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Windows 7: Win7 Bsod Help

09 Nov 2009   #1
aca85

windows 7 ultimate x86
 
 
Win7 Bsod Help

Hi,im having some win7 problems atm as the title says i get Bsod's,while surfing the net,playing media,playing games,etc ,the msg i receive on the bsod is "0x07c" I have included in this post the files from the "minidump".
I am using win7 build7600 rtm (trial for now,unless i solve this problem im going back to vista) and my specs are (cpu) e5200 (mobo) ep35-ds3 (mem) ddr2 2gb @ 800 (psu) chieftec 500w (vga) asus 4850 TOP (hdd) wd 640gb and wd 500gb ... the main thing i want to know is "is this prob software related/caused or hardware related/caused ?

ty for any help :)
~aca


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09 Nov 2009   #2
brundle

7 Pro
 
 

I'm not expert in debugging but running some of your .dmp files through the debugger it appears you may have problems with network drivers - namely slnt.sys (Realtek RTL8139D Network Interface Card) and ndis.sys (a Windows network driver). Look for an update to your network drivers or remove and re-install your current ones, if you have two NICs on your machine disable the Realtek one - you may need to go into the BIOS to do that if it's built in to the motherboard.
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09 Nov 2009   #3
aca85

windows 7 ultimate x86
 
 

I see,well i use both of the Lan devices ,so disabling one is not an option,i tried to uninstall both of them and reinstall with new drivers,i had no probs with that and is working fine for now,it's only been 1h ,the bsods do not happen that often so i really can't say if this has solved it.
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