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Windows 7: BSOD from just regular browsing and gaming.

09 Jul 2015   #1
darksun003

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 
BSOD from just regular browsing and gaming.

Hello guys, I'm new here. I've been having a lot of problems with my PC. It either freezes or crash from a BSOD. This is from regular browsing and gaming. (I know my PC is super low end so I only play old games or Flash games).

I've followed the instructions on how to post a BSOD report.

Somewhere in this post you guys should be able to see the zip file(I'm not sure where since I'm new here)

Anyways, thanks for the help in advance if you guys can help me. Much appreciated.


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09 Jul 2015   #2
cluberti

Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

These seem to be all D1 crashes, but with different call stacks. First thing first, update all drivers (if you haven't already) and then see if the issue occurs. It would also help to have a complete (not mini) memory dump created the next time the issue occurs, as there's user-mode code on these callstacks that can't be seen in this dump type:
Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD
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09 Jul 2015   #3
darksun003

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Thank you for the reply sir. I will do just that. Also can you explain to me what is D1 crashes? Does it have to do with my graphic card?
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09 Jul 2015   #4
darksun003

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

I've followed the instructions on how to create a complete memory dump file but the option to choose the "complete memory dump" is not there. I have even created the virtual memory paging file with 4606mb(min) and 9212mb(max). Tell me what I did wrong for it not to appear as one of the options?

Edit: Nvm I've figured out how to make the "complete memory dump" option appear. I used the regedit and now it can be selected. All I have to do now is to wait for my PC to create a BSOD and generate the "complete memory dump" dump file.
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09 Jul 2015   #5
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

You can try it without actually waiting for the real BSOD.

Display the BSoD with 3 keystrokes
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09 Jul 2015   #6
cluberti

Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Make sure you REBOOT after making changes. Otherwise, it won't actually work - those debug values are only read in at boot, changes made during operation only take effect after a reboot.
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09 Jul 2015   #7
darksun003

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cluberti View Post
Make sure you REBOOT after making changes. Otherwise, it won't actually work - those debug values are only read in at boot, changes made during operation only take effect after a reboot.
Thanks for the heads up. Yes I've rebooted my PC. Sorry for the long reply had to do IRL stuff only now I'm using my PC. My PC didn't BSOD but it froze once before I log out. Still waiting for the BSOD. I like the shortcut idea that GoKay suggested but I want it to be "authentic" for Windows 7 to generate the BSOD. I know that may sound silly but that's just me.

Anyways, thank you for all the replies and help guys. I really hope I'll be able to find out what's wrong with my PC. I hope it's just my GPU because that's quite an easy fix for me to do since this is a crappy super low end SFF computer I can just buy a really cheap low profile GPU heck that's the only type of GPU I can buy.
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10 Jul 2015   #8
darksun003

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Yes! I finally get a BSOD! This time it's a 'complete memory dump' dump file. It's ready for your super amazing tech expertise to peruse. I realllly hope it's just my GPU and nothing else.

Once again thank you all for doing this. You guys are super awesome.
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10 Jul 2015   #9
cluberti

Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

If it crashed, you're going to need to zip and upload \Windows\Memory.dmp to a file sharing site (OneDrive, DropBox, Google Drive, etc). The tool does not capture those, because by default they're huge . You'll have to do it manually.
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14 Jul 2015   #10
darksun003

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cluberti View Post
If it crashed, you're going to need to zip and upload \Windows\Memory.dmp to a file sharing site (OneDrive, DropBox, Google Drive, etc). The tool does not capture those, because by default they're huge . You'll have to do it manually.
Sorry for the long reply. My GPU decided to die on me and was busy IRL for 2 days then I bought a new GPU (AMD radeon HD 6450 1 gig RAM(low profile)) to replace it. As it turns out I'm still getting BSOD. So if you look below I've zipped the memory.dmp file and uploaded it on Dropbox.

Thanks again. I appreciate your help very much.

Here's the link ---> https://www.dropbox.com/s/wkvzw6ma9p...EMORY.zip?dl=0
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