|06 Jul 2012||#1|
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a few BSOD, reasons for each appear not to be the same
Hi I'm new here. I built my system about 3 years ago. But in the last year I've had a few BSOD.
So today I had some time to try and find out what might be the cause. So I found an article at HowToGeek.com that said to run a program called BlueScreenView. What I see when I run this program are nine different dump log files. And not all appear to be the same reason for the BSOD.
I read the Sticky at the top of this forum and have hopefully followed instructions correctly for attaching the files that will help to determine what might be wrong.
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit (retail), installed about 2.5 years ago
Biostar T5XE CFX-SLI
Intel i7 860
CoolerMaster Hyper 212 cpu cooler
8gb 1600 g.skil dram
2-750gb Caviar Black using onboard Intel RAID 1
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