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So I will work in a step-wise fashion, based on your previous posts. still dont know whats the issue solved Not sure what's happening.. It says it has recovered but it does not, and eventually I have to re-boot it. my psu is a 750 watt corsair tx series. More about the author

Back to top #15 Sir Roland MXIII Member The Spear 1,151 posts LocationIdaho Posted 22 December 2012 - 03:32 PM Gremlich Johns, on 22 December 2012 - 09:47 AM, said: can Thanks for your responses. CPU temp is 51 degrees, so it is not particularly hot. BCCode:a BCP1:00000001008A81C2 BCP2:0000000000000002 BCP3:0000000000000001 BCP4:FFFFF80002087780 OS Version:6_0_6000 Service Pack:0_0 Product:256_1 Server information:a074a2e6-355b-41cd-bc9b-2bf78787fd6b Mini051008-02.dmp sysdata.xml Version.txt BCCode:1a BCP1:0000000000000403 BCP2:FFFFF680000177C0 BCP3:C54000003503A867 BCP4:FFFFF680000176C0 OS Version:6_0_6000 Service Pack:0_0 Product:256_1 Mini051008-01.dmp sysdata.xml Version.txtEdited by wire -

So it is quite possible the RAM is bad. I don't want a log file, I want the exception from the BSOD*BEFORE* the computer restarts. Don't run that CPU without the heat sink & fan. I was just surfing the web and checking email when it crashed.

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Use a Memory Tester to see if you have a bad stick of RAM. Lots of hardware diags out there, like Sandra for instance, get the PSU issue handled, and start lookin up your errors. Already have an account? BCCode:a BCP1:00000001008A81C2 BCP2:0000000000000002 BCP3:0000000000000001 BCP4:FFFFF80002087780 OS Version:6_0_6000 Service Pack:0_0 Product:256_1 Server information:a074a2e6-355b-41cd-bc9b-2bf78787fd6b Mini051008-02.dmp sysdata.xml Version.txt BCCode:1a BCP1:0000000000000403 BCP2:FFFFF680000177C0 BCP3:C54000003503A867 BCP4:FFFFF680000176C0 OS Version:6_0_6000 Service Pack:0_0 Product:256_1 Mini051008-01.dmp sysdata.xml Version.txt sorry i cant

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After a reboot, test it until it BSODs again - if it doesn't get a BSOD after a week or two, you've probably found the cure. gss100, Apr 14, 2012 #34 satrow Major Geek Extraordinaire Installing W8 should rule out software/drivers, if it still has a problem, it should be hardware. TechSpot is a registered trademark. Did you uninstall Sophos (sorry, I wrote Panda earlier)?

it just never gets hot enough to need it. http://openfeedback.org/random-bsod/another-random-bsod.php but it could also be a driver issue. no MWO for a while it looks like :-/ Back to top Back to Archive · Next Unread Topic → 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 satrow, Apr 12, 2012 #28 gss100 Private E-2 Here is the link: https://www.virustotal.com/file/6a0...45907429f63119413d96c0a8/analysis/1334264588/ It is clean.

Page faults 8082, resolution time 1665691.5507 I have 4 GB of memory. You may also... plodr, Jan 14, 2013 #39 gss100 Private E-2 plodr said: ↑ Go here http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect maybe Intel will come up with the proper driver for the video chip on the board.Click to click site VGA hardly ever goes over 70C That blue screen hardly ever happens while I am playing a game, it happens often when I am doing "nothing" or just away.

Thanks Mar 27, 2012 #7 01tdipower TS Rookie Topic Starter I might have found the problem. solved Need help with BSOD issue solved BSoD for a few weeks, more frequent to the point of unusable.. i figured the battletech crowd are a slightly older and more tech savvy group then your average gaming community so i thought this might be an ideal place to ask for

Back to top #18 Klaxon Member 77 posts LocationThe Inner Sphere Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:55 AM i know it has been a while but i thought i would post

Are all your drivers up to date is an easy one and go with NV reference driver rather than the manufacturer. Loading User Symbols Loading unloaded module list ....... ******************************************************************************* * * * Bugcheck Analysis * * * ******************************************************************************* Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information. Set your memory to pre-overclocking settings/timings and tell us if stability is achieved. Also one or more ISR routines belonging to a driver in your system appear to be executing for too long.

Sophos and Microsoft Security Essentials. gss100, Apr 13, 2012 #32 satrow Major Geek Extraordinaire Any recent memory dumps? Will not let me delete it from the registry :-( Many thanks. navigate to this website satrow, Mar 24, 2012 #14 gss100 Private E-2 satrow said: ↑ No time restrictions here respond when you can.

here is the xml file: http://pastebin.com/hsnbcQ8V the first three dump files: http://pastebin.com/V0mFMa9E http://pastebin.com/2FjVzvEU http://pastebin.com/TLdL3aUj and a couple of shots of one of the bluescreens: http://imgur.com/3OQGS http://imgur.com/ajezG probably worth noting that the RAM is slightly underclocked now :/ Mar 28, 2012 #13 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +234 Yes, this could have been the problem all along... You could possibly under-clock the CPU to get it to run without a fan & heatsink, but I would defiantly not recommend it.