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So I've been having BSODs, randomly, for several months now.

I've collected some Crash reports and dumps.

If anyone could help me make sense?

Using:

Asus Crossfire Formula IV
AMD X6 1090t
GSkill 4gb DDR3 2000
Two Crossfired 6950 (unlocked to 6970) video cards

Here's a zip of the crash files

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bwml8MXhQ7oURGx2Rl92dUwxNms/edit?usp=sharing
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Two Crossfired 6950 (unlocked to 6970) video cards - that maybe your problem redface.gif

Do you get it using one card?

And when you say videos - internet videos ?

I use to have problem with firefox but that now seesm ok thumb.gif
Edited by ladcrooks - 7/18/13 at 12:32am
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Just disable hardware rendering in your browser, or alternately, enable software rendering. Do the same for your flash settings. This should sort everything out.
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So I removed one of my two video cards - still crashing.
I then turned off my flash hardware acceleration - still crashing.

Here's the latest two sets of dumps from July 21st

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bwml8MXhQ7oUdjUwNzNCYWg4VDg/edit?usp=sharing

Any difference in the crash reports?

As for when it happens, it's super random, can be be while I'm not playing any videos (flash or otherwise), or just working on something else.
Edited by originalsix_mtl - 7/21/13 at 9:04pm
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