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Random BSOD WinPro7 64bit SP1 w/Highpoint RAID
I am new as a poster to this forum, but my searches in the past have turned up excellent answers. So I am very optimistic that someone here will be able to help me resolve this issue.
Customer has a 2yr old Dell Inspiron 580 w/Core i3 540 running Windows 7 Pro 64bit.
Some more resource intensive stuff was coming down the pike, so we upgraded the RAM from 4 to 8 gigs and added a HighPoint RAID controller (2 WD Terabyte drives).
The upgrade process proceeded without any issues. The RAID was initialized, partitioned and data copied. No errors, no glitches. I even downloaded and installed Windows 7 64-bit SP1 after all the new hardware was in place.
OK, so the machine has been back on-site for about 3 weeks. They are experiencing random BSODs at rate of 2-3 a day, and I cannot determine the cause.
I have posted the dump file here:
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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