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Windows 7: Regular BSODs with various codes on x64 sys.


16 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7 64bit
 
 
Regular BSODs with various codes on x64 sys.

Hello. Everyday I've got several bsods with various codes on my clear installed Windows 7 x64 system. I have read a lot of info in this forum (thanks!) but unfortunately these solutions won't work for my situation. I'm trying to work on that PC, but sometimes the system crashes every 10 minutes! I've already tested memory with included utility, it's OK, my power supply has enough power (500Watt), I tried to run the system with open case to avoid possible overheating... Nothing helps. Even the system is absolutely clean - it crashes anyway. Well, finally I've updated the BIOS, same result. Please, help.

Including the .nfo file generated by sysinfo32 utility.

Oh, I know the issue for AMD awy0001 driver - I also tried to disable AMD Live! in BIOS (that was the only way, cause i can't find any drivers at the asus site for that stuff, the only thing they've got is driver for ATK0110) - crashes anyway.

Please, help me! I really can't figure it out. With Win'XP everything works fine on the same system..

Thanks for your time.

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16 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Welcome!

I could give you some generic tips, like here: http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tml#post572070

but we really need your dmp files to give a more definite answer. It could be your anti-virus, network drivers, or anything else.

Please follow the instructions here for uploading those files.

Thanks!
~JK
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16 Feb 2010   #3

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Hey Jonathan_King, thanks for reply! Here are the dumps, sorry about my inattention. Finally one thing - I have no antiviral tools installed for the moment, and I don't really sure about possible viruses cause this forum is the only place I've visited since fresh install. Finally I hope you've got enough information about my system.
Thanks for your time again.
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16 Feb 2010   #4

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Try following the generic tips in the link I gave you for a system file check and memory test with Memtest86.

If you have the nVidia ActiveArmor, remove it.

If you get any more BSODs, upload the dmps and I will take another look.
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22 Feb 2010   #5

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Jonathan_King, hello again and thanks for reply!
I've scanned core system files as you adviced and also made several memtest86 passes - all tests were OK. But finally I looked at the memory timing settings and found difference between modules installed. All modules were the same freq, size and brand and this hmm bug knocked me out a little. Well I pulled one out and.. yeah baby no more bsods! However this is a good lesson for me, and I hope this thread can help someone else.
Thanks for your help - I studied some new features of Seven during my epopee.
Good luck!
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