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Random BSOD after new hardware purchase
I recently aquired a new motherboard and processor (ECS ic780m-a2, AMD Phenom II X4 Deneb) and occasionally ill get a random BSOD. Usually it happens when i walk away for a few hours then come back to a "Windows has recovered from an unexpected error". All the files that have been requested for this forum are attached. So if someone could take a look at it and tell me if a piece of hardware may be bad (i have a hunch it may be one of the ram modules) that would be great. Thx.
- the original installed OS on the system? - no, custom system
- full retail
- Age - MB and CPU 1 month, PSU (ocz600mxsp) 5 Months, Video Card (Sapphire ATI Radeon 5570) 1-2 years, RAM and HDD's really couldn't say, got them from my school.
- OS install age - 1 month, about to do a reinstall
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|08 Jul 2012||#2|
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