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Windows 7: Random BSOD mostly occurs while Gaming/Watching Movies

31 Jul 2013   #1
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Random BSOD mostly occurs while Gaming/Watching Movies

I have just built a new computer and I have installed windows 7/8 multiple times but I continue to get BSOD's regardless. I have used the drivers from the Disc that came with the ASUS Motherboard and the graphics driver that came with the card, as well as downloading multiple other versions from the internet, yet no fix. The crashes are happening much less frequently since installed the 13.6 AMD Catalyst driver beta for 7900 series yet it has still BSOD'd once since while idling. Here is the only dump file I have from the crash uploaded as an attachment. I have done a ram test and it turned out fine and the computer seems to be in perfect working order apart from the random crashing. There are no problems with graphic quality/smoothness or anything else so I'm clueless as to what to do. If someone could please decode any problems from the minidump file that would be extremely helpful, and even more so if anyone could find a fix. Thanks for reading!

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