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Windows 7: Numerous BSOD screens, have tried everything cant find problem!

08 Apr 2013   #11
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In addition run a full scan with Malwarebytes and SUPERAntiSpyware - Downloads.

Establish a Clean Boot, check the logs, test hardware, then work through the Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7.

These lead up to if necessary getting a perfect baseline Clean Reinstall which if followed closely will eliminate the OS as a possible cause for the problems.

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08 Apr 2013   #12

NY - New York
 
 

Ran the sfc scan it came back with no problems, also here are my voltages, my Bios doesnt allow me to see that info so I used Speccy. I am going to do the other things you suggested in the post above now....


Voltage
CPU CORE 2.128 V
MEMORY CONTROLLER 2.128 V
+3.3V 2.128 V
+5V 5.053 V
+12V 8.512 V
-12V (8.512) V
-5V (8.512) V
+5V HIGH THRESHOLD 4.946 V
CMOS BATTERY 3.280 V
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08 Apr 2013   #13

NY - New York
 
 

Malware Bytes came up clean, super antispyware came up with some cookies but nothing major.
I always use a clean boot, never have anything running on startup.
The event viewer is showing so many errors but the most common the past few days have been

The ICS_IPV6 was unable to allocate _ bytes of memory. This may indicate that the system is low on virtual memory, or that the memory manager has encountered an internal error.

The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device WpdBusEnumRoot\UMB\2&37c186b&0&STORAGE#VOLUME#_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_GENERIC-&PROD_COMPACT_FLASH&REV_1.01#058F63626476&1#.

I followed all the things listed on that troubleshooting steps for windows 7 and when I ran a system health report and my "system service checks" test failed. Not sure what means.
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08 Apr 2013   #14

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Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 X64 (Windows 8.1, Linux Mint, Windows XP in VM)
 
 

You stated in post #1 that you ran memtest. Did you run it for a full 8 passes? Here are the instructions for running it properly. It's quite yime consuming but necessary when you start having BSODs, especially mentioning memory.
RAM - Test with Memtest86+
WUDFRd is a driver that is part of the Windows Driver Foundation - user mode -driver framework. I think I can get it to start, but would prefer one of the BSOD analysts look at it first. With 8GB of memory you should be having no shortage of virtual memory unless you turned virtual memory controller off.
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08 Apr 2013   #15

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I thought I posted about the voltages already, but can't find it. Those voltages are very bad and probably not correct. It says your +12V is 8.5V. If that were true, your computer wouldn't even boot. Your 3.3V is extremely low also. Try to download and install HW Monitor and if you don't already have it CPUz. Please post screenshots of the HW monitor page and the CPU, mainboard, memory and SPD tabs of CPUz. Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums
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08 Apr 2013   #16

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I agree with Steve (essenbe), those voltages look very low.

Update your System Specifications with Speccy, and then copy this information into your System Specifications: Go to your UserCP, and then select Edit System Spec in the left pane. Copy the information from Speccy into the required fields. These System Specifications will then follow your every post.
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08 Apr 2013   #17

NY - New York
 
 

The voltages were like that when I checked them a couple of weeks ago and was directed to change my power supply. Which I did, and the weird thing is the same voltages showed up after I changed the power supply.... Not sure why....

I uploaded all the screenshots you asked for from those 2 programs.
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08 Apr 2013   #18

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CG1644, I am having trouble figuring this out. The voltages are definately off, with 2 programs. And I am not doubting you, I just can't believe that they would make a board that would not let you see the temps and voltages. Normally, that's where you go to get an accurate reading. The Tempn1 is 82C. Now what that is, I'm not sure. it is usually either the CPU or Mosfetts, depending on the board is what I get on the internet. Going by your CPU temps, it is not that. But, 82C would melt the board almost. Also, did you make a typo in your system specs? It lists your GPU as a 6770, but HW Monitor says a 5770.

Also, do you have a cell phone, PDA or camera or something like that connected? From what I can find out, that is what the WUFRd driver you keep seeing is for. But, it also will make that app crash, but will not make your system crash. So, that isn't the problem with BSODs.

Did you run memtest for a full 8 passes? Each pass is 9-10 tests. So it takes usually 5-8 hours to run 8 passes. That's why we always recommend let it run overnight.

Also is there anything specific you are doing when the BSODs happen? Is it while gaming, or ccertain websites you visit or certain apps you are using? Also, do you have an extra hard drive you can use?
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08 Apr 2013   #19

NY - New York
 
 

Yeah I know it makes no sense about the power supply. Maybe I am doing something wrong in the BIOS....where do I have to go exactly to see the voltages?
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08 Apr 2013   #20

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It is usually the main page, or a hardware monitor section or something like that. Something you may try. It won't affect the voltages, but may help the BSODs. Go into bios and look at your sata controller. It will be set to AHCI, IDE or Raid. You have only 1 drive, so that is a problem and I assume they will not allow you to set ram timings, frequency and voltage. Go into bios and set everything to optimized defaults or just defaults is you don't have optimized. After doing that make sure your sata controller is set the same as it is now and selecy your DVD as 1ST boot device and the hard drive as 2ND boot device. Save and exit. See if there is any improvements.
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