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Windows 7: diff setup, same WIN7 41(63) crash

03 Apr 2010   #1

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diff setup, same WIN7 41(63) crash

Athlon Phenom quad 2.7Ghz,ASUS MeN72D MB, matched 4GB DDR2s, 2 Nvidia 8500's SLI'd and about 750GB of hard storage, 500 watt PS, in a 6-fan case, 2 Acer 21" LCDs. Happens overnight almost every night. Also happens when I start a browser (both IE and FF) after other graphic activity such as playing a game, etc. Temperatures and voltages are all nominal on reboot. Started just after the fresh install upgrade to 7 from XP, but it was a completely fresh install, no migrating.
This terrible instability is very frustrating; I even recently lost Firefox completely during an upgrade of a FF component when the system suddenly rebooted. Had to uninstall and reinstall FF. There is no warning either, and I can't find any explanations for the crashing anywhere. So add my tears to the pool.

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03 Apr 2010   #2

windows 7 prfessional

Took screenshot of logs; have created text file of eventlog around the time of the last crash. Will share if anyone wants to see them.
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 diff setup, same WIN7 41(63) crash

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