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Windows 7: Getting random BSOD, Windows 7 Ultimate (dumps inside)

04 Dec 2009   #21
Shamsio

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Also i got last version of bios and did memtest already


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04 Dec 2009   #22
torrentg

7600.20510 x86
 
 

Uninstall the bios flash utility, completely. If that doesn't help, then test the memory in the method I said - overnight.

Also look into finding an update to this driver:

a8igsa1q a8igsa1q.SYS Tue Apr 07 12:07:00 2009 <<< could be virus. Scan system with Malwarebytes. Or upload it to here for testing - http://virusscan.jotti.org/

Google finds nothing on that so it most likely is malware. Remove it from the system. Use safe mode to delete it if necessary.
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04 Dec 2009   #23
Shamsio

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

i cant find a8igsa1q.SYS in my system
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04 Dec 2009   #24
torrentg

7600.20510 x86
 
 

C:\Windows\System32\drivers

or the x64 equivalent.

Open Windows Explorer and go to Windows folder. Search for it in the top right box.
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04 Dec 2009   #25
Shamsio

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

im not sure yet, but i tried memtest ( windows version ) with just 1 RAM and it started with a lot of errors, so i took it out and running with another 1 and it looks fine so far....
So anyways i have no idea what causes this because i gave my RAM to guarantee service 1 week ago and they said it works fine
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05 Dec 2009   #26
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

If one stick gives errors, and another (in the same slot) doesn't - then it's most likely that the one with errors is damaged. The bad stick must be replaced - tell the service center about the results of your testing and ask what they're going to do for you.
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