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Windows 7: BSOD while gaming

18 Jun 2015   #1
Whaller

Windows 7 ultiamte x64
 
 
BSOD while gaming

Hi everyone, so this is my second post, i though i figured it out, but same problem is back. While gaming, at random point BSOD appear. Firstly i see my AMD graphic driver crashing, then black screen followed by BSOD. I alreaty tried uninstalling driver, running CCleaner for reg clean and installing newest one, didn't helped. GPU is not a problem, yesterday i got myself a new one, ATI Radeon R9 290, same problem. Any suggestions? I got this issue ONLY while gaming, not while watching videos, skype-calling or browsing net.

I tried sfc /scannow 5+ times, still finding corrupted files, at startup windows already did DISK scan, repaired few corrupted files, still no good. Thank you for your answers.

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One thing is very strange to me, and it is filename what caused it:
Unknown_Module_644c6d4d`020f000f


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20 Jun 2015   #2
Whaller

Windows 7 ultiamte x64
 
 

I tried to reinstall Windows today, still same issue. Is there possibility that mainboard is broken? Otherwise i have no idea what else should i think of. RAM seems fine, Windows Memory check found no problem, memtext for 2 hours also.

Also, this "Power" always shows 0%. What about this? I saw it once go to 5%
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