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Windows 7: Various BSOD in random situations

21 Aug 2014   #11

Windows 7 Home x64

I was going to mark this as solved, but it seems that my issues aren't stopping. I'm running the driver verify now (I haven't had time with work) and I'm going to attach two folders with the most recent bsods. They have been getting less frequent at least. I was able to run about a month without crashing. I was surprised that the one windows identified a "video hardware error" or something of the sort on one of these folders. It might be worth to note that I've had issues with software ever since I installed new hardware. I had installed new memory (which runs clean though memtest, will test again when I get the time), a new motherboard, and a second harddrive. I installed Win7 on the second hard drive to retrieve large quantities of information from the old one. Then I wiped the old one for purely storage.

Other issues with software that might indicate problems include any number of programs closing or crashing. The best examples are games such as Guild Wars 2 and Payday 2. I've had the most problems with those (I usually play with friends for about an hour after work). The next issue I face is Google Chrome and Firefox crashes. Chrome more so than Firefox.

Microsoft Security Essentials will also turn itself off. I'm not sure what that's about, but I thought I might as well mention it. I thought it might have been a virus of sorts messing with me, but I ran scans in MSE, malwarebytes and Spybot S&D. All of which were in vain.

It might also be worth to recall when windows reverted to Basic theme and reported a video driver had recovered.

I had tried multiple times to uninstall and reinstall video drivers though. I used the stable releases and the beta releases and neither have fixed my problem. I run an AMD RadeonHD 7850.

So, any extended help would be appreciated. I'm sorry for being a continued nuisance.

DV wouldn't let windows load passed the Windows 7 logo screen. So I tried to reboot in safe mode and it resulted in my latest bsod. Dump within folder titled ""

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