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Hello friends,

I was running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on my system
(Mobo: Asus P5Q - CPU: Intel Q6600 - RAM: DDR2 PC2-6400 2x2GB - Power: Thermaltake 750W - Case: Thermaltake Armor) for past more than 1 year, without any issue.
Yesterday I switch off my PC (normal shutdown) and after few hours, when I switch on again, while entering user password screen, system was crashed and gave BSOD
Tried after sometime after check hardware, but same thing happened again. Ran system restore (1 day old) but still it was giving same BSOD
I am sure that no new hardware or software was installed.
Here I'm attaching few screen shots that might give you idea to find out the actual problem.
Please help me as I don't want to re-install OS and softwares.

Thanks



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post #2 of 10
i can take a wild guess..

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IRQL errors combined with STOP 0x0000000 messages could be either hardware or software. I had one a while back from a USB-to-Serial device driver. Fixed it by specifying that the application using the driver run as an XP SP2 application.

The above is an example, as your issue will be caused by something different, so try the following (if you haven't already.)

Do you have an earlier system restore point that you can fall back to? Try looking in "My Computer/ Properties/Advanced System Settings/ System Protection / System Restore" to see if there is a date where you remember the system being stable. (Don't forget to tick the boxes that give you the choice of looking at more system restore points.)

If no joy on the above, then use the Event Viewer and see if you have a misbehaving driver or hardware error/failure listed in one of the logs. You can find Event Logs in Control Panel by typing "Event Logs" into the search box. Check out Administrative Events first and maybe you'll get a clue as to the issue. If nothing in Admin Events, check the individual logs - application, system, etc.,

Good luck - let us know what you find.

ACQ
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This is from Microsoft Support Hope it helps


a. Since when are you facing this issue?
b. Any recent changes made to your computer?
c. Do you get this blue screen with error messages while using some specific application/program?

Check if the issue persists in safe mode and post back with the status so, that we can help you better.
To use a Safe mode option, follow these steps:

1. Restart your computer and start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard. On a computer that is configured for booting to multiple operating systems, you can press the F8 key when the Boot Menu appears.
2. Use the arrow keys to choose Safe Mode in Windows Advanced Options menu appears, and then press ENTER.

If you don't get that error message in safe mode then, it means that some third party application (running in normal mode) is causing the problem.

For more information visit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../cc957609.aspx

Hope this information is helpful.

Umesh P - Microsoft Support
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- Just to add more - system is working in safe mode with any problem and its not rebooting or giving any BSOD
- no issue is the memory as it was tested in safe mode and even windows-7 ran diag tools to check it.
- system restore was done (as mentioned above) but no use
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well. i have installed new fresh copy of Windows 7 Ultimate again and i thought it will solve the problem since it might be few to some drivers issues.
newly installed windows worked for few worked and again i got a BSOD (i was not able to capture it)
later rebooted the PC in safe mode and again in normal mode and check event log and found these 2 critical errors:

1)

The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
AFD
CSC
DfsC
discache
ehdrv
NetBIOS
NetBT
nsiproxy
Psched
rdbss
spldr
tdx
Wanarpv6
WfpLwf

2)

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000d1 (0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000008, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:\\Windows\\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 012611-39000-01

please see if it can clear the picture?
waiting for your reply.
Thanks.


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OK, if it starts in safe mode and no bsod, this is good. start in safe mode, press start button then type in the search box "msconfig" without the quote marks. open msconfig and click sevices tab. then click hide all microsoft services. Now uncheck all remaining sevices. click apply. then click startup tab and uncheck all startup files. click apply. Now reboot in normal mode. If no bsod, then the problem is in one of those unchecked files in msconfig. Now go back into msconfig and turn on half of the files you unchecked in safe mode. if bsod, then problem is in one of those files you just tured back on. if no bsod, open msconfig again and turn on half of the remaining files. reboot. you get the picture, just keep going like that until you find which file is causing your bsod. then you will know what to fix.
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as above event logs are given, can u get close to any file... otherwise i will go for msconfig...
someone from my IT team told me (after checking these screen shots) that it might b a virus which is corrupting some driver files... !!!
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post #9 of 10
i doubt its a virus as its a fresh install.

just try what Socko1965 said. its a driver or program conflict. hence starting in safe mode.
and there is no shortcuts to finding it, as some error codes can mean anything.

you need to isolate the conflict and socko's way is the best way to isolate it.

in safe mode, uncheck all the statup items in msconfig and all the NON microsoft services.
boot into windows, and if everything is fine,
then in windows search box, type in run, and in the box that pops up, msconfig and tick the top 5
then restart pc.
if it bsod's then the conflict is in these 5.

reboot into safemode again and untick the top 2.
reboot again and if its ok then the problem is in the next 3 items. if it bsod's then the problem is in the top 2.

this is an example on how to find the problem. but Socko said it first.

also all i have in startup is MSE, sidebar and MSN, you don't really need anything else as it will only slow down startup.
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Usually means Overheating, too much clock, or wrong voltage. I always get that error when 1 of those 3 happen.
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