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Windows 7: BSoDs and errors

17 Jan 2015   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
BSoDs and errors

HI :)
Now to be more specific I don't know if I posted in the right place because I don't exactly ask about BSoD (now).
The thing is I intented to ask for help about F4 BSoD because usually that's the problem. One hour ago my laptop decided to surprise me. But I chose to post here anyway because I didn't know where to post and most importantly because I can get a BSoD at any time. I am sure the problem didn't magically disappear.
I get BSoD whenever I try to install Windows Updates. I didn't try to install something else to see if the problem persists but my biggest problem is that I can't install these updates. If I try I get F4 BSoD and after that windows won't boot (unmountable_boot_volume) and I have to check and fix disk errors. Then I can boot again and if I try to install updates I get F4 BSoD and then unmountable_boot_volume and I fix errors again and the story is the same.
Another thing that might be important. I accidentally deleted some windows registry and windows didn't boot anymore so I used system restore. To which date? February 05 2012. I know is absurd. I keep scolding me for that.
So drivers and windows updates are so old! That's why my priority is to install all updates (138 it says) but I can't because BSoD. As for drivers I tried to use Device Manager but I windows can't find updates there. It says something like the drivers are good enough but they were last updated in 2012. Weird.
Today I wasn't trying to install any update. I was searching for them and also looking for restore points,backups and mainly control panel things. I wasn't using a program.
And my laptop began to freeze which is not new. I was expecting this,but followed by BSoD.
Then it just rebooted by itself. Oh and after freezing there was an error (I'm sorry I didn't write it) about "The memory referenced" or something like that and in the end it was "because of an I/O error".
I don't have a dmp file because my laptop doesn't produce one even if it's set to produce a small minidump file.
But I got something else using Eventviewer. I went to windows logs from today and saved all that says error in a red circle.
I will try tp attach as many as I can or at least the most important ones. There were also warnings like "The speed of processor 6 in group 0 is being limited by system firmware" and there were different processors (2,3,7).
I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit on Asus N53SV laptop with Intel Core i7. And HDD is fine. I checked with chkdsk. RAM is also fine,checked with windows memory diagnosis tool and memtest.

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