|29 Jul 2012||#1|
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Different types of BSOD on "new" laptop
I really wanted this model because it had a half-decent video card, the store i bought it from (Flanco) only had 3 exposed one (as in exposed in showroom) and the one i bought went through service because of a "minor keyboard problem". I can't return it without huge hassle because of stupid store regulations and even if i could, i can not find a better model for the money and also lose my 3 year special offer warranty
That was BS.
I have two types of errors on this machine: random complete freezes and random blue screens of different causes.
The first one i seem to have solved by giving priority to the network adaptor when booting.
The second one i need help with.
I'm pissed as hell to have spent my hard earned money on a broken "new laptop" , i need to know if this is a hardware problem or a software one(one blue screen rendered the "memory_management" message ,because i will go back to uni and need to fix it some time before that.
I installed the latest drivers for the video card, network adapter and AHCI. Amd also provided usb drivers in the AHCI package.
Note that i have not installed other drivers like wireless adaptor or HD sound in the hopes of making troubleshooting easier.
They happen 1-3 times a day.
I attached the info and will provide more details as needed , thanks.
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