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Windows 7: BSOD 0x00000109 just happening when using the PC

21 Feb 2014   #1
Samoth

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BSOD 0x00000109 just happening when using the PC

Hello guys, I am totally fed up with this problem and I beg for your help. Situation is the follwing: One HP Z210 Workstation (i7-2600, 2x4 GB RAM, Seagate HDD 500 GB) here is running Windows 7 64 bit with all its updates. Since last year in march this thing is producing different kind of BSOD with no regularity and I have absolutely no more clue. Since we have extended warranty from HP a lot of parts were exchanged: Mainboard, CPU, RAM, HDD and power supply. We ran MemTest to see that everything is OK, we did a HDD check to get a good result, I am running Prime95 now and its stable, I even cleaned that thing out completely to remove the dust. We reinstalled the whole computer by just having Windows and Updates on it and the computer crashed while it did updates. HP analysts researched the problem in their own environment and had only one BSOD due to a problem with hibernation mode when the RAM is fully loaded. They used a MS fix and the problem did not appear again. When they returned the machine to us, I turned it on and used HeavyLoad to max out the RAM, CPU, HDD space and graphics over a couple days. My colleague sent me a picture from a BSOD (0x00000109) and to me it looks like the problem still appears... somehow. I do have 30 crashdumps right here from March 2013 until February 2014. When looking into the crash dumps I can see a lot "memory_corruption" but unfortunately my ability concerning crash analysis does not reach too far. Hoping for help... Thanks in advance and have a great weekend :-) Samoth What


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