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Windows 7: BSOD after one hour please help

03 Apr 2014   #1

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BSOD after one hour please help

alright lads and or lassies now since january my computer have had suicidal tendancies for a while. (at least since januray) the thing is that the mother****erer is that i can only use it normal for about one hour until it freezes for a while and then bluescreens. i get the faulty message of 0x0000009F and i have no idea what that means. i suspect that there is some sneaky thing going on with my hard drive but i aint so sure. oh yeah and to get my internet working i must sometimes unplug the network cables and put some ancient nordic viking spells on it. please help me because i am ****ing tierd of it. oh yeha and i tried to do driver verifier and it didnt go very well now the blaggard is slowed down considerably. help me would you kindly

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03 Apr 2014   #2


Right, first of all please tone down your language. It is not appreciated, I will help you but in the future if you want help you should calm down.
I know it's very frustrating as my computer has had so many problems since March 2013. First of all, you need to run the SF Diagnostics Tool as Administrator for it to work properly, there are no files in your .zip file.
Make sure there are dump files in your minidump folder.
The minidump folder is located C:/Windows/minidump
Please follow these instructions on how to configure dump files if your PC isn't set to do so.

Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD

Please select Small Memory Dump
When you have done that and you have some dump files then please upload them and I'll take a look.
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