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Windows 7: Arma 2 related crashes and BSOD's

27 Feb 2011   #1

win7 64
Arma 2 related crashes and BSOD's

I have had 2 months of attempting to fix ARMA 2 so it will work with my system, Win7 x64, nvidia 260, xonar 1.3, pentium D 3ghz, 8 gigs ram,
It was working fine previously on win xp pro 64,
I have so far,
gotten a diagnostic from a computer store (said it was bad hard drive...)
Reinstalled Windows.... twice
Changed hard drives
ran memtest for 48 hours with no errors
ran sfc /scannow no problems
tried every single nvidia driver with varied results none of them good
tried every tweak in biforums that nvidia people use.
have reinstalled every patch in ARMA 2 and the game itself 10-15 times
used CCleaner registry repair
and finally become .... very.... frustrated. after a month of this.

bsods i usually see were oxooooo5c this last time was a 01e i have seen 01f and 07f, during my process here
I hope i have attached enough info I really don't know what else to do. I am going to youtube videos to learn diagnostics.
Please let me know what other info to gather and how I read the what to post forum and just did a search for all mdmp files created today.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
27 Feb 2011   #2

win7 64

Okay here is the standard dump stuff per the sticky
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Mar 2011   #3

win7 64

I really need help with this please!
My System SpecsSystem Spec


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