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Windows 7: BSOD, multiple issues - nvlddmkm.sys ntsokrnl.sys dxgmms1.sys hal.dll

09 Mar 2014   #11
Ghostofdelta

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Second time had no issues running the test.

Screenshots uploaded in a rar file

Please let me know if I am meant to change any settings or do anything else with the screenshots (I really don't frequent forums or post on them much)


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10 Mar 2014   #12
Ghostofdelta

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

UPDATE: SSD despite saying it was at the latest firmware has decided that it actually wasn't and offered me an update. PC rebooted successfully.

I will see how things go form here, hopefully this fixes the issue.

Thanks for all your help mate, greatly appreciate it
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10 Mar 2014   #13
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ghostofdelta View Post
UPDATE: SSD despite saying it was at the latest firmware has decided that it actually wasn't and offered me an update. PC rebooted successfully.

I will see how things go form here, hopefully this fixes the issue.

Thanks for all your help mate, greatly appreciate it


Anyway, let us know about the situation.
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13 Mar 2014   #14
Ghostofdelta

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Went a day and a half without a blue screen or any reset issues. I then tried updating to the latest nvidia drivers (as well as geforce experience) so I could use shadowplay again. Trying to reboot from that again resulted in boot up issues (unsure if coincidence), with windows failing to launch and or hanging at the windows loading screen. I also got one blue screen yesterday.

I have uninstalled the current drivers and am going back to the one you linked me to, and will see if both issues still occur and report back.

The reset issues are a minor issue really, as my pc boots up fast and it doesn't happen often. The bsod is a pain though.

Sorry if I am being frustrating by trying to move through quickly through this, I had hoped that the firmware update on the ssd would have fixed the issues.
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13 Mar 2014   #15
Ghostofdelta

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Bluescreened while uninstalling the last of the nvidia drivers. Have had a huge amount of reset issues during and after installing the new ones.

Uploaded the latest two dumps.
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14 Mar 2014   #16
Ghostofdelta

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

I had another bluescreen.

Used bluescreen view to look into it, and said it was ntsokrnl.sys

Hal.dll was the second last process running (assuming I read the program correctly).

Maybe it is a problem with voltage? Doing a quick google search indicates some people had that as in issue even without overclocking.

Is this an easy thing to test?
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14 Mar 2014   #17
Arc

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Uninstall BSview.

Post the crash dump in your reply, following the BSOD posting instructions.

And, dont try random fixes.
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14 Mar 2014   #18
Ghostofdelta

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Uninstall BSview.

Post the crash dump in your reply, following the BSOD posting instructions.

And, dont try random fixes.
BS view isn't installed. I got a program I can open up without having to install it (I figured not installing new things would be a good idea at this time).

You are going to smack me in the head for this, but I ran ccleaner without thinking. Dump is unfortunately gone, will have to wait for the next one.

Also not trying random fixes is a great idea, I won't make changes to anything without you or another experienced person saying so.

I ran memtest again to see if anything came up, and all was clear there still.

Anything to suggest looking at while I wait for another blue so I can post the dump?
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14 Mar 2014   #19
Arc

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Any program other than windbg cannot give you a fair idea about the causes of the BSODs, and even windbg results sometimes are not very specific. When the results are not specific, it is to search a lot to determine a fair reason.

Without seeing the data, any suggestion is just a guesswork, so not worthy at all.

If you report a BSOD, dont forget to attach the supporting data.
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14 Mar 2014   #20
Ghostofdelta

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Any program other than windbg cannot give you a fair idea about the causes of the BSODs, and even windbg results sometimes are not very specific. When the results are not specific, it is to search a lot to determine a fair reason.

Without seeing the data, any suggestion is just a guesswork, so not worthy at all.

If you report a BSOD, dont forget to attach the supporting data.
No worries, will do so straight away in future. I attached the two previous ones to the first post, but I should have posted them in the reply where I mentioned the new bluescreens right?

Put them here just to note that these are the latest ones ie the ones reported in the last few days
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