|18 Jan 2013||#1|
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BSOD downloading heavy files / "stressing" Hard Drive error STOP 0x101
I've read at least 3 or 4 different posts about this BSOD, however, every single stress test did not point out anything good... (Have tried each of them, memtest, prime95, drive verifier for at least 3 hours each...), however, I have thought pretty interesting things.
First, I used to have those kind of problems with pirated windows 7 (I hope it's not a problem to mention past problems of this nature here), then, after updating to windows 8 BETA, my BSOD drastically reduced in numbers...
When again returning to windows 7, my BSODs' returned... I've read that a clean install might solve the problem... I've been trying to install Ubuntu in order to scape windows... and it ALWAYS freezes. Can this be related ? Whenever I tried to install either windows or ubuntu using a Pendrive or DVD, it always ended up freezing at some point... even when my system had no OS , and no data, recently formatted... If the problem is the HD, is there some sort of way to prove it?
I thank your attention in advance,
P.S.: According to the rules, I've attached my dump files and system info in this post
|My System Specs|
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