I found some good tipps here on the forum, but I couldn't find a solution. I have random BSOD since 2 Month. Sometimes with minidumps, sometimes without. I run a dualboot system with Windows 7 64bit and XP 32bit.
The crashes appear most of the time on Windows 7 and really rarley in XP,altough I'm using XP more often and longer. I checked my HDDs with Samsung HUTIL and my Memory with memtest. Prime Stresser. No result.
I thought it was the ssd who cause the bsod, but its only 6 month old and only got 500hours of work. I asked for help in the crucial forum. I got only one response, that it maybe the graphic card driver
. In the windows service log. There is an error entry about an "peernetzwerk gruppenzuordnung (i run a german version)" peernetwork group assignment, before the BSOD appears, but not always
I have the last minidump, crystalinfo and the ntbtlog.txt attached. The minidump and the ntbtlog.txt are in the zip file.
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SSD Crucial M4 128GB Firmware 000F
HDD Samsung Spinpoint HD701
nVidea Geforce 7300GS
RME Hdsp 9632
UAD 1 DSP Card