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Windows 7: BSOD 0x0000001e and 0x0000000a

04 Sep 2014   #21
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Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

My SSD and HDD are ok also, after running the recommended check all day. I still have not found information how to get my PC to write minidumps or, for that matter, any kind of dump files again. I have a similar number cruncher PC that also no longer writes dump files on BSODs. Most peculiar. I have spend so many hours on finding out how to re-enable minidump writing; there must be some specialist knowledge available somewhere? But where? Anybody knows?

I don't want to buy a new processor if it is the mainboard. I don't want to buy a new mainboard if it is the memory. Maybe processor, mainboard and memory are all faulty?

What should I do now (apart from updating the 7 non-Microsoft drivers)?

While updating Intel drivers, I got an "uncorrectable hardware error 0x124" BSOD and, for whatever reason, a minidump was written! Would you Adam and Eve it? Were all other blue screens a too light shade of blue? Anyway, I ran SF again and attached the zipped folder here.

Thanks for taking a peek!

A couple of new blue screens, but no minidumps again. What is going on here?

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05 Sep 2014   #22
Useless User

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Six days, but no joy; not even in safe mode with network drivers. Again, no minidump files are written to disk when a BSOD occurs (apart from that single instance described in the above post with the latest SF folder attached).

Memory? Processor? Mainboard?

After spending all that time without getting anywhere - should I flash the BIOS and then reinstall Windows 7 with updates plus only the simulation software and see what happens?

However, if I then receive the same BSODs as before, what should I do? Buy new memory, processor, mainboard? A new PC?
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05 Sep 2014   #23
Useless User

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

I had enough. I need the multi-threaded computing power for my simulations.

I flashed the BIOS, installed new memory (taken from a working PC clone), reinstalled Windows 7 Professional, the latest drivers as per the device manager - and then reinstalled my simulation software; nothing else.

Let's see how this goes. If it doesn't, I vent my frustration in a new thread ; )

I have to open a new thread : (
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