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Windows 7: BSOD resets since last month, sudden increase today

14 Sep 2019   #1
Churys

windows 7 x64
 
 
BSOD resets since last month, sudden increase today

My apologies if this is the wrong forum, does it still go here if the screen is black rather than blue?

Since last month, my computer was abruptly shut off, then shows a black screen reporting it was abnormally shut down, offering options to restart in safe modes or normal mode. I'm unsure of the exact start moment, some time after that "W7 will run out in 2020" message.

It'd go on into this month happen roughly 7-4 days apart, up till yesterday. Last month, twice it was upon waking from dormant mode (with Netflix in one of the screens), the others ones while watching Netflix, so I initially thought it had to do with that. As of this month though, it's happened even without videos playing.

Today it changed. Early this morning, the screen just froze and responded to nothing, and I saw no black screen, just my frozen regular screen, until rebooting. The second time today, the bsod appeared, completely frozen. No reboot happened, and the computer didn't respond to pressing the power button, I had to pull the plug.

I don't know where to begin looking for the problem, drivers, power supply, so I'm hoping something shows up in the attached file, or the symptoms are recognized.




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File Type: zip za_14-09-2019_122031,83.zip (72.7 KB, 2 views)
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15 Sep 2019   #2
Churys

windows 7 x64
 
 

Do the times per day it happens indicate anything? I run the computer for significant chunks of the night, but it's somehow still only specific daylight hours it happens. I marked the last seven down :

12:14
18:30
07:30-07:55
12:19
08:09
12:08
12:51
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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