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I started to get some weird BSOD starting yesterday and i need to figure out whats going on and i dont want have to format. Im going to go walk my dog and i will upload the dump file asap. While im not available could you guys post how to find the file? Thnks
To note i did install my flash drive to boost and thats about it. Nothing other else.
post #2 of 9
you have too many posts for something like this to happen...
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OP: BCCode helps too.
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Download this
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/bluescreenview_setup.exe

Run it and the files in red in the lower pane post their names.
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Well, maybe you weren't trying to be funny. If it just started when you enabled readyboost from a flash drive, I would disable readyboost and unplug the flash drive and see if it is still happening
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Originally Posted by robchaos View Post
Well, maybe you weren't trying to be funny. If it just started when you enabled readyboost from a flash drive, I would disable readyboost and unplug the flash drive and see if it is still happening
weird thing is that i havent had a BSOD in like 4 years so it a lil weird
I have undone everything i did and still nothing. I will try the bluescreenviewer and if that doesnt work i guess i will boot up ubuntu and copy my files i didnt copy to my backup drive and just format. Time to go to school.
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Before you delve in too much into software troubleshooting, I would first start off with the golden rule of troubleshooting first:

1. Use Hard Drive Diagnostics to ensure your HDD is working 100%

2. Use MemTest to test your memory

Once those two have the all clear, then look into what else could be causing the BSOD.
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Originally Posted by tedman View Post
Before you delve in too much into software troubleshooting, I would first start off with the golden rule of troubleshooting first:

1. Use Hard Drive Diagnostics to ensure your HDD is working 100%

2. Use MemTest to test your memory

Once those two have the all clear, then look into what else could be causing the BSOD.
yea i have memtest built in so i should be fine to run without any software. I checked my hdd right before the problem started. So my hdd's should be fine. I will also try safe mode.
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Ok problem solved. I used bluescreenview and figured out it was the sli hack causing the problems. I guess i will sell off my cpu,and mobo combo and get some native sli board and cpu...
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