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Windows 7: 2 BSOD's within 24 hours, once randomly, other while running prime95

23 Jul 2014   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
2 BSOD's within 24 hours, once randomly, other while running prime95

So I've recently built a new computer, which consists of an intel i5 4690k, ASUS Z97-A ,8gb ram, samsung ssd and a seagate 1tb barracuda. while I was browsing the internet, programs and services started to run very slowly, to the point where the internet connection died, and my computer then proceeded to BSOD. I figured it was a blotched windows update that caused the BSOD, as i had previously interrupted the update. After restart, I successfully updated windows, and everything went smoothly. However, today, I was still nervous about to the BSOD, so I ran LinX and prime95 to check system stability. About 2 hours into Prime96 torture stress test, the Computer BSODed on me while i was showering. I have not overclocked anything in the system. I'm starting to worry that there may be some hardware issues I'm unaware of, and I will need to find out within the next day or two in order to return those parts. Thanks to anyone that can solve this issue, or give me some insight. DMP files 1 and 2 are attached in accordance to BSOD 1 and 2. EDIT: forgot to attach .zip files.

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23 Jul 2014   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Bump. Would really appreciate if someone could reply ASAP, as I need to return parts by tomorrow if hardware is at fault. Thanks.
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 2 BSOD's within 24 hours, once randomly, other while running prime95

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