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post #1 of 18
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Hi OCN,

Ive recently had this problem with BSODs. At first i thought my overclocks were unstable(cpu/RAM) but then i ran Prime95/OCCT/LinX/Memtest86+ and they showed no errors. Then i tried ATItool and Furmark to test my GPU and still no errors. I returned all my settings to stock via BIOS and BSODs still occured. Then i tried reinstalling windows and it still didnt solve my problem.

Here are my dump files:
http://hotfile.com/dl/100372008/dd98...56-01.dmp.html
http://hotfile.com/dl/100372192/58b1...37-01.dmp.html

note: BSODs occured more than twice, its just that i only have two dmps with this installation of windows.

also on a side note, sometimes my when i drag stuff my icons become glitchy/pixelated then become normal again thats what i think is causing my BSODs but my graphics card is somewhat fine?
http://img560.imageshack.us/img560/2698/flash1.png
http://img690.imageshack.us/img690/4926/flash2a.png
http://img810.imageshack.us/img810/3443/flash3.png
http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/1431/flash4.png
post #2 of 18
Did you install all your driver up again or did it happen with out drivers and what anti virus do you have.
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Well in most cases bsods appear when a part is dying in my case graphics died,check your ram and graphics at the first place oh and i forgot on my old PC bsod was appearing becouse of my HDD so i replaced it and now it works like a charm
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Did you install all your driver up again or did it happen with out drivers and what anti virus do you have.
i have Kaspersky Internet Security 2010, scanned my computer with maximum scan depth settings 3x and no viruses.
post #5 of 18
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Well in most cases bsods appear when a part is dying in my case graphics died,check your ram and graphics at the first place oh and i forgot on my old PC bsod was appearing becouse of my HDD so i replaced it and now it works like a charm
i ran HDtune 2x and no errors with it. i ran ESTOOL and no errors.
post #6 of 18
If re-installing Windows didn't get rid of it, it's probably faulty hardware. If possible, try swapping out your RAM and GPU for known-working parts and see if the BSOD persists.
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post #7 of 18
Let me grab my laptop and I will tell you where to go because here we will probably just speculate and not really get any where
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If re-installing Windows didn't get rid of it, it's probably faulty hardware. If possible, try swapping out your RAM and GPU for known-working parts and see if the BSOD persists.
i ran tests on them but i dont see any errors are you sure it still could be those parts?
post #9 of 18
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Let me grab my laptop and I will tell you where to go because here we will probably just speculate and not really get any where
much appreciated. i think the dmp files are most useful but the screenshots might help.
post #10 of 18
ok i did not look at your minidump but go here and follow the sticky on how to post you will need to download the program and run perfmon /report at the start and zip it all but that is explained there and then post a new thread on crashes and debugging.

they will help there i was thinking about returning my entire system back to newegg because i could not figure out what the hell was wrong with my pc for about two weeks but it turned out that i was my antivirus that was messing something up on windows so i uninstalled and everything works fine know.

they will take there time there but its understandable with so many people going in there for help.

edit: this is the thread i created there.
Edited by theproodnoob - 1/29/11 at 4:43am
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