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Old 11-15-10, 02:42 PM   #21
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Default Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!

Originally Posted by LeonK View Post
Hello again..

My bluescreen problem doesnīt seem to be fixed, I had some more bluescreens.
I attached 3 more dumps..

Iīm pretty shure itīs a bad driver.. but how do i find it?


I looked at the dump files. $R1NY6I1.dmp caused by ATI driver atikmdag.sys, Windows 7 driver ntoskrnl.exe and DirectX 10 driver dxgmms1.sys. $R0GVIAY.dmp caused by Windows 7 driver ntfs.sys and NIC driver tunnel.sys. $RVY8L0F.dmp caused by NIC driver ndis.sys and Windows 7 driver ntoskrnl.exe.

I suggest you to try update BIOS, all your device drivers and DirectX 10 to the latest version.

VIA HD Audio VT1708S driver

Intel P55 chipset driver

Realtek RTL8111DL NIC driver

ATI Radeon driver Edition

DirectX 10 June 2010 update

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