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Windows 7: BSOD's 0x116 and 0x9F when doing anything now.

14 Oct 2012   #21

Windows 7 premium 64-bit

well the bad news is it BSOD'd on me this morning, the good news is my laptop past a hard drive test i used Seagate SeaTools and did a short generic, long generic and short drive self test. Im now about to do a ram test using memtest. Also if its anything for you guys to note, my lappy seems to not be a 'morning machine' it likes to BSOD on me particularly in the mornings . But just to be sure, you guys know of any other hard drive diagnostic tools?
Ill let you know how me ram test goes, thanks for being with me so far!

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14 Oct 2012   #22
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

Make it go to bed early and be fresh in the AM.

Seriously, here are the only HDD tests I know about Hard Drive Diagnostic Procedure

There is also the MS chdsk /r Using option two.
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