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LeonK 11-05-10 04:45 AM

Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
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Hello!

I hope you can help me.
Since I installed Windows 7 64bit (clean Installation), I get a bluescreen randomly.
I already tried a lot to fix the problem.. uninstalled AVG 2011, updated Bios, updated all the drivers.. and i used driver verifier. With AVG installed, the system crashed at boot. without avg, verifier runs fine and doesnīt find errors/bad drivers.

If you need, the Dumpīs are attached.
Hope you can halp me!

Thanks,
Leon

FlakMagnet 11-05-10 09:13 AM

Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
Hi Leon,

You could try WhoCrashed. Great utility and has helped me out a few times.

Link : http://www.resplendence.com/whocrashed

LeonK 11-05-10 09:31 AM

WhoCrashed..
 
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First, thank you for your answer.

But WhoCrashed didnīt show me one specific driver that causes the bluescreens.
In evry dump an other one..
Log is attached.


Anything else I can do?

Bman212121 11-05-10 10:43 AM

Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
I'm seeing a lot of issues around ntfs.sys and an error for ata.sys.

It might be related to drive corruption. Check to see if there is a different or updated driver for your sata controller.

Might also not hurt to do a disk check for bad sectors.

Here is a link to the manufacturer's site for drivers.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?Model=P55M Pro&o=Win764

LeonK 11-05-10 10:46 AM

All drivers are up to date
 
Iīve allready checked the drive with chkdsk. It found no errors.
All the drivers in the device manager are up to date..
Is there any Software to check my harddrives?

FlakMagnet 11-05-10 10:55 AM

Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
Hi Leon,

Looks like you have a general stability issue as the log file is showing issues with quite a few different drivers etc.

More suggestions:

1. Do you have anything overclocked? If so, try running at stock to see if that helps.

2. Check voltages are as expected by the components you have installed. e.g. make sure RAM, CPU and NB are running at correct volts. If it is a self-build machine, it's easy to miss something like this and the result could be instability.

3. Make sure the PSU is up to the job. What PSU do you have?

4. Try running some stability tests such as Memtest86 (http://www.memtest.org/) to make sure your PC is generally stable. I suggest Memtest as this does not use any SATA drives. If you have stability issues and are thrashing a hard drive, you could end up corrupting it, so better to make sure the system is generally stable first.

Hope some of that helps. Good luck!

LeonK 11-05-10 11:01 AM

Allready worked fine with 32bit - Sofware issue?
 
Thanks for your suggestions!

1. Nothing is overclocked
2. Iīll check voltages soon.
3. I think PSU has enough power, becouse the system allready worked with 32 bit windows 7..
4. Memtest86 was allready running about 2 hours, no errors.

Could it be Software problem?

ViN86 11-05-10 11:19 AM

Re: Allready worked fine with 32bit - Sofware issue?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LeonK (Post 2342569)
Thanks for your suggestions!

1. Nothing is overclocked
2. Iīll check voltages soon.
3. I think PSU has enough power, becouse the system allready worked with 32 bit windows 7..
4. Memtest86 was allready running about 2 hours, no errors.

Could it be Software problem?

Ok, what is the power rating of your PSU? Please give the 12V amp rating, brand, etc.

Drolfrawd 11-05-10 11:30 AM

Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
Try running your system without avg and cyberlink and i would carefully check your memory.

Also might be worth checking to your temperatures

nekrosoft13 11-05-10 12:26 PM

Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
ok, few things

1) either your windows is really corrupt, because all your crashes happen in system files
follow these instructions: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windo...-system-files/
this will run system integrity test, will check if your system files are corrupt.

2) a lot of BSOD happen around ntfs.sys and other storage drivers, this could mean few things
a) storage controller on your motherboard is faulty
b) memory is bad, run memtest for couple hours over night
c) your hard drives could be bad
d) data cable for your drives could be bad, change cables
e) you have intel board, try going to intel.com and download intel inf drivers

3) remove roque apps that screw around with storage controllers, like deamon tools

4) if all fails, and your findings tell you that your hardware is fine, then reinstall.

frenchy2k1 11-05-10 01:08 PM

Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
Most advices given seconded.
Possible hardware problems causing random BSOD:
- memory: run memtest to rule this out
- PSU: *very* difficult to rule out if you do not have a handy replacement around. Try bumping most voltages a bit if your MB allows it
- HDD controller/HDD: get the latest drivers, try a low level test from your HDD manufacturer (they all have programs to test drive fitness on their website)

good luck!

LeonK 11-06-10 04:43 AM

Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!
 
I think, there are corrupted files. sfc /verify only found some corrupted files (and made my pc crash again). Iīm now going to repair Windows..

Iīm going to tell you if it worked.

Leon


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