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Spend an hour or so stress testing your system. Moving large and many small files from ssd to hdd, video bench marking, cpu stress test, and so on. If it doesnt show up, it could have been fixed after your system updated to the physical changes you have made. It could have happen when your drivers were installing the first time you started up with your new ssd.
Anyways, if you can re create this BSOD, then do it. Try and pin point when it happens and why it happens. Until then enjoy your SSD. But if you do pin point the issue, or it happens again with the same or different code, let us know or pm me. Il try and help.
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Thanks for the help. It is weird though. I did all the system tweaks before this happened, and when I tried to install heaven 2.5 it said that I needed framework 4 installed. I did all the windows updates with SP1 and somehow I do not have it installed. I only have .net framework 3.5 I will install prime95 and CPU stress it though. If it happens again I will hit you up and see what you think. I can not find anything in the system log pointing to a particular device or driver.

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Spend an hour or so stress testing your system. Moving large and many small files from ssd to hdd, video bench marking, cpu stress test, and so on. If it doesnt show up, it could have been fixed after your system updated to the physical changes you have made. It could have happen when your drivers were installing the first time you started up with your new ssd.
Anyways, if you can re create this BSOD, then do it. Try and pin point when it happens and why it happens. Until then enjoy your SSD. But if you do pin point the issue, or it happens again with the same or different code, let us know or pm me. Il try and help.
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