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Windows 7: Multiple and various BSoDs

03 Mar 2010   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64-bit
Multiple and various BSoDs

All - After building my new PC last week, I've gotten tons of BSoDs of all varieties. Unfortunately, the earliest ones were configured to be dumped to a full dump file instead of Minidump, so no info readily available from them.

After sorting through various online forums, both here and elsewhere, I believe the errors are caused by my video card drivers or bad memory (my system specs are in my profile). Thus far, I have:
  • done a fresh install of Windows, still having errors
  • run Memtest86 ver. 4.0 on each stick individually and together for 6 passes in each, no errors
  • run chkdsk, no errors
  • run sfc /scannow, no issues
  • turned on driver verifier and produced some errors with AsIO.sys, deleted it, turned off driver verifier, and still have BSoDs
  • run prime95, rounding errors within a few seconds

Errors have occurred while computer was doing nothing but surfing the internet, playing YouTube videos, and most recently, while the computer should have been asleep. Unfortunately, I didn't document well enough to note which of the attached Minidumps came with each activity

I have read on an earlier topic here that Corsair memory has been known to not play nice with Windows 7, which obviously could be an issue. My novice mind believes that given the varied nature of the errors, it must be hardware.

Thank you in advance for your help, and let me know if there is anything I can provide to help you help me!

*EDIT* I forgot to mention that I manually set my memory to 9-9-9-24 and 1.500V in the BIOS, which are the exact specs printed on the memory sticks.

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05 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7 Pro 64-bit

About 36 hours gone by, still having BSoDs. Doubled checked that all drivers are up to date, all that I could find. Also, ran SeaTools on my Seagate hard drive, and it passed all tests. Sigh...
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