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Windows 7: Random Win 7 64-bit BSOD's

28 Dec 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Random Win 7 64-bit BSOD's

I was getting some random BSOD's when I started using my desktop PC again a couple weeks ago. It has fairly new components and I update the drivers regularly. I tried all I could to diagnose the dmp files and fix it myself, but after many continued BSOD's I gave up, wiped my drive, and re-installed Windows. After recieving yet another BSOD after my re-install, I booted Memtest to check my RAM and it passed 7 times looping with no errors. Since then I have recieved another BSOD for a total of two since my wipe yesterday. I would greatly appreciate any help diagnosing these frequent and annoying BSOD's!

Attached are the dmp files. I am running Win 7 64-bit OEM which like I said, I re-installed yesterday. I am re-booting out of safe mode to post my 'perfmon /report' because it apparently can't be done in safe mode.

Edit: I attached the perfmon report. It must have incorrectly analyzed my components because it says that they are all rated at zero. I re-did it and it did the same thing so I don't know what to think of that...



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29 Dec 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

OK, I used driver verifier and I literally could not boot windows to the user select page. I was BSOD'ing while Win 7 was booting at every start up attempt. Since I couldn't even get to safe mode, I went back to an earlier system image so I could actually boot. Luckilly the driver verifier dmp file was still there. I have attached it to this post.
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