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Windows 7: Please help with BCCode: 100000ea, suggestions appreciated.

26 Jan 2018   #1
bigbadwolf

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
Please help with BCCode: 100000ea, suggestions appreciated.

Hi guys, let me explain the situation:

I had a system hang-up issue about 3 years ago, which happened 1-2 times in every day. However, it seems to be better now, since it happened like once in every month.

The problem is, the system hangs up, only hard reset works, no BSOD. Yet, now the same stuff happened, but the comp managed to show me a BSOD, with some info, so I have some hope now to get something to fix it.

I send the appropiate files as attachment as written in the BSOD posting FAQ, also some other "raw" files, maybe those can be helpful as well.

My specs are:
2x4 GB RAM, corsair DDR3 1333Mhz
ASUS HD7870 GPU
Intel i7-3770k 2.5GHz CPU
1x SSD with the OS installed, 1x 1TB HDD with stuff on it
700W PSU, coolermaster
ASUS P8H77-M mobo

Also, here are 3 links to my older posts, if you need more information read them or ask me:

issue with drivers, comp freezing. - Windows 7 Help Forums

Comp freezes and some BSOD, seems random, please give advice - Windows 7 Help Forums

Annoying, weird crashes, CPU or GPU, need advice - Windows 7 Help Forums

IN SHORT: Please try to help me with some information about the BSOD

Also, I have tried clean system install a few times, changed motherboard, made multiple stress tests for CPU and GPU, also tried memtests, so I can only think this is a driver issue but also tried driver reinstalls and updates dozens of times.

Regards,
Wofie


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30 Jan 2018   #2
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hi Bigbadwolf,

Do you still need help?
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04 Feb 2018   #3
bigbadwolf

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Yes
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 Please help with BCCode: 100000ea, suggestions appreciated.




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