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Windows 7: Regular 116 in the last few days

07 Feb 2015   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 sp1
Regular 116 in the last few days


I've had more than 14 BSOD's since the 3rd (I sometimes hit restart while it was dumping so I guess those dump files weren't created). Last night I tried installing the driver mentioned here although I already had a driver installed not part of the AMD Catalyst software.

Yesterday I gave my tower a clean and installed that driver. I had also uninstalled anything installed in the last couple days. This was just Adobe Flash but I also removed something I didn't intentionally install along with Popcorn Time.

Windows said I had the most recent video drivers prior to that 13.9 install which had been working fine for the most part. After the 13.9 I didn't have any crashes until just now (about 12 hours) although I had some display issues but I attributed part of that to Firefox & closed the browser (I have hundreds of tabs open normally but recently let most of them go).

Can anyone see what is wrong from the logs? Thanks for any info.

Edit: atikmpag seems to be the cause all the time

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08 Feb 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 sp1

Still crashing with same error but different Locale ID last time I guess locale is just whether I'm watching VLC/using firefox at the time?
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