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Windows 7: Random BSOD - Fresh install, fresh system


15 Jan 2010   #1

Windows 7 x64
 
 
Random BSOD - Fresh install, fresh system

Hi. I have installed a whole new windows 7 pro x64. My new mobo an ASus p5e3 pro along with new ram pc12800 gskill 2x2 ddr3 (running in 1066mhz due to my q6600)

Everythingi s running perfectly...except some random BSOD. 4 total this week.

I have posted a pack of dump file in here, the last 4 ones are the ones that represent the 4 BSOD I had and that I cannot explain.

the others ones are for various reasons, crashes who happenned during installation but that I was able to resolve.



What is weird is that my BSOD only happenned when I was surfing explorer on when the CPU was idle at night, with utorrent running.


today mc pc got BSOD at 11:54 AM after 1 night or running perfectly. it is open since then and running perfectly again.

All the afternoon for 4 hours it loaded utorrent, I cam back from the university and started to play empire total war and lot of MW2 multiplayer.

Everything is working perfectly, no BSOD !! But I'm afraid to leave my pc open this night...when the BSOD happen I usually have to reboot manually because if it reboot by itself it lead to a DOS screen saying to select a boot device.


Help me someone... I cannot believe me G-skill memory are faulty, otherwise they would have failed in-game.

I suspect nvidia drivers 195.62 can be responsible for thoses bluescreen. The power management tool is not working properly and whatever the option I choose in the nvidia panel it will sometimes lower my frequencies and sometimes it will keep the stock one.

A strange thing also is that my CPU is lowering it's speed in a kind of power saving option, but I turned intel speedstep off so it should not do it should it ?

IS there a problem running pc12800 in 1066 mhz ? I do not want to maintain my FSB to north bridge to 400mhz all the time cause it heat my system a lot. I use that function from time to time for hard gaming sessions. (crysis for example)

PLease help !

Thanks for your help already.


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16 Jan 2010   #2

Windows 7 x64
 
 

I think I must also mention that BSOD didnt always give the same message, wich lead me to confusion in my troubleshooting research.
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16 Jan 2010   #3

Windows 7 x64
 
 

- bump

I really need help :/
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16 Jan 2010   #4

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

I can't see anything common for all the crashes , what antivirus are you using ?

can you also download and run from boot memtest86 for at least 3 passes then post back with your results ?
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16 Jan 2010   #5

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Thanks for your answers.

I do not use anti-virus. I only have CCleaner installed for now. Will probably get hijack this and another spyware defender.

For the memory part, Well I have been told by some computer enginner that software used to test memory can damage the memory. Is it really safe ?

Like I said, the last four dump file are the one that cause me an headache. The others ones are due to circumstances I was able to fix.

If you confirm to me that memtest86+ pose no risk for my memory, I will eventually give it a try.
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16 Jan 2010   #6

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Here is another blue screen, the daily one.

I gamed all the after-noon. everything went well. Tonight I started listen hockey to tv and left my cpu alone for 20 minutes. I come back in the room and BSOD right there ! PFN_List_Corrupt or something like that.

I have attached the .dmp file in there.

Hope this can help find a solution...I also reverted back to nvidia driver 190.38.
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17 Jan 2010   #7

Windows 7 x64
 
 

-bump
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17 Jan 2010   #8

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ManOwar2 View Post
If you confirm to me that memtest86+ pose no risk for my memory, I will eventually give it a try.
MemTest is a RAM reliability tester that runs under Windows. It evaluates the ability of your computer to store and retrieve data accurately. A correctly functioning computer should be able to do both these tasks with 100% accuracy day in and day out.

If your computer fails these tests, perhaps because of old hardware, damaged hardware, or poorly configured hardware, it will become less stable and crash more often.

Even worse, it will become even less stable over time as corrupted data is written to your hard disk.

Excessive heat , static electricity, shock damage and faulty manufacture is how RAM can be "bad" and damaged

please run the test and we can move on ?

Another question is can you force a blue screen situation , such as maybe when it sleeps ?

While we are debugging this problem try avoid changing too many variables
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17 Jan 2010   #9

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

also please unninstall your Logitech QuickCam software to remove these drivers
Quote:
LVUSBS64.sys fffff880`019f0000 fffff880`019fa900 0x0000a900 0x46429db3 10/05/2007 04:21:07
lv302a64.sys fffff880`03b6a000 fffff880`03b6c380 0x00002380 0x46429ddf 10/05/2007 04:21:51
LV302V64.SYS fffff880`03a58000 fffff880`03b69880 0x00111880 0x46429e0f 10/05/2007 04:22:39
and see if your system stabilizes ?
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17 Jan 2010   #10

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ickymay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ManOwar2 View Post
If you confirm to me that memtest86+ pose no risk for my memory, I will eventually give it a try.
MemTest is a RAM reliability tester that runs under Windows. It evaluates the ability of your computer to store and retrieve data accurately. A correctly functioning computer should be able to do both these tasks with 100% accuracy day in and day out.

If your computer fails these tests, perhaps because of old hardware, damaged hardware, or poorly configured hardware, it will become less stable and crash more often.

Even worse, it will become even less stable over time as corrupted data is written to your hard disk.

Excessive heat , static electricity, shock damage and faulty manufacture is how RAM can be "bad" and damaged

please run the test and we can move on ?

Another question is can you force a blue screen situation , such as maybe when it sleeps ?

While we are debugging this problem try avoid changing too many variables
I will try memtest soon...

But I have already uninstalled the logitech drivers. My brother is a computer studend and he is the one who installed my windows 7. As soon as we talk about BSOD he told me to remove that webcam. I told him no it work fines.

But with your suggestion I removed it.

Then windows update try to install them again, one called logitech driver (2007) and the other one ACPI or something like that. the ACPI update failed(I did not know it was related until it tells me it's a device not compatible) and I excluded the logitech one. The error message for that failed update is as follow :

''
Description
Driver Management concluded the process to install driver NULL Driver for Device Instance ID USB\VID_046D&PID_08AD&MI_00\6&1782AF90&0&0000 with the following status: 0xe0000203.
''

I verified on logitech the serial number of my Communicate STX webcame and noticed the drivers for this specific serial numbers are not compatible with windows 7.

I think I may have found the problem. I will still try memtest soon. Do you suggest me the memtest86 or the memtest86+ ??? one is version 3.5 the other one vers 4.0 ? Is there a better one between the two or a safer one ?

I have not experienced BSOD since I removed Nvidia driver 195.62 and replaced them by 190.38 thought...


More info to comes durings the next comings days. Again thanks for your answers, your work on this and your patience.

This forum is wonderful. I will also try to help people when I can. I feel I owe you something already



PS : I do not think I can force a bluescreen since it's always random. The last one happenned yesterday after 16 hours of use with no BSOD...I was not doing anything specific... Thanks for all your advices, again.
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