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Windows 7: Random BSODs T_T Reinstalled Twice, 0x01e, 0x107e, 0x0a, 0x0f7

08 Mar 2014   #1
JDRStudios

UEFI Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 
Random BSODs T_T Reinstalled Twice, 0x01e, 0x107e, 0x0a, 0x0f7

I rebuilt this system recently due to two dead CPU's caused by the last build (Sabertooth X58 + i7 950 x2, both fried inexplicably)

I've been having random BSOD's on a daily basis, occasionally in small outbursts of 2-3 in a 30min period. All I've been doing is browsing the web, no games or intense production aside from a couple 30sec Adobe Premier files. There is no consistent factor to why the BSODs are being caused that I can see. I even bought a new gold+ rated 850w power supply to be sure that wasn't the issue.

I'm in desperate need of help at this point. I've been building custom machines for years but I can not solve this one alone. I tried reinstalling this machine twice from an image I've used on countless other machines without any problems. I even updated my 840 Pro FW and tried booting from an HDD instead, still had the random BSOD's. I feel like it's either my GPU or my MoBo's memory controller fussing about 32Gb of RAM, but I don't know how to confirm that using these logs. I attached everything the forum guide asked for so that those of you who know how can read my logs and find the issue.

If you solve it I wouldn't even know how to begin to thank you for restoring stability and Zen to my work and playspace.


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08 Mar 2014   #2
JDRStudios

UEFI Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 

Bump? I normally shy from asking for help and try to find the answers through forum research, but I'm at a loss here.
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