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Windows 7: Various BSODs occurring withing minutes/hours of each other

29 Oct 2012   #11
beepiusbeepius

Windows Pro 64
 
 

Oh sorry, duh!

Thanks for the continued interest!


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29 Oct 2012   #12
beepiusbeepius

Windows Pro 64
 
 

Small confession...as I'd already bought Kaspersky, I uninstalled what I had thinking it was a corrupt install and downloaded the latest 2013 version rather than a trial. I used Kavremover first to make sure all traces had gone...you're going to say it's Kaspersky again aren't you...
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29 Oct 2012   #13
beepiusbeepius

Windows Pro 64
 
 

OK, I'm not smiling anymore...it's just crashed with a new error:
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION

I'm uploading another dump report...

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30 Oct 2012   #14
beepiusbeepius

Windows Pro 64
 
 

One odd thing that seems to make it crash is Windows media centre when I'm skipping through HD recordings which made me wonder if the graphics card could be at fault at all.

This morning (after another two BSODs) I have:

Uninstalled Kaspersky entirely and installed MSE
Uninstalled and updated the Nvidia drivers.

Just restarted and it's 09:00...see how it goes on...
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30 Oct 2012   #15
beepiusbeepius

Windows Pro 64
 
 

Wow...

It's 9:06 and I've just booted back in after a:
PAGE_FAULT_IN_UNPAGED_AREA BSOD

All I had open was IE on this page and Thunderbird, which it crashed in...

I've had enough of this I'm going to format and hopefully that'll fix all the ills, I can't keep going on like this.

Hopefully it's not a hardware error!
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30 Oct 2012   #16
Anthony

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

MS Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1
 
 

Can you give me more System Specs? PSU, Mouse, Keyboard, Self built... etc
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30 Oct 2012   #17
beepiusbeepius

Windows Pro 64
 
 

Morning

It's an Enermax 850W PSU, Logitech G15 (1st gen) keyboard, Logitech wireless mouse with the dongle and unifying software.

Yep it's self built.

I've got a Black Gold FreeviewHD TV card in there...think that about covers it...everything is running at stock speeds and my temperatures are around:
CPU - 33C
HDDs - 22C - 33C (spot the Western Digital!)
GPU - 42C

Obviously none of them are under load at the moment.

I have onboard sound outputted via optical...

Think that's everything really!
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30 Oct 2012   #18
beepiusbeepius

Windows Pro 64
 
 

RAM - I have a duff stick of RAM!

I've taken it out of the system and will see what happens...hopefully it's just that...can't believe I didn't think of it before!
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