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Windows 7: continual bsod

29 Dec 2009   #11
doughheads

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

haven't looked at event viewer recently ickymay

i initially got 2*2g ram then a month later the other 2. the bsod happened straight away so upon building so i have taken the initial 2 out and am now only running the latest 2. as my bsod only happen about 1 or twice a week we may not see another occurence for a week or more

failing this i will attempt the SAFE MODE suggested

failing this i will await your next trouble shooting advise

thanks so much for all help to this point

NOTE: i had been having major problems with a BLUETOOTH LOGITECH MX5500 Keyboard and Mouse upon initial install of WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE (worked fine with the RC release). It would run fine for a the 1st day or so then become very unresponsive. I did a few re-installs (as my drivers were current) which always fixed the problem for a day or so then became unresponsive (or very slow) once again after about a day

i have no reverted back to an old USB mouse, but am still using the BLUETOOTH Keyboard. Been reading some other posts that have a mouse causing some BSOD. I suppose we can't blame this as we don't have .dmp files to see that and also I have reverted back to a USB mouse that is running like a dream

any suggestions on this front


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29 Dec 2009   #12
doughheads

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

ps > setting is on 'kernal memory dump'

should it be on the other option 'small memory dump'
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30 Dec 2009   #13
ickymay

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by doughheads View Post
ps > setting is on 'kernal memory dump'

should it be on the other option 'small memory dump'
yes set to small memory dump and one of the reasons I was asking for a current minidump was i noticed on your ones you uploaded there are two logitech drivers
Quote:
LHidFilt.Sys fffff880`0802d000 fffff880`08040000 0x00013000 0x46f3a583 21/09/2007 11:05:39
LMouFilt.Sys fffff880`08967000 fffff880`0897a000 0x00013000 0x46f3a587 21/09/2007 11:05:43
from 2007 that might or might not be significant
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31 Dec 2009   #14
doughheads

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

i have a logitech webcam also which uses a different driver to the mx5500 keyboard/mouse

i have uninstalled the keyboard/mouse one
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04 Jan 2010   #15
doughheads

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

no crashes since removing initial 2 sticks of RAM bought and running with 2nd lot

will give another week or so and if no crashes will put my initial RAM in with the other slots and see if this cause my crash problem to come back

if not maybe just blowing out the RAM slots may have been the cause

thanks for your help to this point ickymay
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05 Jan 2010   #16
ickymay

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by doughheads View Post
no crashes since removing initial 2 sticks of RAM bought and running with 2nd lot

will give another week or so and if no crashes will put my initial RAM in with the other slots and see if this cause my crash problem to come back

if not maybe just blowing out the RAM slots may have been the cause

thanks for your help to this point ickymay
having built PC's for many years I had really hoped that RAM mismatches would have stopped being an issue with SDRAM but unfortunately some hardware issues never seem to change

let's hope in your case it's dirty slots but I wouldn't hold your breath , do you know the exact spec and time you bought the different sticks or pairs of ram ?
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