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Windows 7: Software causing BSODs

10 Mar 2016   #1

Windows 7 Home Edition, 32-Bit
Software causing BSODs

Hi Seven Forum :

I recently re-installed Windows 7. So far it's running...well...okay. My main question is about one piece of software that DID work in the past. It's called Turbo Floor Plan 3D. It's a great program. But recently, it started causing BSODs (?). One question I do have is........if a software isn't compatible with the OS....wouldn't it just...not function at all ? Or, some features in the software would malfunction ? But, lately this software was causing System Crashes. I've used this software in the past, and it functioned well. I changed the video card and RAM. One time, I tried running the software is Safe Mode, and had no problem. Going along with can I find out why Turbo Floor Plan is causing this. Like I said, in Safe Mode, it functioned quite well. I really like the software, and I "hate to see it go" (I guess I can find a substitute). As a side note : Turbo Floor Plan 3D is a highly graphic intense program. I just check the requirement on the back of the original package, and my System meets the requirements. I have more than enough Page File space, Disk space and memory. This may be the place, but I'm not sure HOW to diagnose the problem in Safe Mode or "regular" mode (when I'm logged in). garystan

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13 Mar 2016   #2

Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10

Gary mate follow these so we can see what the BSOD's are caused by and I doubt it they did not occur before the install it is unlikely the software is the problem.
Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

but before that run these in safe mode if you haven't already
SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker
Disk Check < if necessary include the /f and /r in the command line as per Option2

Plus your specs aer a bit thin on the ground mate so System Info - See Your System Specs
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