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  1. For a couple of weeks now I've been getting several different BSODs on one of my 64-bit Win 7 Pro SP1 systems. I don't think I've seen more than one at a time (i.e., the sequence I keep seeing is BSOD, reboot with CHKDSK, then the system runs fine with no issues for hours or days before another BSOD occurs). Due to upload size constraints on this forum, I could only upload 3 of the 5 mini-dumps I've experienced in the last 24 hours. In that time, I've seen 4 different BSOD types: 0x03B, 0x00A, 0x01A, and two 0x04E -- but I've seen a couple of other ones whose error codes I can't recall.
  2. Dear Forum Members, My Asus K70IC notebook running 64-bit Windows 7 failed to boot 4 days ago. It was a very hot day and the soldering of a BGA IC set loose. The problem was fixed by reballing. The notebook is now working perfect but previous Windows 7 installation cannot boot any more. I get BSOD and error 0x0000007B at the beginning of boot process. I tried system repair tools (no errors), chkdsk /f (no errors), fixing MBR, rebuiling BCD (cannot find installation) but nothing helped. Nothing had been changed in the config before switching on again the working notebook except one th
  3. When I try to start Windows normally, a BSoD tells me to run chkdsk /f which I can't do because when I try to launch startup repair, it loads and then just shows me a black screen and a slightly larger than usual cursor which I can move. Running in Safe Mode also gives me the same BSoD. I tried booting my Windows installation disc but I still get the same black screen and movable cursor. I have minor experience with fixing startup problems but sadly, I have no idea of how to fix this. I will be happy to provide any information needed. Reformatting is not an option because my really important p
  4. I am getting following dump files while doing sleep on my computer. Is there way to tell which driver is causing it? Microsoft ® Windows Debugger Version 6.3.9600.16384 AMD64 Copyright © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Loading Dump File [C:\Windows\LiveKernelReports\WATCHDOG\WD-20140130-0939.dmp] Mini Kernel Dump File: Only registers and stack trace are available ************* Symbol Path validation summary ************** Response Time (ms) Location Deferred srv*C:\Local\symbol\cache*http://msdl.microsoft.com/download/symbols Symbol search path is: srv*C:\Local\s
  5. Hi there, I put together a system recently and have had errors since installing windows 7 onto the computer My Build is; i5 3570K Corsair Vengeance 8gb 1600mhz Seagate Barracuda 1TB Nvidia GTX 660 Now the Bsods' I've been having recently are: Driver IRQL not less or equal Pagefault in non paged area Kernel Security check failure All of these were read off of Who Crashed on Windows 8 and were the same errors I was getting on Windows 7 The BSODS happen at very random times, it's so odd infact that I can run CPU intensive applications like Prime 95 for hours on end just fine but then If
  6. Hello, i've had bsod problems for about half a year now, and as smart as I am, I have not really considered taking action until now. I'll try to provide you with as much relevant information as i can, if i've done something wrong or missed something, please tell me. When does the bsod usually happen? - When opening new tabs in google chrome - When doing nothing at all - A few times when playing games, but not very often Observations? - I ran a memtest a couple of months ago, i let it run for 5 hours, it only got one pass along with a hole bunch of errors (pretty sure it was over at least a
  7. i recently disabled the administrator account via command terminal with the net user command. i'm a dummy too because i didn't elevate my user account privledges but there seems as if there was a security loophole. i say this because as a result of doing so i continuously god bsods because encryption software needed elevated privledges. so rebooted to safe mode to find that in safe mode, the administrator account hadn't been disabled and the password was preserved. even though elevated privledges were no longer available to my user account. i was able to restore the admin account for encrypti
  8. Hello everyone, I recently experience a problem with my Windows 7 Ultimate. While playing Dota 2, my computer encountered a BSOD. after waiting for at least 15-20 Minus the computer did not restart on its own, so I manually hit the restart switch. Upon restarting and after booting it became clear that my computer was not the same. It took 20 minutes to reach the welcome to screen and logging in takes twice as long as it usually is. I cannot access my Win7, it is way to slow, I don't think I can collect data for you guys as it would take way too long. Can anybody help me please? :)
  9. I've been getting around 13 BSOD's in the last two months, and i don't have a clue what the cause is. This is what i've tried to fix the problem: -Update Motherboard drivers -Drive error check I can't upload the minidump here since the limit is 200k. But I uploaded the minidump here: http://www.mediafire...t5x55zbrxa2e9mb I beg of you guys to find the problem. My computer is only about 2 months old..
  10. For some reason, I am all of a sudden getting Blue Screens of Death for the past 2 weeks. What I have done: 2 system restores, 1 going way before I had any trouble. Full scans with MS Security Essentials Ran Memtest86+ for 7 hours for what I believe is 3 passes Uninstalling recent programs Checked driver and chipset updates Everything in Device Manager looks fine Pulled the few remain hairs from my head! Specs on my system: - Gateway PC model GM5632E – Complete specs - http://support.gateway.com/s/PC/R/1014739R/1014739Rsp2.shtml - Windows 7 64 bit (upgraded from Vista 32 bit over 1
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