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Windows 7: BSOD occuring several times a week, hoping for answers, thank you!

01 Jun 2016   #11

windows 7 professional x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
It may not be the SSD only, but as dumps are not being recorded there might be a chance that it is the SSD that is being missing.

If the situation does not change even after doing those steps, we will have to take further steps.
SSD is a crucial 512 MX100. Checked the firmware and its updated to the latest , ver MU2.

Ran a chkdsk C:/f/r/x and it did not find any issues.

Curious situation. Im going to wait until another BSOD occurs to see if the same issue occurs, but im unsure where we could go from there. Maybe change cable, use a different sata port for starters?

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02 Jun 2016   #12

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seanpf View Post
Maybe change cable, use a different sata port for starters?
Those two will be very appropriate and perfect steps.
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