Eeepc shuts down randomly - bluescreen stop

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    Win7 sp1

    Eeepc shuts down randomly - bluescreen stop

    Hey there,
    First of all sorry for my Bad englisch i hope ill be understandable so you can get it right.

    Im using a asus 1001px eeepc which is Schützling down randomly, That Problem Startes to began some months ago and Wasnt really frequently. Just 1 or 2 Times a month, if it Shuttles down i Could Start it again After a Few minutes but sometimes After a couple hours.

    I tested my Hdd in another pc and it worked like a charm, After some Testing i Decided to install win7, had winxp before, and it worked no shutdowns i thought, but the next Day it shut down again with a bluescreen stop failure. After a couple win repairs it Started in the Os again.

    Now i tried to Check the temperatures but i cant find out which motherboard i have. The only Information i Could Gather was a Long Nummer with digits but a google search didntfound anything.

    Ill Report These digits in 1or2 hours because im Running some win7 Updates and cant Access These informations.

    Cleaned the cleanable Hardware Parts, no difference.

    Which Test can i Run to determine the shutdown Cause?
    Last edited by Jacksickn; 02 Jun 2014 at 09:42. Reason: Additional infos
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    Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10

    Hello and welcome Jack mate run this HWiNFO, HWiNFO32/64 - Download close the right hand window and in the left hand window it will have all the info of your machine in it . You can then open them out to see details of what there is I the machine. See my pic I have opened up my RAM to show you how it looks you need to open up the motherboard one and let us know what the brand and model is.

    For the temps on the machine run Speccy and report back. Speccy - Download < download from piriform
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