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Windows 7: How to find that the issue of BSOD has been resolved?

23 Nov 2017   #1
jraju

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 
How to find that the issue of BSOD has been resolved?

Hi, On the other day, my computer had subsequent BSOD and i surfed thro the net, and tried the troubleshoot steps. I find that my memory stick has some seating problem and i just reseated it . Now the BSOD seems to be resolved. The casue of bsod , i got from using nirsoft tool is page fault with non paged area.
ON another day, i received the bsod but this time , it shows some other different message. This time, it says a process or thread crucial to system operations has exited or terminated. Then i tried all tips and then resorted to reinstall. Now the BSOD has gone.
My query is how to know the issue has been resolved , if some seating or memory stick has been removed and reinserted like hardware issues have been handled to get rid of this BSOD


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23 Nov 2017   #2
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

The only way to know if a BSOD is resolved is if your system doesn't crash. There really isn't another way.
There are tools to test drivers and hardware, they're for identifying any issues but not for finding out if a BSOD is resolved.
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