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Windows 7: BSOD after a new build

16 Jan 2016   #1

windows 7 ultimate 64x
BSOD after a new build

Hi everyone. I just built this computer 3 or 4 days ago and I've been experiencing a lot of BSOD (twice an hour or so) since then. I can't play a game without getting freezes that result in windows restart. Doing lower memory usage tasks like browsing facebook relates my google chrome to crash which never happened in the earlier pc I had. I installed new windows but no joy, thought I'm getting less BSOD but nope.

I've got the minidump as well as .txt that contains Instant Online Crash Analysis, brought by OSR Open Systems Resources, Inc. for my minidump that was created an hour earlier or so.

###worth to mention that I used to have a lot of problems with my RAMs (having to remove them to let it startup proberly isntead of having no display on my screen etc) but now, I only have this BSOD and Freeze to Restart problem and nothing else. Thank you in advance.

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17 Jan 2016   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

I've recently been experiencing some BSODs after a new Processor install... I believe I just resolved it, but a lot of the problem has been related to the video card and chipset drivers...specifically AMDs offerings. What components are you using in your build?

You may want to spend some time going through your Event Viewer to see what is occurring when your freezes occur.

There are other, better troubleshooters on these boards (as you likely know), but, in my case, uninstalling AMD's admin software (CCC/Radeon) has seemed to have resolved my problems...for now. I ultimately believe that my motherboard will need to be replaced (if I can't get my voltages right).

The goal of this REPLY is to give you some ideas on what issues I've had and whether or not they could relate to you.
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17 Jan 2016   #3


Possible reasons could be that one of the components is faulty, and that causes the BSOD. Once I had the similar syndrome: non-stressing operations did not cause any problems, but as soon as I started playing, these things came out. Turned out that the motherboard was faulty.

Another idea: is your pc cooled properly?
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19 Jan 2016   #4

windows 7 ultimate 64x

Hi again
Thank you guys for your replies. I've removed the 2GB RAM and now I've got less BSOD but still getting em'
Should I replace the 4GB that is still here with a new one? I'm afraid if it's my motherboard or processor. I've got GPU on 28C and processor on 30.
Worth to mention that I got a BSOD while I was playing an online game "league of legends".. Nothing weird about it til windows restarted with no display as "I heard my windows logon sound" so it was my RAM.
I had to remove it and put it again to let my windows start proberly with display on.

"latest minidump two hours earlier"
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19 Jan 2016   #5

Windows 10 Pro

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