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Windows 7: BSOD on win7 64Bit


04 May 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan_King View Post
If you don't know what overclocking is, you're not doing it.

Overclocking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

How long did you run Memtest for?

You should also run a torture test on your CPU. Download the appropriate version of Prime95 and let it run for a few hours.
OK thats fine... but whats the reason for bsod? It occured only 2 times so far... after that no bsods so far... i just read in dmp file its due to some file error "ntoskrnl.exe"

May i know whats the reason behind that? help would be appreciated


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04 May 2010   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by innovat0r View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan_King View Post
If you don't know what overclocking is, you're not doing it.

Overclocking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

How long did you run Memtest for?

You should also run a torture test on your CPU. Download the appropriate version of Prime95 and let it run for a few hours.
OK thats fine... but whats the reason for bsod? It occured only 2 times so far... after that no bsods so far... i just read in dmp file its due to some file error "ntoskrnl.exe"

May i know whats the reason behind that? help would be appreciated
nstokrnl.exe is reported for a lot of different BSOD errors. Your Error is of the 0x000000c5 type and in my experience is casued the most by a driver.

Update your drivers for your graphics, wireless, lan, sound, motherboard, etc, essentially everything you can to their latest versions and let us know.
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04 May 2010   #13

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Some programs report nsoskrnl as the cause because that was the last in the stack. That is a critical system file, and is highly unlikely to cause a BSOD. Any bugs in that file would be gotten out before the beta builds even.

I believe the cause of your BSOD is hardware. Usually either RAM or CPU.
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