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Windows 7: BSOD 0x1e during games DA:I and GW2, 0x24 using DM Log Collecter

05 Feb 2015   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
BSOD 0x1e during games DA:I and GW2, 0x24 using DM Log Collecter


I've recently been getting a frequent amount of blue screens. I had upgraded my processor from an AMD 4100 to a 8320E and thought that was the problem but it only happened when I used a PS3 controller through MotionInjoy. Whenever the plug at the controller wiggled and came the slightest bit loose, it would blue screen - not all the time but sometimes. I managed to "permanently" make sure the plug never came loose and it never happened again due to the controller becoming unplugged.

After a few days of normalcy I got a 0x1e BSOD while loading Dragon Age Inquisition several times and another while loading Guild Wars 2. Flash was giving me fits - not playing videos after a couple seconds, no sound, requiring browser or whole comp restarts - so I disabled and eventually uninstalled all sources of flash and still got blue screens.

I never flashed my BIOS when upgrading the processor, so yesterday I did that with no problems, still blue screened. I cleaned my hard drive of about 300 GB worth of games, programs and what not - things worked fine for several hours today while playing DA:I then out of no where another 0x1e BSOD. I came here to post, downloaded the DM log collector and had Malware Bytes and Spybot running in the background, after the zip file was completed, boom, 0x24 BSOD.

AMD 8320E
Radeon HD 6870
Thermaltake 600W
8GB Corsair Vengeance
Seagate 1TB
Windows 7 Ultimate x64

My System SpecsSystem Spec
05 Feb 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Just ran Memtest+, 201 errors on the first pass. I think that may be my issue. Thanks anyone who was looking into this for me.
My System SpecsSystem Spec

 BSOD 0x1e during games DA:I and GW2, 0x24 using DM Log Collecter

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