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Old 11-06-10, 04:56 AM   #13
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Default Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!

If your PC isn't working correctly, it could be that that is causing Windows to report corruption on the disc. I'm not saying the disc isn't corrupted, but whatever caused it to be corrupted could be causing it to report corruption (that made sense when I wrote it ).

Also, if you try to fix it, it could cause more corruption.

If you have any data you want to keep, I would make sure you have it backed up, and then probably would do what nekro suggested and re-install Windows. I suggest thaat because you had 32-bit Windows working without issue and have not made any hardware changes in moving to 64-bit. Is that correct?

It doesn't take long to install Windows, and I don't think I would trust anything on my PC without a re-install. If there are corrupted files reported by Windows, you can almost guarantee there are othher corrupted files that Windows does not check (except through CHKDSK).

Go for a reinstall instead of a repair would be my advice. As they say in Aliens, "It's the only way to be sure".
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Old 11-06-10, 05:02 AM   #14
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Default Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!

If you do re-install Windows, make sure it works properly at every stage. After install, make sure things are working correctly before installing any updates/new drivers etc. Then install updates and check again. If you have any drivers you need to install, install those next and make sure everything still works. Then install any software you use and test it again.

If the problem in drivers/software related, you can hopefully narrow it down by moving in stages.

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Old 11-06-10, 05:39 AM   #15
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Default Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!

Hello FlakMagnet,
I didnīt do any hardware changes. BSOD were only with x64 Windows.
Now I repaired the files with sfc /scannow (had to run in safe mode).
It said that corrupted files were found and repaired. I took a look at the log-file, but donīt know what all of this stuff means.
Now Iīll wait, If it crashes again.. If, then Iīll have to reinstall.
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Old 11-06-10, 01:32 PM   #16
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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?
If it happens again you definitely should check the HDD for errors. I don't know the manufacturer of your drive, but if it's a seagate or maxtor then seatools should work for that drive:

http://www.seagate.com/www/en-us/sup...loads/seatools

If it's a Western Digital use:

http://support.wdc.com/product/downl...&sid=3&lang=en

Hitachi:

http://www.hitachigst.com/support/downloads/

There should be the most common drives and the solutions to test the disks.
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Old 11-06-10, 01:37 PM   #17
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Default Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!

Thanks,
I was allready running the quick scan with the WD tool (I got a Black Caviar 1 TB).
It passed without errors.
There was no BSOD for about 10 hours, but Iīm still not sure if the problem is fixed..
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Old 11-07-10, 06:46 AM   #18
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Well, the corrupted system files didnīt fix the problem..
BUT:
I think the driver for my "Fritz Wlan Stick" could be the problem.. i uninstalled it, and use now the network driver wich came with windows.

Hardware is 100% ok.. must be any driver.. :-D
thanks for your help..
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Old 11-07-10, 06:49 AM   #19
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You're welcome. Come again soon.
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Old 11-09-10, 11:23 AM   #20
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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?

HELP!

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Old 11-15-10, 03:42 PM   #21
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Default Re: Random BSODs: Canīt find the reason!

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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?

HELP!

Leon
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

http://www.viaarena.com/Driver/v8700a_20100923.zip

Intel P55 chipset driver

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...18494&lang=eng

Realtek RTL8111DL NIC driver

http://218.210.127.131/downloads/dow...&GetDown=false

ATI Radeon driver

http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownloa...64-Bit Edition

DirectX 10 June 2010 update

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/e...1-50ceb6d8fa8d

ASrock P55M Pro BIOS

http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.as...55M Pro&o=BIOS
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Old 11-16-10, 07:10 AM   #22
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Default Think I found the problem..

So now Iīm running windows with only 2gb of ram..
and had no more bsod.
But how is it possible that my ram is running at 32bit without problems, and in 64 bit it crashes all the time? Seems strange to mee. (Itīs more or less no name ram, the chips are from "Axega"..I Bough these on E-bay. )

Well now Iīll have to buy new ram. Which one would you suggest me to buy? Which brand?
Iīd like to have 8gigs (2x4, so I can upgrade to 16gb in future :-D ).
But it shouldnīt be for gaming, it has to be fail-safe :-D
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Stay away from generic memory, they not reliable and no good at overclocking.

I suggest you to get good brand either Kingston, Corsair, Crucial, OCZ, G-Skill or Geil. Just get the cheapest one and make sure it has heatspreaders on both side. Bought the cheapest branded 8GB DDR2 800 2x4 OCZ Gold memory for around Ģ60 2 years ago, it was great at overclock.
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