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Windows 7: BSOD due to kernel.

14 Oct 2009   #31
Herox

Windows 7 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by H2SO4 View Post
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Wow i was watching a movie trailer on firefox and seeding an anime on utorrent with pidgin up and got a new bsod, yay. The AV has been removed.
Another crash which smacks of hardware problems. Physical memory backing the msrpc.sys image does not contain what it should.

I'd suggest you uninstall the 3rd-party firewalls as well. Should BSODs along these lines continue afterwards, it becomes incredibly optimistic to hope for a non-hardware cause.

Ok fine? Its the hardware. What Am I supposed to do then? I cant buy anymore ram. Ok? So my pc is pretty much usless right?


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14 Oct 2009   #32
H2SO4

Win7x64
 
 

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Ok fine? Its the hardware. What Am I supposed to do then? I cant buy anymore ram. Ok? So my pc is pretty much usless right?
My aim is to help you diagnose the nature of the problem. What you do after that is probably best decided once you've had a bit of sleep. Problems seem smaller in the morning.

I'd still suggest you uninstall the firewalls first and then test some more.
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14 Oct 2009   #33
Herox

Windows 7 x86
 
 

THE FIREWALL IS PART OF THE GOD DAMN AV, ITS ONE DAMN PROGRAM. Jeeze. I already said its gone. I think Im going to just go back to windows xp. I have no other choice in this matter. If I go back and have no issues then it was indeed something fighting with windows 7. This is all I can do i guess. Im extremely upset. I dont want to sleep now. Im way to upset. There is no fix. I bought ****ed up ram and now my pc is a giant paperweight. Ok? Good? GREAT!
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14 Oct 2009   #34
H2SO4

Win7x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Herox View Post
THE FIREWALL IS PART OF THE GOD DAMN AV, ITS ONE DAMN PROGRAM. Jeeze. I already said its gone. I think Im going to just go back to windows xp. I have no other choice in this matter. If I go back and have no issues then it was indeed something fighting with windows 7. This is all I can do i guess. Im extremely upset. I dont want to sleep now. Im way to upset. There is no fix. I bought ****ed up ram and now my pc is a giant paperweight. Ok? Good? GREAT!
Best of luck. I hope it works out OK for you.
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14 Oct 2009   #35
Herox

Windows 7 x86
 
 

Yea because the help here was lovely. You know what, vista had less problems then this.
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14 Oct 2009   #36
Herox

Windows 7 x86
 
 

Ok I let the thing idle for 8 hours while I slept running NOTHING, except windows system files and a stat bar which is just a lil thing that will record the pcs uptime. No crashing no bsod no nothing. The cpu didnt even get higher then 10% when i checked it. Currently I'm running pidgin, a ram munching mmorpg and FF (obviously to be typing here) and no issues what so ever. I don't understand why I bsod and if it really is linked to my ram or not. The ram is made to sync with the integrated ram speed. Faster or slower depending on what it wants. The most possible thing is, its just defective, but then wouldnt it bsod because of everything? If NOT running utorrent is what makes it not bsod then I'll do that.

Sorry for the out burst from before, I was really upset and tired and when I start something I like to finish it then and not wait.
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14 Oct 2009   #37
ickymay

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

theres a thread running here talking about a Utorrent related bsod

are you using a wireless card with a Ralink RT61 chipset ??

heres more on the Utorrent forum people experiencing bsod with wireless cards, word seems to suggest it's a Utorrent rewrite needed :
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14 Oct 2009   #38
Herox

Windows 7 x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ickymay View Post
theres a thread running here talking about a Utorrent related bsod

are you using a wireless card with a Ralink RT61 chipset ??

heres more on the Utoreent forum casuing bsod with wireless cards
No I am running wireless with an intel chipset. It may have the same issue.

Ok for the past 4 hours I have been playing Lunia, a ram munching MMORPG. Running pidgin and i ran FF now. No bsods all day. My antivirus is also uninstalled (including the firewall). I have not run utorrent though. It may not be that utorrent is upsetting the kernel, but its upsetting hardware that is upsetting the kernel. It may not be it directly but indirectly.

Its 100% possible.
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14 Oct 2009   #39
ickymay

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Herox View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ickymay View Post
theres a thread running here talking about a Utorrent related bsod

are you using a wireless card with a Ralink RT61 chipset ??

heres more on the Utoreent forum casuing bsod with wireless cards
No I am running wireless with an intel chipset. It may have the same issue.

Ok for the past 4 hours I have been playing Lunia, a ram munching MMORPG. Running pidgin and i ran FF now. No bsods all day. My antivirus is also uninstalled (including the firewall). I have not run utorrent though. It may not be that utorrent is upsetting the kernel, but its upsetting hardware that is upsetting the kernel. It may not be it directly but indirectly.

Its 100% possible.
well for sure it doesn't seem a problem exclusive to the ralink card , in fact the Utorrent forum thread talks about the intel chipset

the good news could be it's beginning to look like a software and driver conflict, meaning your RAM is possibly ok

I would be tempted to install and run Utorrent now and see if I could create the bsod
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14 Oct 2009   #40
Herox

Windows 7 x86
 
 

Well lunia just crashed on me (not a bosd, it had a runtime error, common issue in the town). So meh I could find an anime or something to DL. Sounds like a plan.
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