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Windows 7: Very frequent BSOD. Sometimes not even at keyboard, disruptive.

28 Sep 2013   #11
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Even the verifier enabled minidumps are not showing any faulty drivers. So it is not caused by any driver, it is a hardware issue.

Disable Driver Verifier now.

Memtest is free from errors. So we need to care the other hardware.

Stress test the Graphics Card using Furmark.
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Stress test the CPU.
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Check if the Power Supply Unit (PSU) supplying adequate power to the computer or not.
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Alsolet us know the wattage of the PSU.

Is the computer hot? Report us the heat of the computer after a couple of hours of your normal usage. Upload a screenshot of the summery tab of Speccy.

Let us know the results.


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28 Sep 2013   #12
kiaace

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit 6.1 build 7601
 
 

Surfing the Net:
Speccy reports 75-85C for my CPU (fluctuated a lot over 15 mins), 75-80C for motherboard, 59-80C for GPU and 30-35C for hard drive. This is when I'm at the table and I have a large table fan blowing right next to the heatsink. Idletemps of 65CPU 65Motherboard 70GPU 35HDD

In Dota2 (which is pretty much the most intensive thing I use the computer for)
92 92 86 35. Metal rim along left side of laptop near heatsink becomes incredibly hot. Usually operated next to the fan.

Will run tests tomorrow, sleepy.
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28 Sep 2013   #13
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kiaace View Post
Surfing the Net:
Speccy reports 75-85C for my CPU (fluctuated a lot over 15 mins), 75-80C for motherboard, 59-80C for GPU and 30-35C for hard drive. This is when I'm at the table and I have a large table fan blowing right next to the heatsink. Idletemps of 65CPU 65Motherboard 70GPU 35HDD

In Dota2 (which is pretty much the most intensive thing I use the computer for)
92 92 86 35. Metal rim along left side of laptop near heatsink becomes incredibly hot. Usually operated next to the fan.

Will run tests tomorrow, sleepy.
You need to control the heat. Get a servicing done .... dusting and re-apply the thermal paste.

And, get a cooling pad for the laptop.
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28 Sep 2013   #14
kiaace

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit 6.1 build 7601
 
 

I stopped the Furmark in 4 minutes. Hit 100C and I got worried and turned it off. No artifacts.
2 hours of CPU testing and it's clean. Looks like it's a heat problem then...I'll go get the heatsink replaced. Kinda afraid to open my laptop so I'll pay a small fee.

Just one last thing. PSU reads +19V --- 4.74A
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