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Windows 7: Still getting BSOD

19 Jun 2009   #11
jfar

Vista Ult64, Win7600
 
 

Have you tried this yet, it may help.


SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker
SCANNOW.


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20 Jun 2009   #12
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Just start up Driver Verifier (as indicated above) and run it.
Use the system normally - a blue screen will eventually occur.
That dump report will (in most cases) lead us to the faulting driver (if this is a driver issue).

Loads of caveats because this is an inexact process. We keep poking away at it until it gives us something - then we hope that the something tells us what to fix.
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27 Jun 2009   #13
miketowninc

Windows 7
 
 

Raz,
I have the same problem as you. Were you able to fix the issue?
Please let me know!
Thanks
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28 Jun 2009   #14
razy60

windows 7 64 bit and dual boot Pinguyos
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by miketowninc View Post
Raz,
I have the same problem as you. Were you able to fix the issue?
Please let me know!
Thanks
Hi, After much messing about i found that the main culprit was a USB lead i was using to extend A usb receiver i use for my wireless keyboard. Since getting rid of the lead and plugging the receiver directly into the PC the problem has stopped.
I also changed in power plan settings: "put the computer to sleep. to NEVER" As part of the problem seemed to have been that when it automaticaly shut its self down it always failed to restart the hard drive correctly.
I can still manualy put the PC to sleep and it wakes fine.
I have not had a repeat of the problem since.
Usasma gave me some great pointers so maybe you can try some of his suggestions.
One thing you must do before trying any soft ware changes is check any and all hard ware to see if there is aproblem there first, as its probably the easiest to fix(not neccesarily the cheepest) Also any new or updated programs that you may have added.

Hope this helps or gets you going in the right direction

Raz
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12 Jul 2009   #15
razy60

windows 7 64 bit and dual boot Pinguyos
 
 

Further to my last post.
I have gone back to 32bit as i felt that 64bit may have been the main cause of my BSOD's, annoying thing is Ubuntu 64bit (which i expected to be a pain) runs fine.
So far 1 week no BSODS

BIG thanks to Usasma.


Raz
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12 Jul 2009   #16
miketowninc

Windows 7
 
 

Ya let me update too.
I ran whocrashed and found out my usb Wifi card was the problem!!! What a great program! Also i had to turn off CPU throttling in windows power saver.(That was for bcode 124). Good stuff. Im happy now! Thanks raz for the info And Vipermk2 for the software recommendation
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