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A variety of BSOD's

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by daniel_hb, Jan 13, 2011.

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  1. daniel_hb

    daniel_hb Thread Starter

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    hey guys ive accumulated a large amount of BSOD's over some time and it is starting to bother me. My computer is 1 year old and contains these system specs:
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    System Manufacturer/Model Number:
    Asus
    OS:
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
    CPU:
    Intel Core2 Quad Q8400 @ 2.66GHz
    Motherboard:
    ASUS P5KPL-AM/PS
    Memory:
    3584 Megabytes Usable Installed Memory
    Graphics Card:
    NVIDEA GeForce 9800 GT
    Sound Card:
    Intel 82801GB ICH7 - High Definition Audio Controller
    Monitor Display:
    Dell 1800FP (Digital)
    Hard Drives:
    Intel(R) 82801GB/GR/GH (ICH7 Family) Serial ATA Storage Controller - 27C0 
    Intel(R) 82801G (ICH7 Family) Ultra ATA Storage Controllers - 27DF 
    I get BSOD's ranging from pfn list corrupt, memory management, bad pool header and others. Ive used windows performance manager and found that i have 1 plug and play device that isnt working properly and im not sure how to go about finding which plug and play device it is. I have had errors occur with programs that i use on the computer and sometimes a re-install will temporarily fix it but the errors will usually come back. I have a list of dumpfiles attached which im hoping someone will be able to work out. Ive tried consulting other forums in the past but they are slow to answer and sometimes dont answer at all. Im hoping this forum wont act the same way.
    Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks.
     

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  2. w7pro

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    You might want to consider doing a clean install of Windows 7. I know that some people think it's a bit on the extreme side, but barring the fact that you have to backup your data, it might be the best way to rule out serious hardware issues.

    -- Ryan
    Windows Outreach Team
     
  3. daniel_hb

    daniel_hb Thread Starter

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    may i ask how a re-install will fix this problem? i dont intend to be doubtful but I dont understand how this will fix it as i have already installed Windows 7 as this computed used to be Vista.

    (wont the BSOD's just come back later if i do a re-install?)
     
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