I've bought notebook HP Probook 4540s with Linux in it, then after all I've formated HDD and installed Windows 7 32 bit which I've have original CD and then I've had problems with BSOD (all drivers
where installed by program called HP support assistant). Then I've made RAM test from windows, HDD test, malware test, drivers and everything was ok on that, but from time to time numerous BSOD appeared.
Then I've installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit and the same thing come back again, after that I've tried all sorts of things from removing complitly Avast Free, doing bunch of things for last 10 days from those forum threads (to be honest I even don't know what I did from all those frustrations) and nothing. Now my frustration comes to the peak and I will put *.zip file made by your's SF Diagnostic Tool. So I'm begging for help.
Also I have an old original Windows XP CD which I will install if it will solve my problems?
Intel Pentium CPU 2020M @ 2.4 GHz
Mainboard HP 17F6 (Maybe drivers of mainboard are problem?!
RAM 6 GB (4096 MB ADATA; 2048 MB Hynix/Hyundai)
HDD Hitachi HTS ATA Device 750 GB
CD-ROM HP SN-208DB ATA Device
Audio IDT HD Audio Codec
Intel Display Audio
and other peripherals like bluetooth mouse, touchpad, hd webcam etc.
The most times BSOD happened is when I was surfing the net
and when I click on Start menu and restart.
In last two das 8 times BSOD appeared and everytime it was different bug check string but almost everytime fltmgr.sys was the crash adress. I thought that It had something to do with audio or video drivers? Or is it one of the RAM slots or cards (altho it passed several tests without any error).
P.S. sorry for my bad english. mrki69tua.rar
Thanks in advance!
P.S. 2, I'm ready to install even my old W XP and do step by step if necesary, if it would help.