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Windows 7: BSOD error code Help NTOSKRNL.EXE AND NCIP.SYS

14 May 2012   #11
Vir Gnarus

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Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

They all are still showing up rather random errors. You can try running Driver Verifier again with all checks on except Low Resource Sim, IRP Logging and Force Pending I/O Requests and provide us any more crashdumps after that. But these bugchecks you're experiencing have hardware-based symptoms.

Try running Memtest86+ for 7+ passes. If that doesn't show up anything, I honestly will have to believe that the Motherboard or the PSU is as fault, with the PSU more likely. I'm seeing very high skew on all your voltage rails coming from the PSU. If you don't have anything overclocked (I sure hope you don't) then this is most likely a PSU failure we're dealing with.


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19 May 2012   #12
MehBrZD

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

okay then, thank you, would you happen to know a good program for burning .iso's to a disk, otherwise i can do all the other stuff asap, i will try look for an ISO burner and do the driver verifier again
is the psu is stuffed i might as well not send it back to the place where i got it from and rather just buy a proper one and me and my friend can have a learning session on which wire goes where....
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19 May 2012   #13
MehBrZD

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

just an updater typ thingy, everytime on everyburning program i have used for this computer it seems to have an effect where eventually everything thing else stops working, but bit by bit as how i can open the windows, then not then not be able to do less and less.... hmmmmm. psu problems?
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21 May 2012   #14
Vir Gnarus

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64-bit
 
 

Windows 7 can natively burn ISO's onto disk. If you want a 3rd-party program for it, you can use ImgBurn or InfraRecorder (both free).

As for your problems with burning a disk, there can be a number of reasons why your computer is doing that. PSU can do it, yes, but also a bad optical drive, a bad hard drive, or a driver can be the cause of it. Most likely it's a hardware problem though.

If you wish, you can set up the PC to crash manually. Do this with the instructions mentioned here. Then, when everything is set up (make sure to restart after you make the changes), try burning an ISO again. Check to see if things are getting more and more sluggish using simple tasks (like attempting to open start menu or right clicking a file). Do not attempt anything large like opening another application. Now, when things are starting to get very unresponsive, press and hold the right-side Ctrl key and press ScrollLock twice. It should eventually crash, and create a crashdump for us to look at.

I would highly prefer to use the MEMORY.DMP file located in your Windows directory, as opposed to the minidump, but it's a very big file even when zipped. Still, if you can upload it to the 3rd-party filesharing site, that would be good. I prefer you use a meta upload site like upload.to or mirrorcreator.com for this.

Of course we may be just dodging the issue and it may very well be the PSU that is the problem.
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30 Jun 2012   #15
MehBrZD

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

thanks for all your help, in the end i took it down to my local pc shop and they revealed the problem/s to be the the 4th ram stick and the 4th ram slot.... so one probally killed the other but i can live with only 12gb of ram instead of 16gb
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