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I've been consistently getting blue screens since I built my new computer. All parts are new and as follows:

CPU: Intel i5-3470
RAM: Patriot 8GBx2
Graphics: Radeon 7850
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H
Power supply: Antec 750W

OS: Windows 7 64 bit Professional.

Attached are my bluescreen logs. If there's anything I'm missing please let me know. Windows7_Vista_jcgriff2.zip 1301k .zip file
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Is everything at stock speeds?
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Everything is at stock. Built the computer on Friday.
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I'm on my phone so I can't see the bsod log, so I can't know specifically what component is erroneous. But have you tried testing each part individually? Eg: take gpu out an try booting with the integrated gpu, test each ram stick one at a time. Etc..
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No unfortunately I haven't. I've had a look around and the general consensus is that it's a driver issue. I have a feeling it's the On and Off or AppleCharge.sys that GigaByte loads.

Also, I bluescreened while waiting for your reply with the same error code of 7f
Edited by Akuen - 1/21/13 at 1:46am
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Let's take a look at these files shall we smile.gif

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There's not a lot of consistency with your crashing so this makes it a little more difficult, but not to worry I am sure we can get there! smile.gif
There seems to be some memory corruption mainly going on which might be due to bad hardware (usually RAM, incorrect timings or speed settings), or most likely it could very well be a faulty driver installed on the system.

I have seen a few times Gigabyte On/Off charge cause random BSODs like these that you are experiencing. From the presence of the AppleCharger.sys driver on your system, the first thing I recommend is that you uninstall the Gigabyte On/Off charge utility. Additionally, if you've installed any other Gigabyte utilities (for example from the CD-ROM, or downloaded from the website), please remove those also as they are not necessary for the functioning of the system.

One BSOD had the Avast! driver on the stack - while this doesn't necessarily mean that Avast! was at fault, you may wish to disable or uninstall Avast! for the duration of our diagnosis, though I'd start with removing all Gigabyte utilities.

If these fail to resolve the issue, the next step we will take is getting the driver verifier enabled to see if we can catch a faulty driver in the act!

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Let's take a look at these files shall we smile.gif


If these fail to resolve the issue, the next step we will take is getting the driver verifier enabled to see if we can catch a faulty driver in the act!

smile.gif

Already enabled Driver Verifier so I'm a little frustrated that it didn't add to the blue screen logs :/ Disabled all Gigabyte Software that was installed via the disc.

Edit: I'm assuming I should leave @Bios installed?
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Originally Posted by Akuen View Post

Already enabled Driver Verifier so I'm a little frustrated that it didn't add to the blue screen logs :/ Disabled all Gigabyte Software that was installed via the disc.

Edit: I'm assuming I should leave @Bios installed?

I only quickly glanced over your memory dumps - if I knew you had the DV enabled I'd have looked better. I will do now.
You can leave @BIOS installed indeed, that's fine smile.gif

EDIT: My apologies, there are some verifier enabled dumps smile.gif
Code:
2: kd> !analyze -v
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*                                                                             *
*                        Bugcheck Analysis                                    *
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SPECIAL_POOL_DETECTED_MEMORY_CORRUPTION (c1)
Special pool has detected memory corruption.  Typically the current thread's
stack backtrace will reveal the guilty party.
Arguments:
Arg1: fffff9801d248df0, address trying to free
Arg2: fffff9801d24811a, address where bits are corrupted
Arg3: 0000000000cf4210, (reserved)
Arg4: 0000000000000023, caller is freeing an address where nearby bytes within the same page have been corrupted

There is aswSP.SYS (Avast!) on the stack for this one - might be worth giving it an uninstall just for now.

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There is aswSP.SYS (Avast!) on the stack for this one - might be worth giving it an uninstall just for now.

Uninstalling Avast!. It's a shame, it's generally my go to virus protection. I also run spybot though so maybe I don't need it.
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Originally Posted by Akuen View Post

Uninstalling Avast!. It's a shame, it's generally my go to virus protection. I also run spybot though so maybe I don't need it.

I'm not 100% sure Avast is at fault here - I do like it myself. Do remove Spybot, however.
There could easily be a driver conflict between Gigabyte utilities or something else.

After doing this, leave the driver verifier enabled for about 24 hours (this is 24 hours of actual computer usage). If you don't get any BSODs during that time, re-install Avast (and only Avast) - see how you go smile.gif
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