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Windows 7: BSOD..again and again on win7 x64

15 Dec 2009   #11
Nick9090

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Edition 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hashref View Post
My guess...driver/bios/OS (HAL) are not communicating correctly with the new NIC driver I (or Windows Update) installed. I would try rolling back drivers or using System Restore to restore your settings prior to getting the BSOD's. With Win7 still in its infancy its probably not the best idea to update drivers when there is no issue with them in the first place.

That was my problem anyways...
EDIT: Uh...thought this post was from this month...sry about the post resurrection.
Ops, sry that I should post how I repaired my BSOD.
In my case, the problem was Ram, one of them was corrupted, (but running memtest+ or other memory test about 70 hours didnt show any error). I came back the shop and changed the ram, no more BSOD :)


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16 Dec 2009   #12
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

I had one in the shop for the last week. Memory errors when both sticks were installed, no errors while testing single sticks in single slots. One Kingston 2gB stick, and one PNY 1 gB stick. Replaced the PNY w/Kingston and all was well.
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