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Windows 7: Multiple exception BSODs, different each time, where to begin?

17 Nov 2014   #1

windows 7 ultimate x64
Multiple exception BSODs, different each time, where to begin?


This is my first post in these forums and I am looking into insight on what my underlying cause may be in these multiple BSOD's. I am not very experienced nor extremely tech savvy, so please bear with me while I attempt to explain.

As the title states, I do not even know where to being so I shall start at the very beginning. I was browsing local craigslist and found a deal too good to pass up, it was the phenom x6 1090T, msi gd70 MB, 8 gigs of ram and a tb hdd for 125$, so I immediately jumped on that as soon as I could. Upon buying a power supply, case and video card i was up and running. Everything went smooth at first, and then the hard drive started failing, no big deal, bought another one, after all I got a good deal. Then one of the sticks of ram was dying causing bsods as well, since 4 gigs of ram doesn't do much when gaming, i bought a new set. Yet still I am having BSOD issues.

Ironically the majority of the BSODs come from playing Counter-Strike GO, while playing the game I notice my gameplay becomes choppy and lagged, but I maintain A constant frame rate well over 100fps. Then I notice lag spikes in my latency for no apparent reasoning at all, my latency or ping will go from 60's to 3-400 only for a second or two every 20 seconds or so. This usually ends up agitating me so I close the game and thats when the BSOD occurs, upon closure of the game, this has happened with other games as well but seems to be more typical with this particular game.

The BSOD varies almost every time, the most recent being an error with cdd.dll page fault in non paged area.

As stated before I am not very tech savvy and when it comes to this I am at A loss for where to even begin.

If anyone could provide any insight at all I would be greatly appreciative! Thank you for reading and I will be online for the next couple of hours to answer any questions that might arise from a generous contributor.
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18 Nov 2014   #2

windows 7 ultimate x64

Still same issues. Can anyone help?
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