Quote: Originally Posted by buddhabn
ah there was something I did overlook. Thank you for pointing that out. On biostar chipset links there is one for 2008 and one for 2009. I must of accidentally hit the wrong one when downloading. I do hope this solves my problem.
Incase it doesn't, so far I have done furmark stress test for 30min as it would not budge over 75c. I'm not sure if I should have left it on more. I let memtest do 6 passes with no errors. I have also done windows memory diagnostics that's used before loading windows with no errors. I'll get back to you guys with the results!
Thanks for all the hard work you are doing to solve your problem. I really wish we could all just come over and hang out and help you fix it in person but the logistics are daunting. You are the model citizen when it comes to asking for help and being patient when your problem is not solved initially.
I've gotten two personal messages questioning this case from other posters about my assessment that Avira may be still to blame. It may be another program or driver
but the evidence is real -- something is still causing the kernels SwapContext_PatchXSave routine to address invalid memory. This has been attributed to software such as antivirus that used a "hack" to promote their products. Before 64-bit these products could reprogram the Windows kernel to their liking. Now they have to use these PatchXSave and PatchXRestore APIs it's not perfect but it helps.
Can you list all software installed on this computer? I just need to see if there's anything that patches the kernel as like Avira? Any Apple or Adobe apps?