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Windows 7: Problem : Windows 7 RC1 random crashes

02 Oct 2009   #41


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by archaeon View Post
Is there nobody that knows what to do w/the RAM timings??
It seems everything works when you leave the settings as "auto"? If so, why are you trying to alter them manually?

Also, as a suggestion it's better to start your own thread than to "necrobump" other ancient conversations (especially when they have nothing to do with your issue). That way you maximise your exposure and your chances of getting cogent advice.

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25 Oct 2009   #42

Windows 7 RC1 Build 7100

I have been having random crashes. Mostly happens while playing World of Warcraft but is not limited to it. I don't know of anything new installed. Here is the system info.. If someone can decipher it that would be great thanks!
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25 Oct 2009   #43
Microsoft MVP


davenportchris - please start your own topic so that your issues can get the attention that they deserve without detracting from the other issues in the current topic.
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29 Mar 2010   #44

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

I think that the solution is deactivating all video hardware acceleration options in adobe software:
Adobe Reader, FlashPlayer, etc. My ramdomly crashes are finished.
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21 May 2010   #45

Windows 7

System Info:
Model #: MS227
Product #: BK232AA-ABA
Serial #: 4CS9510JDY
Software Build #: A1NAv6PrA1
Service ID #: 030-310
PCBRAND: Pavilion

Whenever i run Pro Tools M-Powered Essential and my M-Audio Producer USB Microphone i get a blue screen with this message

I tried updating all my drivers and i got a message saying they're all up-to-date.

I was trying to attach my dump files it leaves a message saying invalid file.
I copied the dump but i dnt know how to attach it.


I've updated all my drivers and i dnt know what to do...

Plz help me....I need to start recording again.
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01 Jun 2010   #46

W7 ultimate

I fixed this random reboot by uninstalling Roxio from Dell . it was ver 9 . I noticed the crash coincided with this install so removing it thus fixed the problem.
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