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Windows 7: Replaced Motherboard Mutliple BSODs (Stop codes + dmp files attatched)

01 Sep 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Replaced Motherboard Mutliple BSODs (Stop codes + dmp files attatched)

Hello All! sorry for vague title, I didn't want to make multiple threads taking up space. This is my first post, I read how to post, I'm a little tired and I apologize if I missed something. I recently replaced my mother board to a MSI X58a-GD45 I did format and re-install windows and I keep getting BSODs randomly as well as gaming in BF3. Below are my specs:

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Mobo: MSI X58A-GD45
Processor: Intel i7 970
Ram: Corsair Dominator 6GB Tri Channel (XMS Profile)
HDD 180GB Intel SSD (OS) + 1TB WD (Programs + Storage)
Graphics Cards: (2) PNY XLR8 560Ti 1GB Running in SLI
Sound: Creative Titanium HD PCI-e

Tests So far:
Memtest 86+ for about 5 hours
SFC / scannow command
Other Misc Hardware Tests for Mem, Processor, and Mobo
Disk Check

and everything checked out good. Updated video driver, sound driver, Ive done all that I can think of and I'll keep getting random BSODs. Ive gotten 8 in a week or less.

Here are a few of the stop codes that I got a look at:

Some of the BSODs did not have stop codes, I looked in the event view and just said something about kernal Power, and some I didn't get a chance to take down, but they should have DMP files with I have included in my attachment using the SF tool. I know its a lot to go through, But I GREATLY appreciate any of the help I get! Trying to find out if its just software, or what, and If I need to replace my Mobo again.

Let me know if there is anything else needed.

Thank you all!!!


My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Sep 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Updated .ZIP with new / more dmp files. Any ideas?
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 Replaced Motherboard Mutliple BSODs (Stop codes + dmp files attatched)

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