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BSOD at random times, error 0x0000004e

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by kai246, Aug 10, 2012.

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  1. kai246

    kai246 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    Ive recently built my own computer, however at random times when im on it, it will blue screen with a 0x0000004e error. I have Windows 7 professional 64 bit and ive also attached all the information including a few dumps from the times it has crashed. It has happened before a few times but i reinstalled the os so the dumps went with it. I will add more dumps each time it does blue screen. Also I downloaded BlueScreenViewer and it came back with a majority of the problems coming from a driver called "ntoskrnl". I have ran memtest for about 8 hours (With about 8 passes) and came back with no errors so i do believe it is a driver problem other than that, I have no clue what the problem is and any help would be appreciated.

    I went on to run OCCT for 30 minutes, whilst it was testing it stopped and said there was an error in core 1. I then ran it again and it stopped again saying that there was an error in core 0. I have uploaded the graphs from both of these test for analysis. The minimum temperature ranged from about 26 - 29 degrees (Idle) and the maximum was ranged from 64 - 70 degrees.

    Thanks in advance
     

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    Part 1 of the second OCCT test
     

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    Hi, Hssonline, thank you for the reply. I did the steps provided, however this did not fix the problem as it blue screened shortly after. I have added the dump as well.
     

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  5. hssonline

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    meantime can you just disable your display drivers from control pannel ... this will cause poor quality of picture.

    And see if bsod occurs.
     
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