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Windows 7: Random BSOD crashes, possible related to windows file corruption

17 Sep 2012   #1
braiamp

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Random BSOD crashes, possible related to windows file corruption

Hi,

My laptop tild with an BSOD now and then, I somehow pinpointed the problem to the AudioEndpointBuilder service after the sound stop working, so I disabled the service but now I don't have any sound (as expected). It hasn't resolved all the BSOD problem but now aren't that frequent.

I have ran sfc /scannow (attached), found some files are corrupted that windows can't repair it. Also chkdsk with no results. I checked out the official iso of windows for the files to replace them but I can't find them. I tried to reinstall windows and the installation ended with "corruption of the installation files" error (lol, Im installing with an USB and the iso have the md5 correct, used official iso, there are in some other post in 7forums, same version as installed and the usb helper of the microsoft shop) so even that I can't do to repair my pc.

I will include the BSOD as the sticky post suggest.

Thanks for any help


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17 Sep 2012   #2
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

if SFC is getting hits, you likely have corruption I can't view the dumps right now I'm not on the right machine, but your quickest fix may be.
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