Random BSOD's at random moments

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  1. Posts : 8
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       #11

    Sorry if I sound like a noob, but I guessed with SATA cable you meant my HDD's SATA cable, I applied that one to another port. Then I ran 8 passes on memtest, but still not a single error found... any idea?
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  2. Arc
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       #12

    If there is no errors after 8 passes, it can be say that it is possible that the RAM is not causing any issue.

    Let us know how the computer is running after changing the SATA port.
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       #13

    Well, sadly nothing changed. after 2 days I got my next BSoD. I attached a printscreen from my bluescreenview tool. Here you can see how many different BSoD's I get. By the way, It says a NVIDIA file caused the problem this time, but 19/20 times its Windows OS. Since I wasn't running any heavy tasks, I guess this is also just random?

    Getting really tired of this pc...
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  4. Arc
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    Hi thijs95.

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       #15

    Hi,

    Sorry for the late reply, have been on a long holiday. Anyways, I opened up my computer, took apart all seperate parts, cleaned them all with a lot of contact spray. Turned out that both my CPU heatsink, my graphics card and a lot of other parts were filled with dust. After cleaning everything and reassembling my pc, I havent had any more problems (yet).

    Thanks a lot for all the help!
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  6. Arc
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