|13 Jul 2012||#1|
2 BSOD within a short amount of time
Last night I received two BSOD within 30 minutes of each other. The first time it occurred I had a few programs open (some pdfs, photoshop etc.) but I wasn't actively using the computer. I noticed the mouse pointer started to lack and a minute or two later it BSOD'd. I was busy at the time so I didn't catch the error code.
30 minutes later, after a restart and opening some of the same programs, the BSOD re-occurred.
I restarted the computer once more, kept the programs opened to a minimum and everything seemed to be okay.
Both times, after the restart, there was a screen mentioning Acer Ethernet port (I didn't note down the exact wording, sorry) requesting that I insert a boot disk and not allowing me to continue. Not having it, I forced a restart and everything booted normally afterwards.
I attempted a System Restore, but it froze on a black screen with just my cursor visible. I left it overnight and it was still on the same screen so I forced a restart.
I've completed the System report etc. and attached it.
My OS specs are:
Windows 7 Home Premium x64
It is the originally installed OEM software
Service Pack 1 is installed
My computer specs:
Acer Aspire 5732Z
Pentium(R) Dual Core CPU 2.20GHz
Please let me know if I've missed anything out. Thank you.
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|13 Jul 2012||#2|
Crashes point to your Intel storage driver. Your Intel storage drivers are out of date.
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