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20 Jun 2016   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
Random BSOD on Windows 7 - often occurs twice

I've been getting almost daily BSODs. Used to be especially after resuming from sleep, chrome has lots of windows/tabs open... maybe a memory leak ? Maybe bad ram / drive?

DM Log didn't find my minidump, so I added it to the zip.

Lately, the BSOD often reoccurs if I quickly reboot and login... is it bad heat sinks? I under-clock for stability.
Event viewer reports many bonjour svc errors, but time wise didn't correlate to any events (as far as I observed).

Any suggestions etc welcome, thanks

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20 Jun 2016   #2

Windows 10 Pro

You are way behind with most others regarding updating.
OS Version:                6.1.7600 N/A Build 7600
Did Windows 7 come preinstalled?
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21 Jun 2016   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

Nope, I'm just a reluctant user! If it ain't broke, etc.

But nothing stands out as a cause, from the info gleaned by DM & the minidump?
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21 Jun 2016   #4

Windows 10 Pro

If Windows 7 did not come preinstalled then I recommend that you clean install Windows, the product ID you are using is a OEM SLP.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
Your activation is OEM SLP, OEM SLP is a kind only used for preinstallations with laptops.
The way it works is by activation through the BIOS, the BIOS holds a SLIC table that holds the activation details what makes it possible to install Windows on preinstalled laptops without activation problems.
As the OEM SLP activation is preinstalled in the BIOS by the manufacturer it is bound to 1 motherboard only and cannot be used on any other motherboard regarding if it is the same manufacturer.
The OEM SLP is from Dell and the retail motherboad is Gigabyte, an OEM SLP cannot be activated legally on a retail motherboard and that is why your installation is counterfeit.

Just filling in a OEM SLP product key is not possible, certain things have to be modified in order to use the product key and these modifiations can cause many problems explained above.
The only way to get rid of these modifications is by formatting the hard drive and clean installing Windows again using a genuine activation.

Besides of this all we also do not provide support for piracy per the Forum Rules so the only option currently to receive support is by performing a format (after backing up your data) and clean install with a genuine activation.
All reputable forums do not support piracy in literally any way someone could think of so going to a different forum to ask for help won't be an option.
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05 Jul 2016   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I have the same issue for the last two weeks. I tried everything, but the problem persisted.

Half an hour ago, I googled it to see if there are other people having the same thing in the past month. I saw that, there are a lot of people having the same BSOD errors recently.

The typical BSOD errors I get are below.

This is probably because of a recent Windows update. I don't think it is dependent on the Windows version, because there is a uniform spectrum of people using different versions of Windows.

The sad thing is, I don't know how to overcome this.
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05 Jul 2016   #6

Windows 10 Pro

Please create a new thread for your problem and follow the BSOD Posting Instructions.

That you are having random BSODs too can lead to many different things only meaning that your problem is different.
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