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Windows 7: BSOD - 7A and F4

16 Mar 2013   #11

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

I have done a checkdisk with no problems at all.

The bluescreen dont happen so often, so its hard to say if the ssd update will fix it. No matter what the PSU is "broken" atleast its not supposed to make such a clicking sound.
Surprised that i might be so far behind on firmware on my ssd, since i though I was totally up-to-date on it.
Thanks for the help all. Ill get working!

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16 Mar 2013   #12

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Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

We'll be here, so post if the problems continue and you need more help.
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04 Apr 2013   #13

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Hello again!

The system have worked perfectly ever since, have not encountered any troubles before now. This time though, its Not 7a or f4. Seems the ssd firmware update fixed that good.

Now im getting many diffrent BSOD's. as today i had memory_management, 1a and other diffrent BSOD's. This started few days ago, first with windows update continueusly updating 4 files, the same files everytime, .NET Framework 4 security updates or something like that, then i suddently started getting random fast disconnects, and then of yesterday, it all went into being blue screens. Most of the ones i found indicates driver/software faults, and since with these things happening i dont belive its the ram, as i should have seen problems with blue screens earlier, imo. It all took a drastic turn when i finally managed to delete net framework and let windows update reinstall it. After that I cant even be in windows more than 1 min before i get a blue screen. Is net framework known to have any problems, or can it just be unlucky that its corrupted and have now corrupted my whole system? i tried to do a role back, but didnt help.

fresh windows install sounds to be the right solution here, ye?

I would post BSOD's but i cant be in windows long enough to actually do it(not even in safe mode)
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