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Windows 7: BSOD - Multiple errors (1a - 1f - 50 - 51 - 18 - fc)

20 Feb 2013   #1

Windows 7 ultimate 64
BSOD - Multiple errors (1a - 1f - 50 - 51 - 18 - fc)

First are my specs.


i7 3770k
HD Radeon 5770
1 x 120GB 840 Pro Samsung SSD (OS)
1 x 2TB Hitachi (Back up - This does have have another copy of windows on this from my previous computer)
2 x 4GB Vengeance 1333
1 x 850w PSU (80+ Gold)
ASRock Extreme 4 motherboard (latest BIOS)

So I just installed windows last week. I've only had this configuration for about a week now. I do have the most recent BIOS and Video card driver. Every time I get the BSOD error, it is usually something different. I've gotten 1a, 18, 1f, 17..I can't remember all of them. I know that when I reinstalled my video card drivers...I went into safe mode and uninstalled all of the previous ones and installed the new ones and the computer ran fine through a few games of cs:go which before then it wouldn't do at I figured I fixed it but now (JUST BLUE SCREENED - this time it was 3b) anyways. I figured it was fixed but obviously its not lol. Here are a few things that could be causing this, but I have no clue.

1. Device Manager - There is a caution sign next to the following

"Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller"
"Universal Serial Bus (USB) Controller"
"Unknown device"
"Video Controller" (This isn't under "Display adapters") but rather other devices

2. "Display driver AMD has stopped responding and has recovered"
This happens pretty often. Usually every time I boot up but the video drivers are up to date. Could this have anything to do with the drives on my other drive? not sure.

3. Video Card Control Panel
I've checked the temps and what not, nothing seems bad with the video card.

4. Everything in the system is new other than the video card. The RAM, Motherboard, Processor, PSU, primary drive, and case (not that it matters) are ALL brand new.

The only things in the system that aren't new are the secondary drive and video card.


Could it be the RAM? I mean it's brand new...not sure.

6. 2.0 pci-e video card in a 3.0 pci-e video card slot

Surely this can't be it...

Anyways...thank you in advance for all the help.

*Computer blue screened 3 times while trying to type this out :'( *

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