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Windows 7: Need a bsod analyser , Thnx.

21 Sep 2013   #11
iHateBsods

Windows 7 enterprise 64bit
 
 

is there anything i can do to (Make sure) that the problem is faulty cpu? , BTW!! i forgot to tell u , In safe mode It dosnt bsod , but i cant monitor temps as i think safe mode switches off cpu temp thing

And i tried doing a clean boot but it still bsod'd so Im sorry for missing such maybe important information :O thnx for eny help


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21 Sep 2013   #12
Arc

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Lol ..... critical issue, beyond the debuggers ability to resolve

Try one thing. Get some thermal paste. I recommend Arctic Silver. Open the computer. Remove teh CPU. Clean the old Stock thermal paste, and apply new paste there. Also, clean all the air vents and fan grills, without breaking anything.



Report us when done. Does it change anything there? If not, you have three options left there.
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21 Sep 2013   #13
iHateBsods

Windows 7 enterprise 64bit
 
 

OOHh im soo stupid im sorry
But I just remember that I forgot to tell u that it dosnt bsod in safe mode , I tried running in safe mode and no bsods .
But I tried a clean boot and it still bsod'd
I hope this helped Thnx for all help
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21 Sep 2013   #14
iHateBsods

Windows 7 enterprise 64bit
 
 

oh and btw Arc I already put new thermal paste on cpu about 3 weeks ago When I was trying to solve this problem... my temps whent down ! but still same prob
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21 Sep 2013   #15
Arc

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Your post #3 is enough to determine what is going on there.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by iHateBsods View Post
Hey thnx for replying extremely fast , I forgot to tell you guys something , I did a Gpu stress test and no bsods and I did a cpu stress test and I got bsod every time after about 5-10 mins (after my cpu reaches to about 65c) CPU: intel i5 3570k 3.40ghz And I did mem86 test and it passed with no problems Do u still think I should approach what u said to do? thnx for eny help
Now, if you want us to continue here, do what is suggested; or close the case.

If you try to convince me otherwise, and even if I am convinced, the CPU will not be convinced. It will crash again, after reaching to that said temperature.
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EDIT : you post too frequently ... and change your statements at that rate. Before completing typing .... your new post jumps in and it states something contradictory.
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oh and btw Arc I already put new thermal paste on cpu about 3 weeks ago When I was trying to solve this problem... my temps whent down ! but still same prob
No more evidence is needed to rule the CPU out as failing. Now you have three options left there.
  1. Fly to USA and get the CPU replaced.
  2. Buy a same CPU in Jordon there.
  3. Let the computer crash.
I have nothing more to suggest.
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21 Sep 2013   #16
iHateBsods

Windows 7 enterprise 64bit
 
 

hi arc Im sorry for so many posts And thank you very much for all your help
But i wanna ask u 1 last question : how come i dont get a bsod or crash or enything (In Safemode )? Thnx alot mate
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21 Sep 2013   #17
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by iHateBsods View Post
hi arc Im sorry for so many posts And thank you very much for all your help
But i wanna ask u 1 last question : how come i dont get a bsod or crash or enything (In Safemode )? Thnx alot mate
Safe mode dont use most of the drivers. So it uses the minimal settings for the hardware. No additional pressure on anything.

Apparently the BSODs (all those you supplied) were caused by two latest versions of display drivers. Display Driver is not used in safe mode. No question of BSOD so arises.

We applied a driver version which is known to be more stable. Now it should let go and observe.

But, the real fold of the issue is CPU stress test results. If it is crashing during CPU stress test, even at 65 degrees, it is unstable CPU.

In safe mode, the temperatures are not reaching at that level (65 degrees or more, as per your statement), so it is not causing CPU temp driven BSODs there, too.

Hope it is clear now?

Questions are always welcome, mate Ask how many you want. But resolving the issue needs actions, from your part.
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22 Sep 2013   #18
iHateBsods

Windows 7 enterprise 64bit
 
 

thnx a lot man
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22 Sep 2013   #19
iHateBsods

Windows 7 enterprise 64bit
 
 

hey again :O there is something odd , I tried using an old graphics card that was a spare in my house (gtx520) And this time windows Bsod'd at 90C! when I was about to stop it , it bsod'd so isn't that from overheating? thnx
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22 Sep 2013   #20
Arc

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iHateBsods, I said it even earlier that if you want to convince me something, you may get a success. I will be convinced. But your computer will not. That will require action in the proper direction, not the haphazard random ones that you are taking.

Next time, post back only after implementing the suggestions that you have got.
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