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Keep getting different BSODs

  1. #1

    Keep getting different BSODs

    Hey guys,

    Ive been getting Several BSOD. So far ive gotten :





    and this is all within about 90 mins. it's a fairly new computer (Ive had it 3 months). This has been going on for about a month now off and on.

    can someone help? ive uploaded the .zip file Forgive me if i failed to mention something.(this is my 1st post)


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  2. #2

    Posts : 356
    Windows 8.1 Enterprise

    Few dumps indicate a *possible* hardware error, but it's hard to tell so let's eliminate that first...

    on below link you will see how to perform memory test, if possible try to familiarize yourself with this procedure because it would be good if you can perform an "extended" test with at least 2 "pass counts" as explained at the bottom of page:
    Diagnosing memory problems on your computer

    Unfortunately there is no easy way to test Nvidia card, one needs to compile executable for windows, so it would be good if you have some graphics houngy game? which would hopefully reproduce BSOD.

    Following 2 tests are most probably not really needed as first 2 but do it anyway for every hard drive you might have:
    Check your hard disk for errors

    Same as above, not really needed but it might help reproduce BSOD:

    Report details of your results, and if you get new BSOD's share new dumps.
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  3. #3

    I ran the memory test and it detected a hardware problem immediately, but when the diagnostic test was over it commenced to restart but it failed. Attached is photos of the errors.
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  4. #4

    Posts : 356
    Windows 8.1 Enterprise

    If your PC is under warranty it would be best to take it to technician, otherwise if you know how to disassemble PC you can try to pull one memory stick out and repeat the process to identify which stick is bad ( if so ).
    And so on until you find out which one is faulty ( leaving 4Gb of memory available for boot, you have 16 Gb).

    If all memory sticks are OK, you can also run disk checking from link above.

    Note: disassembling PC that is under warranty might nullify your warranty.
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  5. #5

    Almost certainly a RAM issue.
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