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post #21 of 46
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its ok smile.gif
nothing new, I installed windows again, but this time I removed the partitions and installed the least drivers that I could and I'm trying to do anything in Minecraft to see if it crashes.
I installed the chipset driver, lan driver, intel rst and nvidia graphic driver only
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Latest versions of each I am hoping, and non-beta video card drivers? smile.gif

Keep me updated with how things go, and if you BSOD, post the dump here.
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yeah, of course
Since I installed with no partitions it did not crash since yesterday evening, but I think that some programs still crashed a few times, as in just dissapeared (Skype mostly).
I didn't get a chance to do anything than using Microsoft Word, so I didn't put any kind of load onto the ssd and the crashes used to happen when it was used quite a bit, so I don't know...
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post #24 of 46
There really shouldn't be any crashing at all, something's not working as intended. Do you have the latest drivers / firmware for your SSD?
post #25 of 46
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yes, all are latest, from what I remember it started after I updated firmware to 0309...
crash dump, YAY
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post #26 of 46
It is not reading a faulting driver, and I find it very strange that when enabling Driver Verifier BSODs your system before it even gets into Windows, and did not write a DMP file. I would recommend re-reading this guide once again and enabling Driver Verifier, after your BSOD, disable Verifier and check Minidump and see if one was written. If not, I'd have to blame the issue on memory.

I know you mentioned Memtest passed, but I'd run all sticks for at LEAST eight passes, and then run each individual stick for eight passes as well, it's best to determine if there is an error with one stick, which may be your issue.
post #27 of 46
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When the ssd had 2 partitions, then Driver Verifier kept crashing, since I tried it 5 times at least, reading the instructions very carefully. However, when I have only 1 partition it did not BSOD and Windows booted up and I assume Driver Verifier is on... though there is no process in the task manager, but I don't know if there should be one. So now I have to wait for a BSOD...

Damn, didn't think of running this after the reinstall ._.
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post #28 of 46
Nope, Driver Verifier will force a BSOD if it finds an issue, and if it does BSOD in general, I believe Driver Verifier will give it a more accurate DUMP. Just keep Driver Verifier enabled and use your PC as you normally do, and when you do, hopefully it'll create a BSOD_verifier DMP file in Minidump.
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okay then,
will post when I get some news (hopefully the happy news of no bsods)

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post #30 of 46
Yes, that's what we are optimally aiming for smile.gif

I'd say if you don't BSOD for at least a week or two, you can disable Driver Verifier.
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