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you might want to dbl check your CPU and cooler mounting screws/brackets and make sure you dont have any dust/particles or metal flakes in your machine, maybe even a short? (mounting screw too long touching case?
*while most likely not the case, never hurts to give her a good cleaning
post #22 of 38
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Yesterday I Checked out my power supply and CPU and found no problems, cleaned her and
added two additional fans to improve airflow.

Got another BSOD last night.
Bug Check Code: 0x00000050

As such I am fairly confident that this can't be a hardware issue, but I can be wrong.

Thanks for the suggestions.

Edit: Uninstalled AVG Anti-virus as it was shown as the cause of the one BSOD's.
Installing Microsoft Security Essentials.
Learned how to use WinDbg to some extent, after analysing the kernel dump
showed that the cause was due to memory_corruption.
As posted before I already ran memtest with no erros.
Edited by Dethemon - 5/24/13 at 7:41am
post #23 of 38
I was about to suggest you do that but I didn't because it showed up in the stack trace once (once meaning in one dump, from the ones you uploaded at the begining info.zip) and that's not enough.

But it's a good place to start.
Also look into driver verifier
post #24 of 38
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Thanks Yoyo1555 I did use driver verifier last night.
One Driver named dtsoftbus01.sys made my computer BSOD before my windows even got started and I figured out it was a driver from Deamon Tools Lite.
So used driver verifier again but unchecked that driver to see if any other drivers could be blamed for the BSOD's but after a few occurred used WinDbg to analyse and it pointed either to memery corruption or to a file named ntkrnlmp.exe.

After that I uninstalled Deamon Tools Lite and let my system run throughout the night and haven't gotten another BSOD yet so I hope this was the cause. If not will check my RAM again.
post #25 of 38
Daemon tools leave some files even after uninstall in your windows folder. I forgot the name of the file sorry. So if BSOD happens again you could try looking for that file and delete it.

ntkrnlmp.exe is responsible for memory management and could be the cause of bsod too.
Post back if you see a BSOD again.
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Hi KenLautner

Went looking for those files left behind by Deamon Tools and just as I deleted them my pc BSOD.
Analysed Dump and it pointed to memory_corruption yet again.

As I was about to post the above my pc BSOD again.

Analysed Dump and WinDbg shows probably caused by:Unknown_Image ( ANALYSIS_INCONCLUSIVE ).

Windows media player was running in the background when both BSOD's occurred was listening to music.
post #27 of 38
Hi.. do you have all window updates? Run CCleaner and clean junk + registry.

This might be caused by win32k.sys which is quite common.
Read: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/blue-screen-win32ksys-systemserviceexception/3665e85b-03a4-4066-ba20-42d6e1f52d05
follow the solutions mentioned there and see which one works for you biggrin.gif
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post #28 of 38
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Use windows update monthly at the moment windows shows 39 updates to be installed.
I have 117 windows updates installed.

Use CCleaner regularly to clean junk and register. Ran it before posting.
Ran memtest again for a few hours with no errors.

EDIT: I also removed Microsoft media player, and related components(movie maker, media center). Will update when I receive another bsod.
Edited by Dethemon - 5/25/13 at 7:15am
post #29 of 38
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Got another BSOD.
WinDbg shows cause is ntkrnlmp.exe again.

I included the analysis report.

MemDump.txt 20k .txt file
post #30 of 38
I didn't read every post but with random BSOD's I always scan the RAM with Memtest86+ and do a chkdsk /f or /r on your drive.
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