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Windows 7: Windows 7 64bit BSOD

03 Jan 2010   #1
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Windows 7 64bit BSOD

I have just upgraded my system. And installed Windows 7 64bit edition.

My System Specs :

Intel Q9400 processor
MSI P45 - C51
Team 8GB ram
MSI NS210
WD Blue 500GB

I installed everything and it was working fine. Thats when 1st time my graphic driver failed it went blank and windows manage to get it back working again. I was thinking it could be a graphic driver issue. So i did a Windows update and saw a few driver updates for my Graphics, Ethernet, Audio.

After this thats where all my BSOD started to come in.. I tried opening a Parition on my other drive. It will load that drive and later it just crashes. This happen a couple of times. Then for unknown reasons while using I just get BSODs. Even when i lock my computer and go off and i find it just crashed.

I tried playing a Video file on Windows Media Player and i notice its struggling to play as its kinda laggy.

I do not know how to read all the dump files. From browsing in this forum i learnt and have complied a list of my dump files.

Hope you guys can help me out..


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03 Jan 2010   #2
BWK

 

Have you scanned your registry for any type of errors?
http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/dmp
http://www.fileinfo.com/software/uni...trybooster.php
I have never tried the uniblue product but if it will do a free scan for you why not try it....here's a couple more to try.
http://software.informer.com/getfree...an-and-repair/
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03 Jan 2010   #3
computersplus

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
What I Would Do

I would go to MSI website and download all current 64 bit drivers for your board it's always best to use the drivers direct from mainboard company
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03 Jan 2010   #4
Pauly

Win7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Just checked your dumps variety of error codes in there
I would start by running memtest86 to check your ram
Memory Diagnostics
run this for a min 5 passes or if poss leave running overnight
also run file system check from elevated command prompt
start>cmd.exe(right click run as admin)>type, sfc /scannow
this wiil check for any file corruption/errors
Also update all drivers/bios/chipset

Note: when updating drivers etc dont use win update go to manufacturers website for each individual components and download the latest software for your win version
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Jan 2010   #5
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BWK View Post
Have you scanned your registry for any type of errors?
DMP File Extension - Open .DMP files
Uniblue RegistryBooster 2010 - Fix File Extension Errors
I have never tried the uniblue product but if it will do a free scan for you why not try it....here's a couple more to try.
Free microsoft reg scan and repair Download - microsoft reg scan and repair Files
I tried running the scanner you mention. I got total 247 System Related Errors and 12 User Related Errors?

Wat should i do now fix them?
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03 Jan 2010   #6
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by computersplus View Post
I would go to MSI website and download all current 64 bit drivers for your board it's always best to use the drivers direct from mainboard company
Ok, I will give this a try and see
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03 Jan 2010   #7
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
Just checked your dumps variety of error codes in there
I would start by running memtest86 to check your ram
Memory Diagnostics
run this for a min 5 passes or if poss leave running overnight
also run file system check from elevated command prompt
start>cmd.exe(right click run as admin)>type, sfc /scannow
this wiil check for any file corruption/errors
Also update all drivers/bios/chipset

Note: when updating drivers etc dont use win update go to manufacturers website for each individual components and download the latest software for your win version
I run the sfc /scannow and have no problems. I will try running yr Memory Diagnostics. Also if i go to my manufacturer's site to download the drivers, then how about the current ones I have installed? Just uninstall them and replace with latest or just run the drivers from the manufacturer straight away
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03 Jan 2010   #8
The Carnage

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

just a thought... Is the drive PATA or SATA, as my secondary HDD is serial and crashes every 5 minutes, then windows finds it again, never happened on XP... the primary PATA HDD works fine...
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03 Jan 2010   #9
newbie1234

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by The Carnage View Post
just a thought... Is the drive PATA or SATA, as my secondary HDD is serial and crashes every 5 minutes, then windows finds it again, never happened on XP... the primary PATA HDD works fine...
Forgot to mention. My Primary Drive is SATA.

I got 3 other HDDs. 2 are SATA 1 is a PATA.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Jan 2010   #10
BWK

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
Just checked your dumps variety of error codes in there
I would start by running memtest86 to check your ram
Memory Diagnostics
run this for a min 5 passes or if poss leave running overnight
also run file system check from elevated command prompt
start>cmd.exe(right click run as admin)>type, sfc /scannow
this wiil check for any file corruption/errors
Also update all drivers/bios/chipset

Note: when updating drivers etc dont use win update go to manufacturers website for each individual components and download the latest software for your win version
Any way to point them in the right direction for detecting bios manufacturer for updating? Bios can be a messy thing.
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