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Windows 7: Finalizing BSOD (Guess So)


17 Apr 2010   #1

Windows 7
 
 
Finalizing BSOD (Guess So)

After Teaching me alot of tricks and tips of causing BSOD from here, i reinstall windows 7, after installing updates it seems BSOD came after, that, i now ran Memtest86 V3.5 and no errors found for my RAM, so i gueess it's no hardware problem as on winxp, it was working good, without any BSOD, so after installing Windows 7 this BSOD live in my PC , anyway, i unninstalled ASUS Utlities and disabled updates also rename asus drivers.sys to .old as on of sevenforum friend suggest me, now i'm attaching the LAST added 4 dump file and will decide whether i'm going for Windows 7 or back to XP,, i have seen aloota ppl had issues with BSOD from Windows 7,
anyway here is my last 4 DUMP FILES
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probably caused by:
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041710-18922-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) ntkrnlpa.exe
041610-42167-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) halmacpi.dll
041610-22370-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) win32k.sys
041610-19796-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) ASACPI.sys

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P.s it seems there are MULTIPLED BSODS.. please finally help me, or suggest me what to do

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17 Apr 2010   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by djlevan View Post
After Teaching me alot of tricks and tips of causing BSOD from here, i reinstall windows 7, after installing updates it seems BSOD came after, that, i now ran Memtest86 V3.5 and no errors found for my RAM, so i gueess it's no hardware problem as on winxp, it was working good, without any BSOD, so after installing Windows 7 this BSOD live in my PC , anyway, i unninstalled ASUS Utlities and disabled updates also rename asus drivers.sys to .old as on of sevenforum friend suggest me, now i'm attaching the LAST added 4 dump file and will decide whether i'm going for Windows 7 or back to XP,, i have seen aloota ppl had issues with BSOD from Windows 7,
anyway here is my last 4 DUMP FILES
====
probably caused by:
--
041710-18922-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) ntkrnlpa.exe
041610-42167-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) halmacpi.dll
041610-22370-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) win32k.sys
041610-19796-01.dmp-(Caused By Driver) ASACPI.sys

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P.s it seems there are MULTIPLED BSODS.. please finally help me, or suggest me what to do
since you have this many causes of your crashes one has to start thinking hardware. You have tested the ram, no it is time to test the rest. use to find out what it means and what to try. http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...-what-try.html

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Ken
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