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Windows 7: BSOD help


30 Oct 2009   #1

win7
 
 
BSOD help

The blue screen is becoming more and more frequent and i am about to just format and reinstall. Hopefully someone has an easier and smarter solution
What else can i do?
Can anyone help me out with this please?


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30 Oct 2009   #2

7600.20510 x86
 
 

"dxgmms1.sys" - Did you do any tcp/ip patching or similar altercations to the network stack? If so, undo them. Possibly could look at 3rd party firewall or antivirus here. Completely uninstall them as opposed to just disabling.

"Game.exe" - whatever this is, your pc doesn't like it. I suspect you do know what it is but if not, could be malware. Scan your system with Malwarebytes and/or remove this software.

"0x50" You have this error code in another dump, so again I suspect antivirus software.
Bug Check 0x50: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

"usbehci.sys" - something is going on with memory leaks perhaps. Possibly related to Game.exe referenced earlier in my post.

I've only read the last four dumps, timewise. If you perform the suggestions I've said with no resolution, I or others will look further into this for you.

Good luck.
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31 Oct 2009   #3

Win7x64
 
 

In addition to what torrentg said...

I'd be pretty surprised if you don't have yourself at least one hardware issue, and maybe more. A couple of those dumps are also suggestive of software symptoms, but
they're in the minority. Suggestions for trying to resolve or at least identify hardware problems:

1) Update your BIOS.
2) Update all hardware-related drivers (NIC, chipset, video...).
3) Don't overclock.
4) Ensure adequate cooling.
5) Run a few hours worth of memory diagnostics.

Software:
6) Update or remove this Comodo firewall driver (and the rest of Comodo with it):

Image path: \SystemRoot\System32\DRIVERS\cmdguard.sys
Image name: cmdguard.sys
Timestamp: Sat Aug 22 01:05:30 2009 (4A8EB7BA)
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01 Nov 2009   #4

win7
 
 

Thanks guys havent gotten a bsod yet and thanks
BUT i have a new problem i am getting
"Windows Explorer has stopped working."
it only happens sometimes but when it does it happens like 10 times in a row

i googled it and found this
How to fix “Windows Explorer has stopped working” in Windows 7 | Web Talk

but i dont know if that is safe or if it will even work, i was wondering if you have any other suggestions?
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01 Nov 2009   #5

Win7x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lastxresort View Post
Thanks guys havent gotten a bsod yet and thanks
BUT i have a new problem i am getting
"Windows Explorer has stopped working."
it only happens sometimes but when it does it happens like 10 times in a row

i googled it and found this
How to fix “Windows Explorer has stopped working” in Windows 7 | Web Talk

but i dont know if that is safe or if it will even work, i was wondering if you have any other suggestions?
Explorer can crash for many different reasons, and the workaround you linked to may or may not be related to your specific symptom - it's not posssible to tell without additional data.

The level of risk with that registry alteration would be very low. You might want to back up the SQMClient key contents (right-click and choose "export" in Regedit), then test what happens when you delete that MachineThottling value.

If it doesn't help, double-click the REG file you exported previously to put everything back the way it was.
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