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Windows 7: multiple types of BSOD

17 Jan 2016   #1
Ryan Wilson

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 
multiple types of BSOD

New custom Pc build. I have been having multiple types of BSOD, including "Driver IRQL Not Less or Equal", "System Service Exception", and also a "Modification of system code or a critical data structure was detected." stop error.
They have been becoming more frequent and I have not noticed a correlation in the programs that have been running at the time of the BSOD. These are happening with and without any internet adapter and graphics card drivers installed,
and without any virus protection (havent had a chance). I have done anti-virus checks and they have not found anything, and this is also my third time that I have reinstalled windows. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks.




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18 Jan 2016   #2
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Hello, Ryan Wilson and welcome to Sevenforums!

Please follow this guide when posting in the BSOD subforum as it will immensely help us solve your issue!
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

Cheers! /Boris
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19 Jan 2016   #3
Ryan Wilson

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 

I hope that is the correct file I was supposed to link to the thread,
Ryan
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19 Jan 2016   #4
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ryan Wilson View Post
I hope that is the correct file I was supposed to link to the thread,
Ryan
Yeah only problem is that there are no dmp files so could go through this guide:
Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD

And also, open up explorer and write this "%SYSTEMROOT%/minidump" into the address bar and if you find any files in that folder please upload them here in a zip file!

*update*

I've just noticed that for almost every system crash there has been an event saying the your system is overheating.

So please open up the computer and check the cooling as it might not be efficient enough, you might need to reseat the cpu cooler or buy a new one depending on what you have currently!

Thanks and Cheers!
-Boris
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20 Jan 2016   #5
Ryan Wilson

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 

I went into %SYSTEMROOT%/minidump, but the folder was empty. And also i took a look at the link you sent me, and I followed the correct steps to configure a small memory dump. Once i had finished the steps I got confused on what to do next.
could you tell me the process I need to do after i have finished the steps in the link
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20 Jan 2016   #6
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ryan Wilson View Post
I went into %SYSTEMROOT%/minidump, but the folder was empty. And also i took a look at the link you sent me, and I followed the correct steps to configure a small memory dump. Once i had finished the steps I got confused on what to do next.
could you tell me the process I need to do after i have finished the steps in the link
Oh okay well hm that's sad.

Well now if you have configured it correctly, the next time you get a BSOD it should create the dmp file which holds key information about why it crashed.

Did you look at your temps yet?

Cheers /Boris
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24 Jan 2016   #7
Ryan Wilson

windows 7 home premium x64
 
 

Thank you very much for all the help you have given me, but the problem was being caused by a faulty 8gb Ram stick.

Thank you/ Ryan
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25 Jan 2016   #8
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ryan Wilson View Post
Thank you very much for all the help you have given me, but the problem was being caused by a faulty 8gb Ram stick.

Thank you/ Ryan
Oh I see well glad you got it fixed!
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