Several BSOD Errors

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ehcanadian

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Hey Folks,

I've been getting BSOD errors, but I can't figure out the problem because it seems to be different each time.

I've been able to snap a few pictures. Specifically, these pictures are from three BSODs in a row. The laptop starts up and I'll type in my password to login, but before hitting the desktop, its BSODs.

Here are my Specs:

Gateway ID49C01h
OS: W7 Ultimate 64-bit
Processor: Intel i3-350M
Video Card: Nvidia GT 330M
Ram: 4 GB

Here are the pictures:
I didn't get the entire monitor in the first picture





Thank you!

Edit: Let me check out the image error
Edit 2: Success! Pictures showing up.
 

crjdriver

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Stop errors can be caused by a number of things. The very first thing I would do would be to check your temps and voltages; specifically the cpu temp, system temp, 12V, 5V, and 3.3V values. Post those here for review. This info is available in the bios OR you can install something like hwmonitor.
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
 

ehcanadian

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Thank you,

I've also posted my question here

How long after do you recommend saving the data?

I had problems starting up games, in that they would not start up, or crash, and then I'd get a BSOD. Sometimes I've had steam or a game in my processes but it wouldn't start up. I'd try ending the process but it wouldn't close.

Anyway, I reinstalled/updated my nvidia driver and the game started up. Sometimes I get a sort of 'cracking' of squares in the screen when playing.
 

crjdriver

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Post your temps and voltages after the system has been running for a while or after stressing the system. You can upload a screenshot of hwmonitor; it will show current values and min/max values.
 
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