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i built a new rig in june of '11, and i never got a blue screen. Then at christmas, i got an evga 560ti video card and have gotten 2 blue screens since then:mad: im new to building computers and my rig is an
Asus fm1a75 M Pro
A6 3650
8 gigs generic 1333 ram
evga 560ti
WD caviar blue 1tb hd
coolermaster 500w psu
windows 7 professional. ( it wont authenticate, and i have called multiple times so i think i got a bad key)

Does anyone know if a certain update to say the bios, or drivers would stop it? i really need some help. i doubt its a virus because i ran avast multiple times and nothing comes up. the bsod says somthing about a secondary processor clock cycle interrupt or something. i need help!
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Hello smile.gif

Can you please zip up the dump files and attach them to your next post?

To access these dump files, navigate to: C:/Windows/Minidump (once there, zip up the latest dump files and attach them to your next post).
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i built a new rig in june of '11, and i never got a blue screen. Then at christmas, i got an evga 560ti video card and have gotten 2 blue screens since then:mad: im new to building computers and my rig is an
Asus fm1a75 M Pro
A6 3650
8 gigs generic 1333 ram
evga 560ti
WD caviar blue 1tb hd
coolermaster 500w psu
windows 7 professional. ( it wont authenticate, and i have called multiple times so i think i got a bad key)

Does anyone know if a certain update to say the bios, or drivers would stop it? i really need some help. i doubt its a virus because i ran avast multiple times and nothing comes up. the bsod says somthing about a secondary processor clock cycle interrupt or something. i need help!

since there's no problem before putting up the 560ti, i guess its a driver problem, go to the manufacturer's site, and download its latest driver.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500 ASrock Fatal1ty P67 ASUS 560 TI DCII G.Skill Ripjaw 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
500G Seagate + 160G Seagate Lite-on DVD-RW Stock Intel Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 
MonitorPowerCase
Samsung SA300 19in Corsair GS600 Thermaltake Commander MS-I 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500 ASrock Fatal1ty P67 ASUS 560 TI DCII G.Skill Ripjaw 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
500G Seagate + 160G Seagate Lite-on DVD-RW Stock Intel Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 
MonitorPowerCase
Samsung SA300 19in Corsair GS600 Thermaltake Commander MS-I 
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Hello smile.gif
Can you please zip up the dump files and attach them to your next post?
To access these dump files, navigate to: C:/Windows/Minidump (once there, zip up the latest dump files and attach them to your next post).

Why would i need to do that? i would think that it was driver conflict
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