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Windows 7: Boot Problem

08 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7 64 bit
Boot Problem

System Spec's

Windows 7 64 bit
DDR3 1333 OZC
Graphics Card(s)
Sound Card
Monitor(s) Displays
ILYAMA Prolite E2407HDSD
Hard Drives
Seagate 1TB 32MB Cache
Coolermaster Hyper TX3

Drivers i have installed:
Bios Version:
Chipset Drivers:
AMD Chipset Driver V1.3.0.49 for Windows 7 32bit/64bit--(WHQL).
Audio driver:
VIA Audio Driver V6.0.1.7400 for Windows 32/64bit XP & 32/64bit Vista & 32/64bit
LAN Driver:
Realtek RTL8111C LAN Driver V7.3.522.2009 for Windows Win7 32bit/64bit
ESATA Controller Driver:
Marvell 61xx ESATA Controller Driver for Windows 32/64bit XP & 32/64bit Vista& 32/64bit 7
Graphic's Card Driver:
Catalyst 10.1 for windows 7 64-bit Edition

Programs Installed:
ASUS AI Suite (For case & CPU Fan control)
ASUS Update (for updating bios)
ASUS Cool&Quiet (later on removed but some of the links weren't removed)
Bitdefender 2010 (Trial version)
Ati Catalyst Control Center (Installed with Graphic's Card Driver)

Describtion of the problem:
This is a new Computer I built it a month ago, at first the computer worked fine I had installed the drivers and programs mentioned above and the system's performance where great, the same day I had installed windows 7 and played Crysis severall times the computer had no problems with starting up and turning of windows 7.
The next morning I started the Computer and it rebooted when windows was loading before the computer rebooted there was a flash of an blue screen.
after the computer was done loading the BIOS it gave me 2 options: Start windows and Start the repair tool.
If I start windows exactly the same happens.
If I start repair tool it gives me a blue screen sometimes.
After I have succesfully runned the repair tool windows starts normal again and i can play the whole day, i can even turn the computer of for about 2 hours and start it again.
but the next day i get the same problem again every day.

This is what i already tryed:
Reinstalling Windows.
Flashing the BIOS.
Deinstalling unessesary programs (AI Suite and Cool&Quiet but they keep showing up in the BIOS) and Crysis.
Scanned for virusses with Bitdefender Trial.

My question are:
How can I solve this boot problem every morning?
Can I keep al the programs i have installed?
Do I need to give more information?
And is the zipped .dmp in the attachment the blue screen error?

Sorry for my terrible English
Thank you already just for reading this.

Greetings: Bart-Jan

My System SpecsSystem Spec
09 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 64 bit
What i've done yesterday (09-02-10)

I have searched the forums and google and found a few programs that could find the problem first i have runned cmd.exe wich had found no errors after cmd i had run CHKDSK wich also found no problems and i have also tryed to run memtest but it wouldn't work i think i have a wrong version or something like that.

I also got the problem again, The computer had been off for about 7 hours when i started it again, i still don't know if it helps and if its even neccesary to upload the .dmp but to be sure i will upload the .dmp again (wich probally contains the new BSOD Recieved this morning with startup and yesterday).
My System SpecsSystem Spec
09 Feb 2010   #3

Windows 7 64 bit

oops i've uploaded the .dmp from yesterday this is the one from today.
My System SpecsSystem Spec

13 Feb 2010   #4

Windows 7 64 bit

well i have solved the problem by installing windows 32 bit.
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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