BSOD buildup until constant error code Stop 0x00000101

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       #11

    The reason I say it's not the Broadcom one is because I just installed it it today which means it couldn't be the source of the problem. And not I have not done anything on the advice of Tom's hardware other then Memtest86 and prime95. Neither of which showed me much. The guy on Tom's seems pretty sure it's my graphics card. It's only 27 dollars at my local store for them to diagnose the problem.
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       #12

    Pallapower said:
    The reason I say it's not the Broadcom one is because I just installed it it today which means it couldn't be the source of the problem.
    Have you had a BSOD since installing it? I picked that out of the very latest dump file from the very latest log you supplied after saying the BSODs were getting worse. If you have any BSODs since then please upload the new logs and I'll gladly take a look at them.

    If you want to take it to a store that's completely your call, I'm pretty confident we can work through it here but that particular decision is up to you.
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       #13

    Again thank you for all your help and input. I will believe in your majestic powers of windows 7 handling. So I re installed the broadcom driver and I don't think it should be an issue anymore. I also reinstalled all my nvidia drivers. I am currently running in normal mode, and so far I haven't bsod. It has done this before though, it will bsod if i play a game or something im sure. Here are the latest dump results though. Tell me if you see anything new. Until the reply.
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       #14

    Pallapower said:
    I will believe in your majestic powers of windows 7 handling.
    That may be stretching things just a tad.

    Pallapower said:
    So I re installed the broadcom driver and I don't think it should be an issue anymore. I also reinstalled all my nvidia drivers. I am currently running in normal mode, and so far I haven't bsod. It has done this before though, it will bsod if i play a game or something im sure. Here are the latest dump results though. Tell me if you see anything new. Until the reply.
    The latest dump file in those logs is dated before the latest one in the last set of logs so there's nothing new to see there. If things are smooth at the moment continue to use your rig as normal to test, give it a week or so which should be enough to ensure things are sorted. If you get any more BSODs in that time attach your new logs into a new post and I'll look them over.
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       #15

    Hmm... I don't know why they would be dated. Those are the ones from today i just ran it. But I am about to start a game and see if it bsods because that usually where it does. Hopefully this is fixed and it was an nvidia problem. Could that even be possible that all this was caused by a bad driver for the card?
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       #16

    It could indeed. I'll be heading off to bed soon but if you do post up new logs don't worry, I'll get round to them tomorrow.
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       #17

    Hey. SO INFURIATING ha. It had been on for about an hour and a half before i started gaming, and I got about 40 or 50 minutes into a game of league and it randomly restarted. Not bsod, just restarted. I was like nooooo but at least it didn't bsod. Of course, on restart, bsod. Ha. So I am posting the new dump files. Man I definitely thought we had it and I think we are alot closer. I mean earlier I couldn't even turn it on without it bsoding and now i can usually turn int on and have it start up normal things, just gaming seems to bsod it. We will talk when you wake friend. Until the reply.
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       #18

    Nothing really stands out in that one and I really have to hit the sack. While I get some much needed beauty sleep perform the following and post back with the results.

    Run MemTest86+ to analyse your RAM. RAM - Test with Memtest86+

       Note
    MemTest86+ needs to be run for at least 8 passes for conclusive results. Set it running before you go to bed and leave it overnight. We're looking for zero errors here. Even a single error will indicate RAM failure.


    Run SeaTools to check the integrity of your HDD. SeaTools for DOS and Windows - How to Use

    Run chkdsk. Disk Check

    This will eliminate your RAM and HDD, or show them up for what they are.
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       #19

    Hey man. I mark this as solved. Everyone told me to turn off overclocking and stuff but I had never turned it on. Well a friend on facebook told me Turbo on my APU is on automatically by default, turned that off and been running 3 hours. Thank you so much for all your help, and I will post logs if I bsod, but for now it is resolved. At least all my drivers are fresh and up to date right? :) Thanks again!
    Last edited by Pallapower; 29 Jun 2014 at 07:28.
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