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Windows 7: Another Crashing Problem

26 Mar 2010   #1
beltene

Windows 7 64 Bit Ultimate
 
 
Another Crashing Problem

Ok I have read allot of the forums Posted and yes I have the same general problem as most but I am hoping someone can give me a more specific answer according to my system.

I recently upgraded to a BFG 1200 Watt power supply Due to the fact that my 300 Watt Dell one could not power my Video card and the Liquid cooling unit at the same time. I installed the BFG GFORCE 250, a custom liquid cooling unit, and updated my drivers and such.

After making these changes i started to notice that my computer would freeze every now and then. I called dell and got confirmation that my system could handle the upgrades, and then dell had me call Microsoft. I got some great advice and the problem was solved for a time.

About three weeks ago I was streaming a video and my computer crashed and did a physical memory dump. When I rebooted theres was no log of the crash, so i thought little of it. But every time i try to stream video or play online games my computer crashes, I have tried updating my driver, I have done all the scans suggested, I have updated my programs, My LAN card is working fine, My Video card is good, My power supply is good, I have uninstalled and reinstalled windows, but i still have the same problem.

Microsoft says they are currently working on a solution but have yet to come up with one, they are just as confused as I am.

As noted before, every time the computer crashes and reboots there is no log or recognition of a crash. I have had everything on the system tested.

PLEASE HELP!!


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26 Mar 2010   #2
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by beltene View Post
Ok I have read allot of the forums Posted and yes I have the same general problem as most but I am hoping someone can give me a more specific answer according to my system.

I recently upgraded to a BFG 1200 Watt power supply Due to the fact that my 300 Watt Dell one could not power my Video card and the Liquid cooling unit at the same time. I installed the BFG GFORCE 250, a custom liquid cooling unit, and updated my drivers and such.

After making these changes i started to notice that my computer would freeze every now and then. I called dell and got confirmation that my system could handle the upgrades, and then dell had me call Microsoft. I got some great advice and the problem was solved for a time.

About three weeks ago I was streaming a video and my computer crashed and did a physical memory dump. When I rebooted theres was no log of the crash, so i thought little of it. But every time i try to stream video or play online games my computer crashes, I have tried updating my driver, I have done all the scans suggested, I have updated my programs, My LAN card is working fine, My Video card is good, My power supply is good, I have uninstalled and reinstalled windows, but i still have the same problem.

Microsoft says they are currently working on a solution but have yet to come up with one, they are just as confused as I am.

As noted before, every time the computer crashes and reboots there is no log or recognition of a crash. I have had everything on the system tested.

PLEASE HELP!!
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