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Windows 7: first bosd after a month of win7 usage

02 Aug 2011   #11
applei

Windows 7
 
 

thanks for your advice once again.
The overheating issue happened on the first round. The second and currently the third series of BSOD does not present with any overheating problems.

I just sent / reported the problem online, however it gave a "no solution found" dialog box, and added message that "When solutions are available, they will appear in Action Center."

Does it mean that there is currently no obvious or direct problem solving methods for these BSOD happening on windows 7, I dont have that when using vista at all, even with 2 anti-virus running at the same time.

Also I paid up for norton subscription so it doesnt make sense that i discard that and to use a free malware tool from microsoft.

It seems windows 7 is really problematic since I started using.


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02 Aug 2011   #12
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by applei View Post
thanks for your advice once again.
The overheating issue happened on the first round. The second and currently the third series of BSOD does not present with any overheating problems.

I just sent / reported the problem online, however it gave a "no solution found" dialog box, and added message that "When solutions are available, they will appear in Action Center."

Does it mean that there is currently no obvious or direct problem solving methods for these BSOD happening on windows 7, I dont have that when using vista at all, even with 2 anti-virus running at the same time.

Also I paid up for norton subscription so it doesnt make sense that i discard that and to use a free malware tool from microsoft.

It seems windows 7 is really problematic since I started using.
The minidumps though points to hardware error propably cpu.

I dont believe that windows 7 are problematic

And yes to use two antivirus in the same system cause troubles and in many cases bsod.
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