I've been trying to get Windows 7 to work on my Notebook HP Model DV7-1285DX for the longest time now to no avail. The install always goes without a hitch, but am plagued with BSODs from the word go
I've installed most every Beta version and every permutation of drivers
Always attributed the problem to unstable beta product & lack of official Windows 7 Drivers. My latest OS is the RTM with ALL of the hardware properly configured. HP has the Windows 7 Drivers for my model on their website (including the BIOS update which I installed)
I use the notebook for watching movies on my TV (connecting via HDMI) and I have been dealing with the BSOD as many as 4-5 times during a movie at times. The problem BSOD and reboots dont follow any recognizable pattern (sometimes I can get thru various movies with no BSOD, I dont get the BSOD ONLY while watching movies either - it happens just as much while using the notebook normally as well)
Since yesterday I've had 7 BSODs and I installed WinDBG to have a look at the data for the first time. I'm no expert but its completely random from what I see - the processes involved are different in each DMP
I ran MEMtest86 and got No errors
Can somebody who knows what the files "really" say have a look at the attached dumps and advise what I ought to do to fix this problem??
Any help would be more than welcome - Thanks