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Windows 7: Constant BSOD's and program crashes while in use or idle

08 Feb 2013   #1

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64bit
Constant BSOD's and program crashes while in use or idle

For the last three months or so this has been an issue and at this point I'm thinking it's my RAM but wanted to check to see what everyone else thought. I use my pc for gaming (mostly battlefield 3 and planetside 2) and also as a media server for the home and away. I have teamviewer always on so that I can access my PC when at work. So the programs always running are teamviewer, unified remote, plex, and Serviio. I use two media servers because Serviio works best for my home network devices and plex for remote access. When I am away and have my PC on it will BSOD on its own and reboot or get many program crashes. The event viewer only tells me event id 1000 for many different programs like explorer.exe, bf3, etc. I have to reboot to get it to work again. I can be playing a game and it will crash randomly and I have to reboot. My system is clean. Checked for rootkits, full mbam scan, combofix all in safemode. I posted the dump logs accordingly. Hope you can help make sense of them for me. Thanks!

AMD Phenon X6
Zotac GTX 560ti
Patriot Gamer Series 2 RAM (8GB)
Barracuda 7200.12 1 TB
Cosair GS600w

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08 Feb 2013   #2

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