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Windows 7: random BSOD but most likely in-game

10 Aug 2015   #1

Windows 7 Home premium
random BSOD but most likely in-game

Hi there,

I'm having issues with this custom build for long time now and I have decided to look for help since I can't manage to find out what is the issue.
I basically having BOSD regardless what I'm doing but it's coming much more frequently while playing games (every 5-30min). But this can happen even if I'm doing nothing on the computer.

I just re-install windows 7 home premium from scratch and install very minimum programs. Basic drivers and 1 game where I can test the stability (Path of Exile).

Also I have run below diagnosis before formatting and didn't conclude anything since tests are positives:

memtest at boot (overnight for each memory module) - no error after running 1 day
seatool for HD check - no error
furmark for GPU check - temperature stable after about 10min run (78 degrees)
prime95 for CPU - no error and temperature stable using speedfan after running for about 10min (67 degrees)

my config is:
biostar z87 3d
i7 4770k (3.5Ghz)
16Go corsaire vengeance (originally it was 32)
gigabyte 780 gtx
ssd 250 samsung
wd 1To 7200rpm
another ssd 120Go
tp-link wifi network card tp-link
running under windows 7 home premium

I uploaded the zip using your tool. Maybe worth to say that 1 or 2 dumps were generating while verifier was on. I didn't have BOSD at boot while verifier was active as some people might have.

thanks in advance!

My System SpecsSystem Spec
10 Aug 2015   #2

Windows 10 Insider Preview 64-bit

Always worth checking, do you have anything plugged into the system when using it like portable HDD's, mobile phone or any other USB peripheral? If so, try removing these (and everything else that is not 100% needed) and see if the random BSOD's stop.

You mentioned you've reinstalled Windows 7, have you reseated any of the hardware within? Might be worth checking the CPU, RAM and GPU to see if they are mounted perfectly. Also, if you can, try removing your tp-link card and using an ethernet connection (only temporarily) to see if that makes a difference.
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