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Windows 7: Black BSOD returning - Fresh Install

01 Nov 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Black BSOD returning - Fresh Install

to Member Arci belive we trie dto find out the cause last time this came up this time i no longer have the TV tuner in the system, this last time i was idle for abit getting dinner came back, watced 2 flash videos then BLAM. it blacks out. like before LED on USB Wifi is blinkin. fans go near silent. and no response till power cycle.

i Would go thru normal procedures but stupidly like last time a DMP isnt being created.

EDIT: for now i'm taking what measures i can (if its the video card again. i'm running the fants at a manual 100%) and reverting from AMD Catalyst 13.9 to 13.4

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01 Nov 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Speak of the devil upon reinstalling 13.4, its put it into a Crashloop. i'm in safemode at the moment but attacing the crash log w/ crash.dmp
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13 Nov 2013   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

and again just woke up to another "Blackout Hang" no dump is being made in Any of these cases. (i do know its a ang because what ever was playing at the time for sound immedatly stops)

i'm begining to suspect 3 culprits.

1: PSU
2: Videocard
3: the Surge Protector

with the PSU being possibly at fault always a Kernel Power event is recorded in the Logs. the othertimes w/ a Blank(Zero) Bugcheck code

this time it's left a Bugcheck code of 59.

w/ possibly my videocard at fault,it's been exibiting "higher than warm" temps as of late. (55~62C) which i hear is cause for concern for te Radon HD series Videocards.

and te last reason and culprit of being my Surge protector, it's old i've had it for 9 years, so more than likely it's going bad.
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