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Windows 7: BSoD after PC start up to desktop

02 May 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
BSoD after PC start up to desktop

Hey guys and girls!

Some you may have noticed I posted an issue about a BSoD I had after OCing my PC the other day.
Without any replies I managed to get it up and going after resetting my BIOS.

Unfortunatly now though, I've come to an issue where once I shutdown my PC and boot it back up, after about 1 min of loading the desktop, my PC crashes with a BSoD.
I can reset my BIOS again, and restart and it works fine, but again, after I shutdown and boot it up the next day, it does the EXACT same thing!

I dont know what the problem is and I really need a hand with this.

I have uploaded the dmp files in a RAR. Please note that the dates for 2009 are because of the CMOS reset which also resets my date and time settings, so they are the most recent BSoDs.

Thanks in advance!

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02 May 2013   #2

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Also problems if not overclocking?
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02 May 2013   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

The issue I'm having now is at default CPU settings, so no overclocking involved.
EDIT: Ill run a test now actually! During the test I went and had a shower and came back to see it had Blue Screened during the test! Ill attach the dump file now.

Thanks for the quick reply!

EDIT2: So I ran another test and the results came back with no errors and this time I didn't get any Blue Screens.

EDIT3: Well after no response and a couple more days, the BSoDs have gone. I don't know how or why, but I haven't had one for at least a few days now.
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