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post #11 of 17
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I also ran the prime95 test and I got no errors and the CPU temp never went over 55 degrees Celcius.
post #12 of 17
Sorry, was busy a few days.

And you never occured a BSOD while testing with Prime95?

Also, for the BIOS version, two easy ways. One, download CPU-Z from cpuid.com and go to motherboard tab, give us a screenshot of whats there. or Two, look in the BIOS for it if you don't see it when the computer turns on. Hint: when the screen pops up when its turning on, hit the 'pause' button on the keyboard to...well, pause it long enough so you can see.

And if you believe its not a hardware issue, have you tried reinstalling? Also, could I get a screenshot of Device Manager please?
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post #13 of 17
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Yes, the BSOD never occurred while running prime95. I checked my BIOS and installed the latest one from the motherboard website, but I think I had the newest version because the version number was the same. I attached the screenshot. Tell me if you need me to see more of a particular device. Device Manager.PNG 54k .PNG file
post #14 of 17
Because you have all the drivers installed, but still was able to pass memtest and Prime95, makes me think it might be a video issue. Can you run a video stress test? Is there any more info on BSODs you can give us? During games, or can you just be on the desktop and it goes, any pattern? Are you still getting any?

Which version of Video Drivers are you on? Can you go to "reliability Monitor" and save the history (bottom left) and upload that .xml here too?


Sorry I know its alot, just what you need to do for troubleshooting.
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post #15 of 17
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Um I don't know how to do a video stress test. I did post the dump files in my original post. I can post later ones as well. And the BSOD happened randomly. Though I have not had a BSOD for quite some time. I didn't do anything except run tests so I don't know if it's fixed or my computer's playing games with me.

My current video card driver version is GeForce 326.41

Where do I find the reliability monitor?
post #16 of 17
"Video stress test" in google, first thing that comes up is Furmark, something youll see alot pf people here using. Run that.

That BSOD is specific to that time, but I was wondering if you noticed any patterns between them. If not, thats fine.

That is a beta driver, so you might want to go to the WHQL version if you are having problems with the beta's.

Reliability monitor. Type it into your start menu.


If you said its not happening, then just use your computer as normal. If it happens again, then I'd read the info above.
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post #17 of 17
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Okay. Thanks for your help.
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