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Windows 7: Memory Management BSODs + Minidumps

27 Mar 2010   #1
LloydRandall247

Windows 7
 
 
Memory Management BSODs + Minidumps

Hi,

For the past month I've been having an absolute nightmare in regards to Bluescreens on a new build.
Originally I thought that a faulty stick of ram (Failed Memtest) was the problem but even after replacing the stick I'm still plagued with BSODs whenever the computer attempts anything to taxing.
(It seems fine for reasonably small programs like Firefox but it's almost guareenteed to crash with anything that stresses the system, like a game of Prime95)

Would it be possible for someone to take a quick look at the minidumps?
I've got over 35 Minidumps but have attached only the first and most recent dumps to cut down the filesize. (The majority of the dumps point towards NTOSKRNL.EXE. I'm not sure what this file is but it seems to be behind the majority of the crashes)


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27 Mar 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by LloydRandall247 View Post
Hi,

For the past month I've been having an absolute nightmare in regards to Bluescreens on a new build.
Originally I thought that a faulty stick of ram (Failed Memtest) was the problem but even after replacing the stick I'm still plagued with BSODs whenever the computer attempts anything to taxing.
(It seems fine for reasonably small programs like Firefox but it's almost guareenteed to crash with anything that stresses the system, like a game of Prime95)

Would it be possible for someone to take a quick look at the minidumps?
I've got over 35 Minidumps but have attached only the first and most recent dumps to cut down the filesize. (The majority of the dumps point towards NTOSKRNL.EXE. I'm not sure what this file is but it seems to be behind the majority of the crashes)

Um they are not attached.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
27 Mar 2010   #3
LloydRandall247

Windows 7
 
 

Ah sorry, My bad, have just uploaded the files.
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