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Windows 7: BSOD - Memory Corruption/Win7_Driver_Fault

02 Sep 2015   #1
sparkybear

Win 7
 
 
BSOD - Memory Corruption/Win7_Driver_Fault

I've already run Memtest86+ for 12 passes, about 24 hours, and the Windows memory diagnostic tool and neither found anything.

I just switched back to windows 7 as a fresh install. Wiped and formatted all hard drives minus a storage drive, and I've literally replaced all my hardware except my RAM. I've updated everything already, windows updates, drivers, etc.

I am getting the same crash as I was in Win 8 and 10 where the computer will freeze and audio will start to skip followed by a BSOD. I've attached the files below.

EDIT:

As of 1am on Sept 3rd, I've used the appropriate hard drive tools from Seagate and WD to check my drives for errors. Defraged, done a full virus scan, as well as done a standard ChkDsk on all drives. Run SFC as well. Seems that the issue primarily comes while playing a game and is preceeded by about 30 minutes of really frame-y gameplay. I don't think it's the GPU's as I literally RMA'd and replaced them two days ago. I updated both GPU's to the new BIOS and reinstalled drivers. Still no luck.


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04 Sep 2015   #2
sparkybear

Win 7
 
 

Found one Trojan that was removed, along with another crash but with no BSOD this time. Simply a freeze followed by unresponsive desktop and skipping audio
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