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Windows 7: Persistent BSODs, random reasons, different hard drives, clean install

26 Mar 2013   #1
jaxuk

Windows 7 Ulitmate x64
 
 
Persistent BSODs, random reasons, different hard drives, clean install

Hi All,

Really hope someone can help and I don't have some dead HW. I'm currently running Memtest and will update this thread with results, dumps etc after the test finished and I can access the PC's HDD's - just wanted to get the thread started.

So this morning I go to wake up my PC and find it has BSOD overnight for the first time ever, rebooted and got BSOD again after noticing AVG wanted to reboot. Thought it might be related to an overnight AVG update so uninstalled AVG... got BSOD again. Noticed there were windows updates overnight too so restored to last week. BSOD continues with different reasons.

So I decided a clean HDD and OS was a good idea, added a new HDD and started to install from USB and got BSOD 3 times trying to install with different reasons. Eventually installed clean OS and all drivers and then once again got BSOD

Will post dumps and update specs from effected PC ASAP.

Thanks

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26 Mar 2013   #2
jaxuk

Windows 7 Ulitmate x64
 
 

Attachment 261182 Here's the Grab All from the latest BSOD of the new OS build with new HDD.

Also the PC Passed the basic Memtest with no errors.
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