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Windows 7: Recently installed Custom made PC, Error 0x000000A1

23 Mar 2015   #1
Lavi

Windows 7 home premium 64bit
 
 
Recently installed Custom made PC, Error 0x000000A1

Hello

Wanna go through the whole situation to give any of you guys an idea of what might be wrong!

It all started yesterday while I was playing H1Z1 and the game started to do random crashes. Those random crashes eventually turned into bluescreens with three types of error codes one of them I am not entirely sure I remember correctly but I think it was the error code 0x0000007E. Then I also had 0x0000000A and 0x0000003B I attached two pictures of these BSOD.

I installed a program called bluscreenview so I could watch the errors, I looked it through quickly without caring about it and decided I would try to reinstall the PC in order to maybe solve some of the problems or all of them.

After the installation I still got BSOD but now from just browsing internet or trying to install the stuffs I want on my computer, however Im not entirely sure on what triggers the BSOD. The difference now compared to before the new installation of Windows 7 home premium 64bit is that its not the same three error codes but another one. The new error code is 0x000000A1. I once again decided to install bluescreenview but now to take a closer look and the strange thing is that after 3 BSOD the program still won't find a DMP file. Worth mentioning as well is that when I tried to install League of Legends and Conter-Strike: Global offensive both of the games stopped the install because of corrupted files.

I attached a zip file as well, strange thing with the zip file however was that I didn't manage to find any DMP file or crash reports. I am myself suspecting my SSD harddrive to be the problem but Im not sure.

I appreciate all the help I can get to atleast get pointed in the right direction in order to solve my problems

Thanks


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23 Mar 2015   #2
LordShadowWing

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

If you have a spare computer Download The ISO for https://www.ultimatebootcd.com/ and burn it to CD and let it run a memorytest with memtest86 all night and report your results Because I have seen this kind or crash before, and the cause was a faulty Ram stick.
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23 Mar 2015   #3
Lavi

Windows 7 home premium 64bit
 
 

Thanks for the reply, actually did a mem test earlier and as you said one of the ram stick was broken, running withou problems on one ram at the moment! 😃
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