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Windows 7: BSOD Every 1-2 hours without opening any programs

06 Feb 2019   #1
Python49

Florida
 
 
BSOD Every 1-2 hours without opening any programs

I am following the instructions from this thread here: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

I am attaching the data from the program. I assume it has all the required information and data requested to help.

I am not getting any mini dump files despite following in the instructions to turn on the creation of them and to turn off the auto restart.




Attached Files
File Type: zip CED-PC-Wed_02_06_2019_224151_53.zip (4.5 KB, 7 views)
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07 Feb 2019   #2
Python49

Florida
 
 

Hello all,

I actually timed it last night and the BSOD is coming every 55 minutes exactly. I as able to even set timers on work I was doing and be sure to save and stop working on it prior to the 55 minute timer going off, to be sure it didn't get caught on the BSOD. So yeah, there's something specifically triggering the BSOD and I'm not getting any dump files. Please help.
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07 Feb 2019   #3
tetraps

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
 
 

Hmm, maybe try to check Event Viewer and see if a specific event is happening right before each BSOD.

Maybe there is a task that is trying to run and triggering the BSODs. If you can identify a common precursor to the BSODs, depending on what the task or process is you might be able to disable it (temporarily, to troubleshoot and find a long-term solution).

If it's a Windows-related task then you might be able to disable it in Task Scheduler. If it's something else, like a particular driver or software trying to perform some regular operation, then that's another matter.

(I'm not an expert so I can't offer specific guidance but just had this idea. Hopefully someone will be along soon to help you.)
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07 Feb 2019   #4
Python49

Florida
 
 

Well, since I haven't gotten any other feedback I definitely appreciate your idea and have already opened the event viewer to see if I can find a trigger.
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4 Weeks Ago   #5
Python49

Florida
 
 

Still have been facing this problem but just have been too busy to follow up to try to get feedback. Any help out there?
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4 Weeks Ago   #6
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

Problem is, there is only one file in your .zip file and the file is useless. If the procedure had run correctly, there would be a .dmp, the event log, and many other files that could be helpful in determining the cause. You can also look near the bottom of the blue screen to see if there's a file listed as the cause of the problem.
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4 Weeks Ago   #7
Python49

Florida
 
 

I just ran the program again and only am getting txt files, no .dmp files. I had tried to get dump files many times before also with instructions from another website and just cant get any, despite getting BSOD every 1 hour or so. Very frustrating. The file that often times shows during BSOD is ntfs.sys. I also just reformatted my first partition with all my windows files and still after the reformat I get BSOD. What should I do now? I guess I could try to reformat the 2nd partition to after everything is backed up in the cloud. Seems like it's probably a hardware issue if I still get it after a fresh reformat.
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4 Weeks Ago   #8
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

Go here-

C:\Windows\Minidump

Zip maybe the last 10 .dmp files and post the .zip file here.
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