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Windows 7: BSoD on fresh OS (Win7 UltimateN x64)

27 Feb 2013   #1
Murtough123

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BSoD on fresh OS (Win7 UltimateN x64)

Hello, I am completely new to the forums so please forgive me if I do not include any necessary information.

I have been plagued by several BSoD's for a few months now, I thought I had fixed the problem a while back but it seems to have returned. They first started when I was on Vista, in which case I thought I caught the culprit of faulty RAM and bought new. I just upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate x64 2 days ago and have been getting more BSoD's. I am currently running Memory tests, and Hard drive tests. I have not installed any new hardware recently. I'm not quite sure what else to try.

I will include screen shots from Bluescreenview.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Joshua.


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27 Feb 2013   #2
Murtough123

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I would like to add that during a memory test (today) I noticed it said that it had detected "Hardware Problems". Though before it finished the test, I returned a few minutes later to see that it had BSoD'd again. I just bought new RAM about 1 to 2 months ago, because I thought this was the issue for my previous BSoD's. Can this be a faulty RAM slot? What are my options.. and how can I tell if this is the actual culprit? I will be running memory diagnostic a few more times having reseated the ram, as well as chkdsk. Thanks, Joshua.
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28 Feb 2013   #3
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