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Windows 7: Multiple BSOD and crashes after windows reinstall

28 Feb 2015   #61
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

It seem to me that many of your problems started when you started messing with the bios. I have no idea why one would do such a thing right off the bat.

***Do you or do you not have the bios that was on the motherboard when you got the motherboard?***

All this updating and back dating bios can cause all kinds of problems. Even if it done correctly.

Remember what I posted in post #17!

I would also recommend not installing anything new until informing Arc first.

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01 Mar 2015   #62

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bunieboy, you are not a very easy person to deal with, at least for me. Sorry if I sound rude, but it is the fact. You never paid importance to what is suggested and did at your free will.

From your crash dump ....
fffff880`0d4bb6d8  fffff880`06157938Unable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\Rt64win7.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for Rt64win7.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for Rt64win7.sys
    Image name: Rt64win7.sys
    Timestamp:        Tue Sep 27 20:20:33 2011 (4E81E2B9)
A clear instance that you have paid NO attention to my posts #52, #54 and #57 ....

And it is not the first evidence of such things in this thread.

At this point I am seeing no reason to continue here any more. I tried a lot with you, spent a good amount of time and effort, but I am seeing no way that I can lead you to anything.

I am unsubscribing from your thread.

Wish you good luck.
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01 Mar 2015   #63

Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium

Hey guys, I updated the bios when I started getting bluescreens, as I was told an old BIOS could cause some errors, as I stated it did not improve or worsen the situation. Since reverting I have had a few crashes, but no where near as often. To arc I would like to clarify I did do those things, I definitely did 52 and I believed I did 54 and 57, however looking back it seems it did not update the driver. I have now updated the LAN driver with the link you provided, I have posted the latest dump files. I do really respect you guys and I understand you know a lot more about it than me, and I could really REALLY do with your help, as it seems like you are the only ones who can help me, so please if you would be kind enough to help me I will follow your instructions clearly and to the letter. Thank you for all your help so far, and I hope you can continue.. (PS if the crashes were caused by realtek that is my fault like I mentioned for not updating the driver, it is updated now so I believe that should not cause a problem) (PPS it seems some of the crashes i,e I had a memory management BSOD did not write dumps, I apologise about that)
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01 Mar 2015   #64

Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium

So after updating that Ethernet driver it was working fine for a while. However in the middle of a game the pc shutdown (by shutdown I mean no BSOD), then struggled to boot (as in wouldn't boot fully or pc wouldn't start) when it did I loaded into windows and instantly blue screened. Turned back on (again struggled to boot), re loaded into the game and shutdown once again (again no blue screen), it did this 2 more times every time no blue screen except on one of the start-ups, and every time it struggled to boot. I believe (and this is just my opinion it could be completely wrong) it is a power issue, I have moved my cables around so the PC is directly plugged into a socket and the other components are plugged into a different extension lead. I have attached the dumps and I hope you can flick through them. Thanks bunieboy (If the older dumps do show the ethernet driver as the cause ignore them as it is now updated so they should not be an issue again).
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03 Mar 2015   #65

Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium
High processor usage causing BSOD or Crash

So I have a trail of issues with my pc. I have solved most of the problems by backdating the bios, however now sometimes if I do anything processor intensive it shuts down. For example loading into games or running prime 95. This is where it gets odd, if I can run it for at least 2-3 mins I can run it for ages, close the program restart the program etc and it never has any problems. However sometimes when I run my on the first test of prime 95 it will crash, even after rebooting when it was working before (sometimes BSOD sometimes just a sudden stop) within 1 minute, even though the temps seem normal (they get a lot higher when the test just stays on), then when it restarts it usually struggles to load windows, either freezing on bios or blue screening as soon as windows starts a few times. If I do not use prime 95 or load a game the PC seems fine and seems stable.
Memtest has run for 17 passes no errors
Sfc/scannow is fine
Chkdsk is fine aswell

Windows 7 home premium
All standard clock speeds
Fx 8350
GTX 660
8 gm 1600 crucial RAM
1 tb shitty toshiba sdd
990xa ud3
Corsair VS650
Thanks for any help you can give
(p.s I have cleaned out my pc fully since this morning and taken of the side of the case)

I have attached all the dumps, this issue has only occurred since the 1st and some of BSOD dumps may be when windows is stuggling to start as I mentioned above. Dumps before the 1st are other issues that I believe have now been solved
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