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I've done it again, since the BSODs starting appearing, and of course, no change. I had a old ASUS board that actually put it into its user manual in the fine print next to a *. Nothing changed. I found a .dmp file and will attach it. http://aaaconverter.com/bsod-at/bsod-at-seemingly-random.html

I'm pretty sure the SSD is just for quickly loading the operating system, or at least I got an explanation similar to that. I've been getting the bluescreens at seemingly random times daily. I had Microsoft Security Essentials on my last computer and it seemed to work pretty well. Crashes and Debugging Returning BSoD(seemingly random)Hello, I'm posting this as I just received a second BSoD. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/363174-bsod-random-times-no-specific-activity-reason.html

Luckly i have a second one from Intel and it`s ok for now. If need be I can go through option two as well and ill post that information as well. If this happens, make sure a debugger gets connected, and the system is booted /DEBUG. KebooseAug 3, 2014, 9:06 PM I found another post here that talks about how identical RAM from different batches may be incompatible.

Most Windows applications will work just fine on Windows 8. Find a qualified repair shop and see about getting a refurbished board. They do not appear to be triggered by any sort of error, and I don't appear to be overheating or running out of power, which are 2 common causes of check The Windows System Assessment is just a way of rating the relative speed of components based on some arbitrary scale known only to Microsoft, it is in no sense a diagnostic

Designed by James Willock. Honestly, I think you should get someone else to fix this. I later tried to load up Far Cry and it took literally almost 2 minutes to load just the level. All rights reserved.

All our stuff and things home about advertise hey, developers! Read More and any audio that was playing will often continue to do so. System works fine now. Most Windows applications will work just fine on Windows 8.

Should I use this program?Also, I checked with my graphics vendor, and they just send me to the AMD website (I already have the latest drivers from there.)These are the .dmp http://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/59342-seeimingly-random-bsods-no-obvious-reason.html When I go to properties for the C: drive, all I can find is one drive and it is telling me it's working fine. The exact nature of the bluescreen is a freeze, with sound stutter, then the sound of a fan audibly switching off, BSOD, reboot. Process of elimination.

Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Matt Smith 911 articles Matthew Smith is a freelance writer living in Portland Oregon. http://aaaconverter.com/bsod-at/bsod-at-random-times-noob-at-this-forum.html status with CrystalDisk Info. Office365 and websites are used primarily but nothing too high stress on the laptop. I simply can't recreate them.

Well, I didn't think anything of it. Ugh. Several responses have mentioned or appear to be referring to a Laptop. his comment is here Could there still be something wrong?

Reply ssssssss February 9, 2016 at 10:54 am So, how do you know if it's your monitor? The problem may not even be the power supply’s fault, so to speak, if you’ve upgraded recently. Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top #7 iflytoohigh iflytoohigh Topic Starter Members 12 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:55 PM Posted 09 September 2015 - 07:30 AM Please go

I still haven't upgraded Windows itself.

The next time it crashes without a memory dump - please include the entire log file. I have the minidumps right here, could you have a look at them? Reply With Quote 16-06-2012,12:50 PM #2 Alex Bakke View Profile View Forum Posts Network Hub Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 469 Are Windows, Tera and Psychonauts all on the SSD? After that, what am I looking for to know it's bad?

If you run chkdsk on the command prompt use chkdsk/f (fix designation). Reply With Quote 17-06-2012,09:49 AM #18 Feldspar View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Lesser Hivemind Node Join Date Jan 2012 Posts 634 I'm sorry, I think you really don't know The first time I was in class reading notes on chrome, the second time was when I was typing a report in word, and the third time was today when I weblink Once the system is stable again, feel free to resume the overclocking.Beyond this, as there was only 1 memory dump in the upload, I have these 4 suggestions:1.

Motherboards also don't support all combinations of RAM sizes in all slots, so it's important to read the manual or look up what sequence they they need to be in. Good luck. Reply JOHNCHAP2 April 8, 2016 at 4:08 pm My BSOD occurs randomly and at various frequencies. Reply With Quote 16-06-2012,05:48 PM #12 Bobtree View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Secondary Hivemind Nexus Join Date Sep 2011 Posts 1,037 Any stability problems at all suggest you should

It's a technical, tedious process, so I suggest you get someone to help you. If you have added additional hard-disk, you could be overtaxing the PSU. Both time the "Rebuild was unsuccessful" and "System Restore will try to restore to an earlier time before the problem." Luckily for me System Restore was able to restore. I reset the CMOS RAM on my motherboard, so we're back to defaults.

Unfortunately, we had already followed those steps back when I first upgraded his PC from Windows 7 to Windows 10. If it's clean, you're done. I do have an SSD, I can see it (I checked when checking where the RAM was and all...and yes, I Googled all this to know what I was looking for...), I have managed to comply with all your directions, minus uploading the .zip file to box.com.

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Didn't check all of them. Also-also, If I'm reading the memtest screenshots right, the tests were being run at 800MHz, exactly half the default speed. These are the crash dumps I got from a program called WhoCrashed.I re-installed the drivers for: all the hard drives (except the SSD,) my video drivers, and the driver for my

The first thing I would expect to be a cause is heat, and a fan might be failing, allowing the PC to overheat and then shut itself down to protect components. I did, however, find a text document within the temp files that was generated around the same time as the crash. It blue screened at around the 8 hour mark while I was playing a game and backing up my computer, and then it blue screened AGAIN within the first few minutes The time now is 09:55 PM.