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Windows 7: BSOD caused by driver ntoskrnl.exe

17 Oct 2013   #1
osmeus

New York
 
 
BSOD caused by driver ntoskrnl.exe

I have gone to cmd and checked disk, also I checked ram until four windows of 2047mb were up to 30% with 0 erros and the bsod in safemode network. I went on safemode and the ntoskrnl.exe BSOD'd my safemode w/ network. I have attached my DUMP files so that you experts can analyze it with your godly knowledge about computing software. I bow to you, please hgelp me.

sorry its a little unorganized but im a little sad about this and my feelings wont let me think straight. Please help me, my ssd is good 100% empty of erros from chkdsk thingy. I love you please help me.

EDIT: FORGOT TO UPLOAD DUMP FILES HERE THEY ARE

EDIT: DUMP FILES CANNOT BE UPLOADED WITHOUT PERMISSION, TRIED TO ZIP THEM BUT STILL, NEED PERMISSION I SUCK HERE IS A SCREEN SHOT OF THE THING


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17 Oct 2013   #2
osmeus

New York
 
 

let me know what you guys think okay? I will be up all night waiting for a reply or two. Maybe more if I'm lucky, I am alwayts one of the last oens to receieve replies so I guess I will be patient.
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17 Oct 2013   #3
osmeus

New York
 
 

Also, The games have nothing to do with it because I just downloaded them and have not played them. But they shouldnt be a problem since they are legit programs and they arent suppose to cause bsod since I have a more than decent gpu. my last pc was hjorrible and it ran those games on low and never crashed. My pc is always below 50c on all componetnts since i never max the power of the gpu cpu etc. Also, I haven't [played much games for the whole month I have had it. just until now I got tired of re installing and doing everything I dont know what i was doiung im tired i havent enjoyed mt 1000 dollars computer i worked my ass off at work geting paid 9 dollars an hour sigh please help. you will really make my year and very happy. take care I will stay up for a bit more I gotta get up tomorrow early for work
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19 Oct 2013   #4
osmeus

New York
 
 

bump
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19 Oct 2013   #5
therealaitch

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
 
 

I'm not going to be any help here but as no one is answering I'll tell you what I know.
I've had a similar problem and it's the only problem I've never fixed myself. Had to take it in and pay!
It could well be a wireless, lan or bluetooth driver. What you need to do is download the drivers from the manufacturer if possible. Do a restore point, one at at time rename the existing drivers and uninstall. Click check for new hardware and guide it to your new driver. If you let it re-install the old driver the problem will remain. Repeat with other drivers, if needed try the mouse and keyboard drivers.
If all goes wrong the restore point will put everything back.
It's a tricky problem to solve at home so if you can afford I would suggest taking it in to the shop.
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19 Oct 2013   #6
osmeus

New York
 
 

how much did it cost you to take it in to the shop? I am actually thinking of doing that as I cannot find any help. I've posted the same thread on different forums, in different versions, but I guess not many people know how to deal with it. And I also suspect its a driver, since after I install the drivers is where the problems start.
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19 Oct 2013   #7
therealaitch

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
 
 

It cost me 60, ($95) which I think was way too much. You should get it done cheaper, but stick with a reputable shop.
I live in a small town so not a lot of choice.
Where I took it they installed the driver off their hard drive which is a much better way than trying to install it from your own. Sometimes it's worth paying out.
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20 Oct 2013   #8
osmeus

New York
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by therealaitch View Post
It cost me 60, ($95) which I think was way too much. You should get it done cheaper, but stick with a reputable shop.
I live in a small town so not a lot of choice.
Where I took it they installed the driver off their hard drive which is a much better way than trying to install it from your own. Sometimes it's worth paying out.
which drivers?
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