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Windows 7: Periodic blue screen memory dump help please


05 May 2009   #1

Windows 7 Build 7077
 
 
Periodic blue screen memory dump help please

I'm getting a memory dump restart every once in awhile and I don't know the cause. This is a brand new PC built part by part so I'm not certain if it's hardware or software related. Any help would be much appreciated.
Here's the dmp file: (change extension from txt back to dmp)

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05 May 2009   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

try to remove all your drivers which you installed manually and search da laest drivers in the net and install agn.
Or
Go to safe mood and disable 1 driver which you installed manually and go back agn to normal mode n check like wise do it for all the drivers which u installed.
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05 May 2009   #3

 

And for future reference, don't install 3rd party drives unless your device simply does to work - Windows 7 has many native drivers that work well oob without any fiddling required.
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05 May 2009   #4

Windows 7 Build 7077
 
 

Thanks for the tips although the only driver I manually loaded was for my GPU and that was via NVIDA's website. I'll check them all out though.
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05 May 2009   #5

 

If you loaded the nVidia driver for Win 7, I suppose that is OK....
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06 May 2009   #6

Windows 7 Build 7077
 
 

Uninstalled it and then reinstalled it. No change...must be a different one. Any way to identify which one?
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06 May 2009   #7

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

The dump file is helpful, the only thing not itemized is your PSU. Looking at the logs, it appears to be a problem with video. My guess is the video cards not getting enough power, it's causing your monitor (GH-ACH243SH) to fail - obvious symptom of the video card(s) failing. . Using the Nvidia drivers *may* address the problem. If you're getting BSODs, it's helpful to note the error code.
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06 May 2009   #8

Windows 7 Build 7077
 
 

Hmmm...it's a brand new Scythe 1000 watt psu so there should be plenty of power...maybe voltage? I haven't done any overclocking so everything should be default. How can I retrieve the error code?
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06 May 2009   #9

Windows 7 build 7201
 
 

i had the latest beta driver from nVidia. I had it installed twice. Each time it crashes my PC when I switched on my monitor after switching it off for some time. Reverting to the default driver that Windows 7 installed with will resolve the issue.
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06 May 2009   #10

Windows 7 Build 7077
 
 

Went the other way and installed the latest drivers and so far so good...although for some reason there is a serious lag when right clicking on the desktop and the NVIDIA control panel isn't showing up there anymore. Other than that it seems better. (Far Cry 2 is certainly quicker now)
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