Well, if anyone with memory remembers my username, he'll know that I had a very long thread about Windows 7 32b HomePre going rogue and saying that it was pirated.
Yesterday I cleaned up the PC (You know, thermal compound and all that stuff) and when I rebooted it: Windows 7 Is not Activated.
I inmediately thought that this issue was caused by a hardware malfunction (which in turn, made Windows think it wasnt activated with "this" PC).
Now, back onto the BSODs (which might be also related to Hardware), they happen everyday, I boot the PC, windows loads and I log onto my user...BSOD....repeat process, I can use it for like 10-15 minutes more than before....BSOD....idem but 30-40 minutes more....BSOD and this time they're gone for all the day.
This is a strange and utterly illogical matter. Why? Because if something makes BSOD happen, then they have to happen all the time, not just during a period of time
. And this period of time, is exactly, without all doubts, after leaving the PC turned off for a long time (IE 5 hours or more)
Do you think it has something to do with heat? With the HD RPM's?
BTW:Memtest with my memory sticks 2: No problems found after 8 hours test with each one.
GPU: Furmark, Ati Stress tool: No problems found, temperature never goes past 70º (FAN at 35º).
CPU: Forgot this test name :P....it had something to do with numbers, anyway, It tested the 4 cores and no problems.
OCCT (overall): 1 hour, no problem.
HDD: scannow, WD tool: No problems, perfect state.
Thanks for your help.
EDIT: just for you to know: After the BSODs are gone, the computer works like a charm. During the BSOD "period" Google Chrome crashes, some windows programs crash (like explorer.exe) and error messages pop up here and there.