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Windows 7: USB_BUG_CODE BSOD: During random times and activities

18 Jul 2015   #1

Windows 7
USB_BUG_CODE BSOD: During random times and activities

I'm always skeptical about joining a site just to post a question, but here it goes:

I've have been getting BSODs for what has to be a couple years now. There are times that the frequency of blue screens would die down, but I can never pin point why it happens. There was a time where my computer would Blue Screen when I tried to stream a video, then that stopped. Then it would blue screen for some other reason.

I have an aging computer so I haven't bothered to do much about the blue screens. I would see suggestions about updating the drivers, but Windows says they are up to date (even though they say 2010). I try to delete all the drivers and have windows reinstall them. That doesn't really help the issue. I've gotten my computer repaired twice already, once for a shot hard drive at TigerDirect, and once to get my Power supply soldered by some guy off Thumbtack.

There are a bunch of other issues with my computer: the USB ports barely work, the sounds works maybe a few hours out of the week if I'm lucky, and I have to wrap my charger cable around the port in weird ways to get my computer to charge.

But anyways, posting the dump files from the last 2 BSODs, but I have plenty of Blue Screen dump files to to work with so if you want them, I can give them up. Just looking to see if there is something I can do besides just tolerating the Blue Screens until I can get a new computer.

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21 Jul 2015   #2

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Windows 10 Home 64Bit

Allot of important info is missing from your zip, please follow Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions to grab all and upload a new report here.
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21 Jul 2015   #3

Windows 7

Figured I did something wrong. I'll bookmark the instructions and try again when the Blue Screens kick up again. Thanks.
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