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Windows 7: Frequent varying BSOD Issues

13 Jan 2013   #11
Northernsoul55

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Hi Diving Loon,

We will need a new BSOD report upon the next crash, as you have changed your drive.


Cheers

Dave
Well, it hasn't crashed in the past 30 hours, that's a good sign. I think the SP1 really helped. If it doesn't crash by tomorrow evening, I will consider this problem fixed. And just to affirm, the first post had the current drive log. My previous post had the previous drive's issues.



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OK, so to bring everyone up to speed...


Northernsoul55: Both the chkdsk and the sfc /scannow command passed with no problems (check Attachments) plus I successfully upgraded to Service Pack 1.


mgorman87: Both the Generic Short & Long tests passed in SeaTools with no problems. Any idea which Ricoh driver(s) I need? I personally don't own any Ricoh devices.

x BlueRobot: Thanks for the Anti-virus software suggestions!


For my part, I did take numerous precautions while installing the drive (dust-free environment + gloves). I/O error status may have been the problem with the previous drive. I have attached another .zip file with the last 9 BSOD reports from the old drive.


The good news is that I've already backed-up my files on two USB sticks and an 80GB iPod.
Check the dell website under your model for drivers
I'm installing the Ricoh Drivers I found under the recommended updates in Windows Update. Thanks for pointing it out!
Hi Diving Loon,

Thats very encouaging news,

hopefully its sorted for you

Enjoy your evening

Cheers

Dave


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14 Jan 2013   #12
x BlueRobot

 

It's good to know, that your system seems to be far more stable.
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14 Jan 2013   #13
Diving Loon

Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
 
 

No BSODS in the past 50 hours, I think the SP1 update really helped toward stability. Thanks for the help everyone!
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14 Jan 2013   #14
Northernsoul55

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Diving Loon View Post
No BSODS in the past 50 hours, I think the SP1 update really helped toward stability. Thanks for the help everyone!
Good stuff,

Feel free to pop back if you have any more problems

Cheers

Dave
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