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Windows 7: BSOD New Computer Build ntoskrnl.exe? Multiple crash dumps

02 Sep 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
BSOD New Computer Build ntoskrnl.exe? Multiple crash dumps

Hey Everyone,

This is a new system build and it was working fine, until a week after I had built it. The first blue screen I got was when I was uploading a video to youtube and now I seem to get them randomly fairly often (apart from when Iím playing games, which is odd), just browsing the internet etc.

So far Iíve done tests on my hard drives to see if theyíre healthy and they have passed (HD Tune), however I seem to always get blue screens when I try and upload a video to youtube from either of the hard drives (Iíve tried them plugged in one at a time), but it doesnít blue screen when I upload from the SSD on its own, this could just be a coincidence though as it blue screened with just the SSD in when I left the computer idle overnight. Iíve run memtest on my ram which didnít come up with any errors and Iíve re-seated it just to check if it was okay.

Iíll upload a zip of my Minidump now, using BlueScreenView seems to point towards ntoskrnl.exe but this is my first time using BlueScreenView so Iím not sure if thatís common or w/e. Another thing to add is that I seem to get program instability e.g. steam closing when it feels like it and chrome crashing for no reason, however playing the mmo neverwinter seemed to work fine (located on a different drive to the OS/SDD).

Win 7 Ultimate 64x
I7- 4770K
MSI z87-g43
Crucial 4x4GB 1866mhz Ballistix RAM
Samsung 840 Pro SSD
2x Seagate 7200rpm 1tb HDDís
Asus Xonar d2x Soundcard
Corsair CX 750W
MSI Geforce GTX 770

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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