Greetings. Yesterday I bought a new system.
CPU: Intel I7 860
MB: Gigabyte P55A-UD4
GPU: PCI-EX Sapphire Vapor X 5770 1GB
RAM: 2x2GB Corsair TW3X4G1333C9A
HD: WD Caviar Black 1TB SATAII
PSU: ZALMAN ZM600-HP 600Watt
After installing Win 7 64bit the first thing I installed was drivers
for the Ethernet adapter in order to get online and get the latest drivers for the rest of the system devices. However I checked for system updates first, in order to have windows find the rest of the devices and install the drivers automatically for them. During the installation of an update the system crashed and tried to reboot. The reboot failed and the system crashed again. On next reboot I tried logging in Safe Mode. No luck. The system crashed again. I run the memtest that is included in windows but no error was found. With no other option I logged in through the recovery console and restored the system to a previous restore point before the updates were installed. After that the system started normally. I installed the rest of the drivers, latest version of Direct X and everything seemed to be ok. Untill I started getting BSOD. Total of 3 times in about 4 hours of being on. There was no set pattern on them to suspect anything in particular. In all 3 cases a memory dump was created. Currently the only applications installed on this system are Vuze-Azureus, Mozilla Firefox, Zipgenius, ESET NOD32 AV and the Combined Community Codec Pack (CCCP) for video rendering as well as the drivers and applications that come with the MB for the system and the GPU. No games or anything else. (Even WoW was started through an old folder without being installed.)
To avoid any misunderstandings I will say that both Windows 7 and the rest of the installed applications are original.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.