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Windows 7: Various BSOD Errors @ Random times

11 Apr 2018   #1
JuanV

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Various BSOD Errors @ Random times

Good Day Gents,

Bought this very old pc from a private seller about a month ago (never said it had issues) and the problems started right from the beginning - had to try several times to install windows as it kept on failing but eventually installed windows...

The PC will run 100% without any issues for several days and then it hits - BOOM - BSOD

When:
1)first time usually when running a few open applications - only use the pc for admin tasks
2) before getting to the log in screen - BSOD - reboots
3) log into windows - BSOD - reboots
4) before getting to the log in screen - BSOD - reboots
5) and then the above cycle repeats

I have tried :
1) memtest both RAM modules - each one separately in both Blue DIMM slots - PASSED no errors
2) tested with sfc /scannow - PASSED no errors
3) tested HD with HD Regenerator - PASSED no errors

The issue will pass and then i can use the PC for a couple of days and then it starts all over again,

Please see log file attached + blue screen error messages below

Many thanks
Juan


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11 Apr 2018   #2
JuanV

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Various BSOD @ Random times

*forgot to add my log*

Good Day Gents,

Bought this very old pc from a private seller about a month ago (never said it had issues) and the problems started right from the beginning - had to try several times to install windows as it kept on failing but eventually installed windows...

The PC will run 100% without any issues for several days and then it hits - BOOM - BSOD

When:
1)first time usually when running a few open applications - only use the pc for admin tasks
2) before getting to the log in screen - BSOD - reboots
3) log into windows - BSOD - reboots
4) before getting to the log in screen - BSOD - reboots
5) and then the above cycle repeats

I have tried :
1) memtest both RAM modules - each one separately in both Blue DIMM slots - PASSED no errors
2) tested with sfc /scannow - PASSED no errors
3) tested HD with HD Regenerator - PASSED no errors

The issue will pass and then i can use the PC for a couple of days and then it starts all over again,

Please see log file attached + blue screen error messages

Many thanks
Juan


Attached Files
File Type: zip JUAN-PC-Tue_10_04_2018_214500_57.zip (128.4 KB, 2 views)
File Type: txt BlueScreenView Errors.txt (58.1 KB, 2 views)
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Apr 2018   #3
JuanV

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Im Adding a few more things I noticed

I have tried :
1) memtest both RAM modules - each one separately in both Blue DIMM slots - PASSED no errors
2) tested with sfc /scannow - PASSED no errors
3) tested HD with HD Regenerator - PASSED no errors

4) Ran Memtest again for a couple of hours with both RAM modules - Passed 12 Cycles - no Errors

When:
1)first time usually when running a few open applications - only use the pc for admin tasks
2) before getting to the log in screen - BSOD - reboots
3) log into windows - BSOD - reboots
4) before getting to the log in screen - BSOD - reboots
5) and then the above cycle repeats

6) sometimes when i plug my Wireless USB adapter in - BSOD - Reboots
7) Booted with the latest HirensBootCD and launched the mini Windows XP - on xp startup - BSOD
8) moved both RAM modules to the other two Secondary DIMM slots - PC gets stuck @ windows loading screen - need to reboot
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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14 Apr 2018   #4
axe0

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hi JuanV,

Sounds like you bought a PC that was already faulty, with install issues it can be anything from bad RAM, to a faulty pin in the socket damaging the CPU.
If you have any warranty, contract or something you should ask for a refund. There may be a chance you're spending resources (money, time, etc.) on something that's not worth it.
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