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Windows 7: BSOD while doing almost everything.


16 Jan 2013   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Yeah no important files at all. Just some games i dld-ed since they usually BSOD out.

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16 Jan 2013   #12

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You have Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit english you have
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 ISO
English x64: X17-58997.iso

source Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO from Digital River My Digital Life

download it and brun it to DVD. Just right click on ISO , open with: Windows dvd burner (or something like that). Most of time just doubleclick works as well. Now you can reinstall if you ever want to. On back of laptop is a COA sticker with your product key. I post a sample


Just in case you ever need to reinstall
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16 Jan 2013   #13

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I still not know what BSOD you get!
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16 Jan 2013   #14

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Yeah, I used that to upgrade after formatting, since SFC /scannow gave an error after formatting. I also tried re-installing last time, but after installing all the drivers from Asus website, blue-screen continued on. I also managed to re-produce a BSOD just now, as attached
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16 Jan 2013   #15

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by boredomez View Post
Yeah, I used that to upgrade after formatting, since SFC /scannow gave an error after formatting. I also tried re-installing last time, but after installing all the drivers from Asus website, blue-screen continued on. I also managed to re-produce a BSOD just now, as attached
So you did already try to reinstall clean from DVD or USB?
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16 Jan 2013   #16

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I reinstalled from USB, since I dont really have an external disc-scanner or something, so burning it into a DVD will be quite hard
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16 Jan 2013   #17

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by boredomez View Post
Yeah, I used that to upgrade after formatting, since SFC /scannow gave an error after formatting. I also tried re-installing last time, but after installing all the drivers from Asus website, blue-screen continued on. I also managed to re-produce a BSOD just now, as attached
I analyzed 011613-35365-01.dmp
It's a driver issue, but no drivers listed in stack. I can't determined which one is faulty.

Reinstall again, but don't install any asus drivers by yourself. Let windows update do it's job and let it install all pacthes. Is system stable them? What devices don't work afterwards? Chekc device manager for problems
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16 Jan 2013   #18

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Well if I use reformat, it automatically downloads the asus drivers since I tried it, and if I reinstall windows 7, it would be a clean computer, with no connection to the internet , so I still had to install the drivers and again, from Asus website again manually, and theres always a chance for me to install the wrong driver and cause BSOD again.
And from device manager, theres an error under Other Devices -> Network Controller where I disabled it, as it asks me to install a new driver in the description,which I really have no idea what new drivers and Windows Update dont require me to do anything for it.
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16 Jan 2013   #19

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You only need network driver (either wireless or wired) to run windows update successfully (so it can connect).
Goto device manager and check properties of the enabled network driver and the one you disabled. Click details. Select hardware-ids. What is listed?
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16 Jan 2013   #20

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I currently dont use any network drivers, and use a direct-cable as I have a feeling that installing the Asus drivers for wireless may give me further BSODs x_x, so I was putting it off until all BSODs are fixed. For the one I disabled, there are no hardware IDs at all as it keeps prompting me to install a driver for it, which I have put off.
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