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Windows 7: Windows 7 64 Bit BSOD

18 May 2011   #11
gtjr92

windows 7
 
 

I already checked those driver files previously
Quote:
3/11/2011 - I checked the Bios64.sys file in the windows drivers directory and it is dated 6/10/2009. Not sure why the software showed it as 2003.
The cisco vpn is my virtual VPN driver it's only enabled when I am connected to VPN.
The LMirr file is for logmein which I also use and that software is up to date as well.
I am very appreciative of your help. Here is what I have done this week
I ran the furmark test no issues at all. My card never went above 70 degrees and that was after the test ran for a few hours.
Ran Prime 95 for 6 hours no issues.
Ran OCCT tests, ran all of them. The only thing I had there were 7 errors (that could be because I was running a dvd editing program in the background and forgot about it)
on the power supply test which tests the GPU and CPU at the same time.
I ran the same test a second time the next day with zero errors.
There is no log of what the errors were, just a log of the temperatures.

I can try a different NIC I have a few of them laying around... Any other suggestions?

The weird thing about it all is that most of the time when it gets a bsod noone is even on the computer... I don't play any real games on this pc, this pc is not tasked much at all. Mainly internet browsing, and applications like word etc. I do edit some videos here and there, use windows media center some, but nothing that puts it at it's limit.


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18 May 2011   #12
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Which date for the BIOS64.sys file is 2009?
Quote:
Date Created
Date Modified
Date Accessed
etc
I suspect that the BIOS64.sys file is the source of your issues.
But there are indications that it could be video or networking - that's why I suggested trying a new NIC and video card (just make sure you can return them to get your money back!)

If you're feeling courageous, you can try this....
1. Set a System Restore Point
2. Backup all your stuff (in case this hoses your system)
3. Make a Startup Repair disk (Start...All Programs...Maintenance...Create a System Repair Disc)
4. Rename BIOS64.sys to BIOS64.BAK and reboot to see if there are any problems.
If you can't boot into Windows, try Safe Mode and then use System Restore
If you can't use Safe Mode, then try the Startup Repair disk and use System Restore from there.
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20 May 2011   #13
gtjr92

windows 7
 
 

[QUOTE=usasma;1404007]Which date for the BIOS64.sys file is 2009?
Quote:
Date Created
Date Modified
Date Accessed
etc
All of them the same date. I did see the file is read only would that matter?
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21 May 2011   #14
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Search the system for BIOS64.sys - somewhere in there is the file with a 2003 datestamp.
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