BSOD Crash Help!

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baradimir

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I have gotten some BSOD crashes after recently 'cleaning up' my other system yesterday. Attached are the zipped up minidump files. The only significant thing I recall doing yesterday to the system was cleaning the registry files in CCleaner. I think it may have deleted some said unused/duplicate files, so could this be causing my problem? I would greatly appreciate any help!
 

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Howdy,

Did you have any BSODs before using the registry cleaner?

All those minidumps say: Probably caused by : ntoskrnl.exe
 
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I believe you have a chance to save the registry before Ccleaner cleans ..did you save a registry backup before cleaning?
 
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Probably caused by : ntoskrnl.exe is a kind of generic error...can be caused by many things..sometimes memory ..Hard drive etc,....but as you only getting the bsod after a registry clean the it most likely to do with that. Ccleaner is a good cleaner for other things but using any Registry cleaner is not needed and as you have found out dangerous.

See if you have a Restore Point to beforea date before you cleaned the Registry

Go Start>>All Programs>>Accessories>>System Tools>>System Restore

Click on Choose a different Restore Point
 

baradimir

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I am going to test my memory and my HDD and if they come out ok I will try a restore point. Thanks.
 
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