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Windows 7: BSOD Windows7 different errors

05 May 2014   #1
NumberOne1337

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BSOD Windows7 different errors

So, I have a problem!
I get BSODs every day, I never get it while playing games, only when I'm browsing around in Windows. I could like press the "X" on google chrome -> bsod.. Yeah, like most basic things and I get bsod, but never while playing games.

Here's my speccs:
MSI z87 MPOWER | Intel i7 4770K | Corsair H100i | XFX 7950 | 2+1TB Samsung Spinpoint | 120GB Corsair Force GT SSD | 120GB Kingston SSD | Corsair Obsidian 900D | Corsair CX 750W | Corsair 8GB 2133MHz DDR3 | Windows7 Ultimate 64-bits

My 5 latest crashdumps! I had 5 crashfree days when I upgraded my SSD's drivers, but now they're back again.
http://speedy.sh/HAEPK/CRASCHDUMPS.rar
Also files from SF Diagnostics tools!

I did not take a specific BSOD error as In "BlueScreenView" I see different errors, however, I got my 5 most recent dumps in the link above. Hope someone can help me out!


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