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Windows 7: Long history of crashes, typically 0x0000001e KMODEs ntoskrnl+

20 Jan 2015   #1
testpattersn

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Long history of crashes, typically 0x0000001e KMODEs ntoskrnl+

This machine has a long history of crashing intermittently. I've historically told it's been related to graphics drivers, but I've uninstalled and reinstalled and wiped and started fresh with those dozens of times. I've also done the same thing with the network drivers, since the Killer/Qualcomm/Aetheros seem to be notorious for that.

I've run memtest and found nothing. I have not been able to reproduce the crash in any way, and it certainly doesn't seem related to stressing the system. If anything, the system's more likely to crash when it's cold and not doing anything.

I've attached what's been spit out of the DM log collector, a zip file of all the minidumps I see, along with a screenshot of what bluescreenoverview pulled from the dump files.

Any suggestions or advice gratefully appreciated.


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21 Jan 2015   #2
testpattersn

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Something I forgot to mention - other people have fingered the wireless driver but that's also something I've installed/reinstalled repeatedly.
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