week or two, and when there was one in a day, there was usually another in the same day. Randoms (in my experience) are usually hardware/driver related. However, after updating all of my drivers, changing my antivirus, and testing my RAM for 16 hours to no avail, I acted on a hunch and removed my video card. That was several weeks ago. No more blue screens. Still, the new security detected things that Symantec didn't. I learned a little more, and I learned how to check for out of date drivers without just relying on Windows to take care of it. Thank you for all your help and advice.
I thank you for your kind words and also for trusting my Good and Free system security combination

Also no more bsod and as you said you learn here how to update software\drivers and protect better your system.

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