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17 Sep 2011   #1

Windows 7 x64
Random BSOD on windows 7 Bluescreen viewer results also included

Hello guys. am a newbie to this forum. Recently i have started getting the BSOD problem on my aspire timeline x. i did normal virus scans and nothing was found. after researching more about it i came upon this forum and i hope you guys can help. am a student and cannot afford to send my laptop to repair at acer.

The computer usually crashes when i have many YouTube video loading and MSN messenger running in the background. it has also crashed on random occasions like surfing the net, playing song or even transferring files to my Hdd. The problem kind of started around a point of time where my system could not apply the new windows updates. i tried to do a system restore and it still did not help.

All my drivers are up to date.

Like requested on the other post i have attached the Windows_NT6_BSOD_jcgriff2 folder & the PERFMON HTML file.

Please help me find my way out of this. i have my final year projects to do and if possible give me as detailed instructions on how to deal with this.


Oh and BTW my system specs are :
Laptop model : Aspire Timeline X
Windows 7
64 bit
i7 core
ATI (HD 5650 graphics 1GB)
bought it from a computer shop with w7 pre installed
Laptop is around a year old
have not done any modification to the laptop
i have re formatted my laptop with a backup recently and problem is still there

My System SpecsSystem Spec
20 Sep 2011   #2

Windows 7 x64

hey guys i ran memtest86+ on my computer and after the 1st pass it always shutdown my computer. so i set up a table fan beside my laptop and ran the test again. this time my laptop did not shut down and it ran 8 passes with no error. so does this mean the problem with my laptop is overheating?
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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