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BSOD ---I'm totally stumped

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by ApathyCre8sChaos, Jan 26, 2011.

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  1. ApathyCre8sChaos

    ApathyCre8sChaos Thread Starter

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    Until recently I've been experiencing some serious multiple BSODs on a daily basis. This was also during a time when I was burning movies using Nero's Vision X-Tra program which has a movie preview screen that plays while the movie burns. If I were to run multiple applications at the same time as burning a movie, it was almost guaranteed to crash. however, I bought this rig with the sole purpose of being able to multitask and run multiple programs at once. If I run a video converter at the same time as Nero, it will crash, if I just run Nero sometimes it will crash. If I run photoshop it will crash, if I don't do anything but use a P2P program and browse the net, it will crash, but sporadically, and recently I have not been burning as many movies because I hate the PC crashing as much as it does and it has been crashing less. I thought it was the drivers for the video card I have which is an ATI Radeon 4650 which I found out on another blog site were the main cause of other people's PCs crashing as well as the BIOS version for my particular mobo, so I updated the drivers for the video card and updated the BIOS and for about 24 hours or a little less everything was great, and I thought the issue was resolved, and then BAM! Yet again, another BSOD. Soooooo, I have been dealing with this for months now and have researched it to hell and back with no luck. I am going crazy with not knowing how to fix this, and I am minidump error file illiterate so i finally had to cry out for help from the professionals. I would be extraordinarily grateful to anyone who would take a look at the minidump files I have attached to this post. I don't know how to narrow it down to whether its a hardware issue or a software issue, but my gut instinct tells me its related to my video card ( though my gut instinct has been known to almost get me killed for being completely wrong). Thanks ahead of time.
     

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  2. fel1x

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    almost all of your crashes are ntoskrnl.exe

    start type cmd right click it run as administrator then type sfc /scannow enter leave it to run

    if it finds anything repeat the command

    then do a full check disc either cmd or via explorer (right click C drive properties tools error check tick both re boot)

    if problems persist then you will need more indepth assistance so post back then


     
  3. zorgan

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    right click c drive goto properties, tools, check now, automatically fix file system errors.
    your system may have to re-boot before it checks your hard drive (data integrity check) known as chkdsk command.

    download bootable cd with memtest

    http://www.memtest.org/

    download bootable cd with seatools

    http://www.seagate.com/www/en-us/support/downloads/seatools

    run both to see if your memory and your hard drive are in shape physically.

    let me know how you get on please.

    Zorgan.
     
  4. ApathyCre8sChaos

    ApathyCre8sChaos Thread Starter

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    Thanks guys for your help/input. i am currently reading these postings from work so I will have to wait until I go home to implement any of these troubleshooting techniques. I will post back once finished. Thanks again!
     
  5. croy

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    im also having blue screen on my computer when i shut down or restart it. not all the time, but i think 6 times already. my computer is kinda new. so im not really sure if the hardware is to blame. im getting the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL in Windows 7 32-bit. anybody knows how to fix this?
     
  6. croy

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    my computer specs are ECS G41T-M6, Core 2 Duo E7500, GeForce GT240, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD, Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit.
    i already memtested my computer for about 3hrs. didnt get any errors. i also changed my previous video card (HD 5550) to GT240. im still experiencing blue screen unexpectedly.
     
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