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Way too many BSOD's

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Xenii, Jun 19, 2011.

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  1. Xenii

    Xenii Thread Starter

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    I have been getting ALOT of BSOD's, my computer works perfectly fine in-between. I usually get them while playing Mass Effect 2 and also i get them randomly on websites ( youtube, futureshop). It has been getting increasingly annoying as i have gotten about 6 today. I think it is HDD related.:mad::(

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  2. Frank4d

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    I looked at about 10 of the logs, they look random, but most point to hardware. I would test the memory using Memtest86: http://www.memtest.org/#downiso Download the bootable iso (zip), unzip it, and burn it (burn, not copy) to a CD or DVD. Boot your computer from the CD/DVD and let Memtest86 run for several hours. There should be no red errors.

    I would also check the power supply voltages. There is usually a PC Health page in the BIOS Setup utility to display them, or you can use a software utility such as Speedfan (though this is sometimes not accurate).

    Also, ensure you don't have any anti-virus programs running other than Norton/Symantec.
     
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