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Windows 7: BSOD 0x1A 5003

18 Jun 2015   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
BSOD 0x1A 5003

I got this BSOD when i was watching a movie on YouTube. I was few minutes in middle of this movie. So it was random bsod. There was nothing running on this PC besides this YT movie.

Any idea what was the real cause of this ? Broken RAM or maybe some random software error or something else ?

Adobe flash player was prompted to update few days ago but I didnt do it. And also I have 6 Windows Updates from 09.06.2015 not installed, because i am lazy and i am delaying such things for no reason. And I am saying this because it may be important and somehow connected to this BSOD (i don't know).

PC is not Overclocked. RAM is set manualy to what is labeled on the sticks, because on auto i got some issues.
I was not doing memtest yet, because it takes a lot of time and i want to check if this is realy needed in this case. Why would RAM stick broke just like that if it worked for 6 years with no issues?
All temperatures are good. I am checking them very often.

PC is working normal, as always. BSOD occured ~1h ago.

Everything is in attached file. If you need some more info, then let me know.

PS. Sorry for my broken english.

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22 Jun 2015   #2

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