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Windows 7: bsod nvlddmkm help

15 May 2010   #1
zorack8000

windows 7
 
 
bsod nvlddmkm help

i have been getting bsods for 2 months. it usually happens when i am not at my computer or when i run an intense 3d game like crysis or just wow for too long(3hrs). i have properly reinstalled all drivers, fresh intalled windows, and just recently rma'd my video card. i dont know what the problem is now that i got a new video card. i think it might be a weak psu or bad pci port. the problem is with my computer i cant fit the video card in another pci. and i dont wanna go get a new psu for no reason. help me diagnose the problem!!

my specs:
win 7 64 home
550W corsair psu
evga gts250 1gb gpu
evga 780i sli mobo
intel core 2 quad q8200 @ 2.33Ghz
huge ass cpu fansync
tv tuner card
500 gb samsung harddrive
4gb ddr2-800

my minidump is attached

thank you!!


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15 May 2010   #2
Wallonn7

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zorack8000 View Post
i have been getting bsods for 2 months. it usually happens when i am not at my computer or when i run an intense 3d game like crysis or just wow for too long(3hrs). i have properly reinstalled all drivers, fresh intalled windows, and just recently rma'd my video card. i dont know what the problem is now that i got a new video card. i think it might be a weak psu or bad pci port. the problem is with my computer i cant fit the video card in another pci. and i dont wanna go get a new psu for no reason. help me diagnose the problem!!

my specs:
win 7 64 home
550W corsair psu
evga gts250 1gb gpu
evga 780i sli mobo
intel core 2 quad q8200 @ 2.33Ghz
huge ass cpu fansync
tv tuner card
500 gb samsung harddrive
4gb ddr2-800

my minidump is attached

thank you!!

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