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Windows 7: BSOD 0x00c5 errors can't diagnose reason

09 Sep 2014   #1

windows 7 64bit
BSOD 0x00c5 errors can't diagnose reason

Hey! My computer has suddenly started to BSOD with error c5 Driver Corrupted Expool anytime I try to do anything. Did it once (not after anything was installed or any software updates just randomly) and will BSOD as soon as I try to "do things" even on reboot.

If I boot and let it sit (don't load anything) it will runs for hours no BSOD but as soon as I start doing things Itll Bluescreen seemigly at random. I even ran minecraft for 1 hour without Bluescreening.

I thought maybe it was a microsoft error So I started to install a new SSD with new install of windows however this didn't have any of my settings or programs

I'm in the middle of of my school work And I can't be losing my programs and software half way through the year spending days trying to re install and recover files and spreadsheets.

Right now I have 3 drives. (calling them 1 2 and 3) 3 is the SSD has new boot of windows (leaving this out of PC for now) 2 is my "C" drive with everything I need on it (inside the PC) 1. is a 2t "extra" drive which has no boot or anything on it.

I really need help getting this BSOD fixed

Its also key to note that in safe mode the computer never BSOD's (this is posted from chrome safe mode with networking).

The BSOD is software related as the Fresh windows proved (ran memtests and all that no BSOD or errors)

IF anyone can help please let me know I really have NO idea

I even tried looking through the dump myself but found nothing

I did some more testing and if I boot normally and just let the computer sit it doesn't blue screen (even did windows update) but then the next boot I will let it sit for 2 hours (no bluescreen) then as soon as I move the mouse it BSODS

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10 Sep 2014   #2

windows 7 64bit

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