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Windows 7: Different critical problems occur on the first boot in day

25 May 2016   #1
Mizogin

windows 7 64bit
 
 
Different critical problems occur on the first boot in day

Using Windows 7 64 bit. My computer isn't new, but I've changed RAM to Exceleram several months ago. It was working just fine for the next 2-3 months. A 1.5 month ago my computer just rebooted itself after about 3 mins of work. Then for the next couple of weeks nothing bad happend. But about a week ago when I booted it frozen after about 30 sec of work (Windows loaded normally). I've hard reseted it and it sayed that there is a problem with CMOS memory and suggested to set CMOS settings to default. I've tried to load one more time without doing it and exactly the same happend. Then I've restored CMOS to defaults and problem solved. But a couple of days ago it just frozen again, I've rebooted, but there was nothing said about CMOS. I didn't chane anything and it was working fine for the next 2-3 days. Then today the BSOD appeared after 25 min of work. There were no BSOD's in the previous cases. I'm just uploading a dump file to look at it, but probably won't understand anything. I doubt that someone can help me on that, cause I've already searched through the internet and found pretty much nothing. Except for the other people it mostly happens every day on the first boot, while mine can work fine for several days without this problems. It's too random.
EDIT: ah, sorry, a link that I found said that you can view a dump files on this forum, or I have misunderstand it. Already found a program for that. Says that it was caused by adress ntoskrnl.exe.




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26 May 2016   #2
pbcopter

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1, Windows 8.1 Pro x64, Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Hi and Welcome.

Have you replaced the CMOS battery in your computer? This battery keeps the time and the BIOS settings when the power is removed.
The batteries are not expensive and since you indicate that the PC isn't new, I would replace it. It is usually a CR2032.
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26 May 2016   #3
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

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ah, sorry, a link that I found said that you can view a dump files on this forum, or I have misunderstand it. Already found a program for that. Says that it was caused by adress ntoskrnl.exe.
You probably mean something like WhoCrashed, that file is a Windows core file which is certainly not the cause.
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30 May 2016   #4
Mizogin

windows 7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pbcopter View Post
Hi and Welcome.

Have you replaced the CMOS battery in your computer? This battery keeps the time and the BIOS settings when the power is removed.
The batteries are not expensive and since you indicate that the PC isn't new, I would replace it. It is usually a CR2032.
Hi, thanks for replying. I haven't replaced the battery since I bought this motherboard 5 years ago. But the clock works fine though. I will buy a new battery soon anyway. Currently I'm suspecting RAM which I bought 5 months ago. But need to be sure first - so I'm going to use my old RAM for a week and do memtests everyday. BTW Windows memory diagnostics tool and Memtest86 showed some problems or were simply freezing without showing errors. But as long as I know it also can be power supply or memory controller which I have in my CPU. Or even motherboard. I'll post here in about a week if I won't forget to)
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30 May 2016   #5
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Please read Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions so we can provide an analysis
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09 Jul 2016   #6
Mizogin

windows 7 64bit
 
 

Sorry for the so late posting. It was RAM. The manufacturer is Exceleram.
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