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Hi , I am new to forums.

I am experiencing recurring BSOD on my system, and can't seem to pinpoint the driver responsible.
I am fairly certain that it is a driver that is causing this because my system was running fine before I
reinstalled my windows about a month ago.

I updated my graphics driver before I posted this thread.

I run Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.
8Gb Ram DDR3
GeForce GTX 570
Intel i5-2500

Info.zip 1631k .zip file

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
post #2 of 38
Next time capture the Stop Code and post it here. Perhaps it will give you/us a hint as to where the problem is. Plug the Stop Code into the search box: http://support.microsoft.com/
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post #3 of 38
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Thanks for the reply.

The above zip file contains my memory dumps and other additional information.

As for the stop code, every time my pc experiences a BSOD it differs.
The last BSOD stop codes were:
post #4 of 38
Go here: http://support.microsoft.com/search/default.aspx?query=0x00000109&mode=a&spid=global&ast=25&ast=28&ast=29&ast=30&ast=31&ast=33&catalog=LCID%3D1033&x=13&y=9

Based on my quick scan (kernel corruption) seems you'll need to do a Windows repair. But first I'd run a test of your boot device to be sure its OK.
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post #5 of 38
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Thanks, will do.
Will let you know if problem is resolved.
post #6 of 38
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Okay So I ran tests on my boot device everything came back clean.
Windows Repair states that their is nothing to repair.
After that when I booted up my system got another BSOD a few seconds after startup.

Memory Dump
Bug Check Code: 0x0000003b
Latest MemDump.zip 31k .zip file
post #7 of 38
is your PC overclocked or everything at stock? also, does it crash while the computer is idle or only when its under a load? (in a game, encoding,etc)...or both?

edit: i read that it crashed right after startup...but other than that,when else does it happen?

also, run CC cleaner perhaps and clean out your registry...what virus scanner do you use? if the answer is none, run a virus scanner

also, send a snapshot of your task manager so we can see what processes are running, maybe something is there that shouldnt be
Edited by flash2021 - 5/17/13 at 12:37pm
post #8 of 38
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Don't know how to overclock, so everything is at stock.
The majority of the BSOD's occurred when my system was idle.
post #9 of 38
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The majority of the BSOD's occurred when my system was idle.
A few of them occurred while gaming.

I use AVG 2013 Free edition.
Ran CC Cleaner.

Process Images.



post #10 of 38
Download, update, and run the free version of Super AntiSpyware.

Also, 0x0000003b =
A computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 may crash when you use some IEEE 1394 devices. Additionally, you may receive a Stop error message that resembles the following:

STOP 0x0000003B (Parameter1, Parameter2, Parameter3, Parameter4)
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION

CAUSE

This issue occurs because of an error in the Microsoft IEEE 1394 driver stack, in which the buffer that is allocated to the driver stack does not initialize correctly.
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