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Constant random BSOD when running 64 bit w7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by pangdabest, Dec 31, 2012.

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  1. pangdabest

    pangdabest Thread Starter

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    Hey all,

    So my problem is that whenI 'm running Windows 7 Pro 64 bit I experience constant random BSOD's. This does NOT happen at all when I'm running 32 bit. My specs are as follows:

    i5 3570k @ stock
    8gb Vengence of 1333 ram
    msi 670
    z77a-g43
    corrsair 750tx

    None of the above have ever been overclocked. I've tried updating my BIOS, running memtest, reinstalling windows from a fresh iso, nothing works. The crashes seem to occur at completely random times and always have a different message. I doubt I've tried everything but if you have any ideas/suggestions about what I should do it would be appreciated :)
     
  2. Lance1

    Lance1

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    Hello pangdabest, Welcome to TSG.

    In order to find out what is the cause we need to see the dump file created during the blue screen. Please go to C:\Windows and look for minidump. copy it to the desktop and compress it and upload here. How To: Click Go Advanced. At the bottom click Manage Attachments. Click Browse and go to here the compressed minidump is and select it and then click upload.
     
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