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Windows 7: BSODs ever since system was started

11 Oct 2009   #1
bebopmad

Windows 7 Ultimate Evaluation Copy 7100
 
 
BSODs ever since system was started

Hey guys I am experiencing a lot of BSODs on my system ever since I made it, and I installed Windows 7 Build 7100 64bit on it. Most of the BSODs occur while playing games, especially Burnout Paradise and sometimes it just comes up randomly. I have tried updating drivers and done so, but still the bsods persist. Please help me....

I am giving the .dmp files in the attached zip file


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11 Oct 2009   #2
H2SO4

Win7x64
 
 

Many of the latest 10 crashes are in video routines. Make sure you're not over-clocking or under-cooling. Most of the others look like unreliable hardware.

You'd probably want to start by running the Windows memory tester for a day at least. Borrow another video card. Test what happens when you take out as much RAM as possible, especially if it's currently made up of multiple sets which may not be matched.
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11 Oct 2009   #3
bebopmad

Windows 7 Ultimate Evaluation Copy 7100
 
 

So is it really a hardware problem????

Actually most of the BSODs before 9th october occured while running my PC on the integrated graphics chipset....i've put in the gfx card only yesterday

I have also done a clean install of Windows 7 this evening but still the BSODs continue.

How do I run the memory test???
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11 Oct 2009   #4
bebopmad

Windows 7 Ultimate Evaluation Copy 7100
 
 

Also, my CPU is having Cool N Quiet enabled so does this count for the problems????
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