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Windows 7: BSOD problems

09 Mar 2010   #1

Win7 Pro x64
 
 
BSOD problems

Hello,

I've been trying to fix my BSOD problems with Windows 7 pro x64 for a good part of 2 weeks now but with no success it seems
Here's what I have done so far:
Tested CPU (Prime 95)
Tested RAM (memtest)
Tested Vcard (futuremark, pcmark, furmark)
All the tests passed and temperatures are within the norm even under full load.

PC config:
P5e3 pro asus mobo with q9550 quad core, 4gb of 1600Mhz 2-chan ram OCZgold, ATI 5850 v-card etc.
I have installed all the latest drivers I could find, yet still I have 3+ BSODs a day. Some of them seem to point to DX11 issues: dxgmms1.sys, however a lot of them happen during simple OS use (browsing, archiving, idle).

Could someone please point me to something of value?

4 most recent dmp files attached

Thanks in advance

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09 Mar 2010   #2

 
 

Update your video card driver. http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_ca...indows-7-64bit
If you're overclocking, stop.

5 passes with memtest?
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09 Mar 2010   #3

Win7 Pro x64
 
 

As I mentioned I have all the latest drivers I could find (that includes the v-card). Problem happens regardless of overclocking/stock/underclocking. And crashes happen even during non-gaming (ie non-video-card intensive uses).
Oh, and memtest ran overnight
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09 Mar 2010   #4

 
 

Similar topic handled here.

This user fixed his problem with a clean install and disconnecting his ethernet cable during install. Have a look. Hope this helps you.

http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...gmms1-sys.html
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09 Mar 2010   #5

Win7 Pro x64
 
 

I've looked through all of my cores and it looks like 'ntoskrnl.exe' was one of the (or only) culprit in all the BSODs. Seems not very likely that it is a v-card driver issue.
If all else fails I will try full win reinstall with the offline driver installation, but I would prefer not to resort to such a drastic step just yet.
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