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Windows 7: BSOD during even moderately stressful times (installing a program)

14 Feb 2013   #1
Chemical

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
 
 
BSOD during even moderately stressful times (installing a program)

Hello,
I have had multiple BSODs in a row, and the first one happened when i wasnt at home so i didnt even see the error message. The last 2 were: Memory Management and Page Fault in Non Paged Area.

What is most disturbing is that after the crashes my computer would refuse to boot up, not even to BIOS screen. And in fact I crashed without even a blue screen as i was loading windows or shortly after inputting my password to log-in. Removing and replacing RAM allowed me to boot up my PC.

I have taken the steps with the last one (made the page size 0 restarted then made it so that the system would manage it and then restarted the PC again). However, I am not sure if the problem is resolved or I have simply put a band-aid. I have run all of my RAM through Memtest at least for 3 passes (I know i need more but I just do not have the time) and I am running on the RAM stick that i had during the latest crash (to see if it is the root of all my problems).

I have also done some basic housekeeping stuff like cleaning and making sure that only mouse/keyboard and monitor are attached to my PC.

I have attached the diagnostic tool's zip file and I am open to suggestions. If my RAM or MOBO is bad then I need to know ASAP but I lack the expertise to understand the logs.


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15 Feb 2013   #2
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