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Windows 7: Random BSOD - Error 0x0000003b

23 Nov 2012   #61
koolkat77

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Looks okay
Did you reinstall windows yet?


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24 Nov 2012   #62
richphotos

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Nope not yet, have not had time, I am going to possibly start doing that tomorrow, I have had 3 BSOD's in the last 2 hours, all the same code too. So fresh install it is.
Once I am done with that, I will come back and update you. Thanks so much for your time.
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24 Nov 2012   #63
koolkat77

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Take your time
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24 Nov 2012   #64
richphotos

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Well, I am on a fresh install of windows 7. Went very well. I will keep you updated if I get a BSOD, hoping I can come back in a week or 2 and mark as solved finally. Thanks again for all the help.
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24 Nov 2012   #65
koolkat77

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No two weeks, take longer

Install all drivers/softwares one by one. Make sure they're installed properly.

Good Luck & see you soon
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24 Nov 2012   #66
richphotos

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Thanks.. Windows just tried to trick me into installing the latest nvida driver through windows update. I usually have it set so I can choose which updates I want, and since its a fresh install, it was set to automatically download and install. Caught it before it installed. hah!
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24 Nov 2012   #67
koolkat77

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Lol I see.
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25 Nov 2012   #68
richphotos

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Just wanted to give a little update.
Still installing everything, 1 by 1 to make sure its done right, so far its going very well. Computer is running like the day I built it. Also did as you suggested and blocked all the unnecessary startup programs besides Microsoft security essentials. And wow, what a difference on startup time. No more having to wait for this, and that to load before I can get online.
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25 Nov 2012   #69
koolkat77

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Thanks for the update..hope all goes well
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27 Nov 2012   #70
richphotos

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Well, Still no BSOD, however, there is something that is annoying me that maybe you can help me with.

I purchased a wireless PCI adapter for my computer, because we got new internet. I always put my computer in sleep mode when I am not using it, and before I did the fresh install. When I woke it from sleep mode, it would be connected to my network.
Now, When I wake it from sleep mode, it takes a minute or so for it to connect. I turned off power save mode, and that did not work, and now, I get home from work, and wake up my computer, and I had to actually click connect to my network, and then wait about a minute or so. Everywhere on my computer is checked to automatically connect. I am confused.

Oh, and the adapter is tp-link TL-WN851ND

*edit*

I reset my router to factory defaults, uninstalled my wireless adapter and reinstalled it, now it connects automatically, but does not hold a connection when in sleep mode. Like it used to

I still have to wait 30 seconds to a minute to actually get the connection before I can surf the net. It was never like that before I did the fresh install. it was as fast as I could type in my password for the computer I was on the internet.
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