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Solved: Bsod stop: 0x0000007f, (0x0000000000000008, 0x0000000080050031, 0x00000000000

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by GreatWhiteNorth, May 24, 2010.

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  1. GreatWhiteNorth

    GreatWhiteNorth Thread Starter

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    BSOD STOP:

    0X0000007F, (0X0000000000000008, 0X0000000080050031, 0X00000000000406F8, 0XFFFFF80002E57E58)

    0X0000007F, (0X0000000000000008, 0X0000000080050031, 0X00000000000406F8, 0XFFFFF80002E86E58)

    Have been having this problem - any ideas what is causing it?
     
  2. petan

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    hi include more informations about it
     
  3. GreatWhiteNorth

    GreatWhiteNorth Thread Starter

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    Sorry I've had 4 crashes this morning! And now if I try to copy anything the computer hangs.


    New STOP's - same 1st parts different last part.

    0XFFFFF80002E9BE58)
    0XFFFFF80002E8BE58)
     
  4. GreatWhiteNorth

    GreatWhiteNorth Thread Starter

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    This has been going on for almost 2 months.
    Last week replaced:
    1 the Mother Board
    2 the Hard Drive
    3 the Keyboard

    Have just done a clean installed of Windows 7 on May 20, 2010 & no problems until this morning.

    Am also running ZoneAlarm - which I read on a Microsoft Forum might be an issue so I've switched it off.
     
  5. GreatWhiteNorth

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    2 months ago Dell replaced the keyboard but in the process the Technichian didn't reconnect the fan. The following day I noticed that the computer was running slower & slower & then I realised that the fan was not running so I shut it down.

    Dell came back & re-connected the fan, but I still have my original processor & RAM. It seems everything else has been replaced.

    Can't figure out if it's software related or hardware?
     
  6. petan

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    it may be your ram start a memory check in control panels
     
  7. GreatWhiteNorth

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    They are coming today to replace my RAM!

    I've come to the conclusion that I only get BSOD when the computer has been running for a while - in other words it's HOT & the whole thing relates to the fan being disconnected!
     
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    On May 28 Dell replaced the RAM & the Processor - haven't had any problems since then!
     
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