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Windows 7: BSOD: Generally while playing games. Memory?

13 Aug 2015   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
BSOD: Generally while playing games. Memory?

Lately I've been getting heaps of BSODs, generally when running games like LoL and CS:GO but once even while browsing YouTube.

I've done a complete wipe and started fresh 3 times now, as well as made sure that all my drivers are up to date, so I'm pretty confident that the problem is a faulty hardware component.

These have been the strings I've been getting upon BSOD.

The common 'address in stack' to all these blue screen dump files is 'ntoskrnl.exe', but some others crop up such as 'ndis.sys', 'tdx.sys' and 'fltmgr.sys'. (Not sure if this is relevant, just trying to provide all possible information).

Was told by a good friend who suspected it was something to do with the memory, so I ran a Memtest for two passes and received the following results (1 'max contiguous error'):

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I've also attached the DM log as outlined in the posting instructions.

Cheers in advance, all help greatly appreciated.
Will give reputation to any helpers, of course.

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14 Aug 2015   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

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