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Windows 7: Freeze after 1 minute then BSOD 0x0000009c

16 Jan 2014   #1

windows 7 64
Freeze after 1 minute then BSOD 0x0000009c

I built my own computer about 2 years ago and it has run well until now. Two days ago I got a BSOD and rebooted only to find it froze after being logged into windows(safe & normal alike). Sometimes it would result in a BSOD, other times just sitting frozen for 10m+ before I held power button for 5s to shut it off.

I am having a hard time determining where the problem lies(I currently suspect the Motherboard) and need help as I do not want to shotgun money at the problem.

Boot disk 'fixers' do not do anything useful(Windows Memory Diagnostic(no probs detected), etc) and I have resorted to attempting an sfc /scannow /offbootdir=e:\ /offwindir=e:\windows and it begins, except after 1 minute to comes back saying "Windows Resource protection could not start the repair service."(and yes, the drive is right based on the boot disk detecting where windows OS was located and not my C drive where it is when I boot up)

In my 1 minute window before it freezes on startup I did manage to verify the services.msc module was on manual(not sure if that matters to the boot disk sfc) and I am at a loss as to where to go from here.

Here is my BSOD picture:

I am doing this post from my laptop and I do have an 8gb memory stick if that helps, again I can operate my computer for roughly 1 minute before it freezes. Thanks in advance for any help

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16 Jan 2014   #2

windows 7 64

I have an EventSys and an EventApp I managed to get in the short window between startup and bsod, but they are both 10mb files. Where should I upload them to and is there any personal info that could have been taken during the programs gathering which I would not want on the web?
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