Blue screen error on my Windows 7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by rolanp, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. rolanp

    rolanp MDL Junior Member

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    hello! for several days now i keep getting this blue screen error on my startup. Can anyone tell me how to fix this error? Thanks in advance.. :)
     

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  2. LatinMcG

    LatinMcG Bios Borker

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    #3 LatinMcG, Apr 25, 2016
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    or malware damages.. run adwcleaner and more.

    bluescreenview from nirsoft might help.

    access denied issues easy fix is tweaking.com windows repair portable. runn all repairs in safemode with net and then run adwcleaner (from blepingcomputer or toolslib.net) then reboot normal mode, run jetclean.
     
  3. rolanp

    rolanp MDL Junior Member

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    hi, i did a memory check but it did not detect any error so now i checked for the event viewer as suggested by ms and this is what i saw. Should i be worried about this?
     

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    That actually shows less information about the particular BSOD than your first screenshot.
    See if the BSOD message mentions a particular driver (.sys), or if you can provide a dump file from the crash.
     
  5. rolanp

    rolanp MDL Junior Member

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    Hi, i've tried downloading bluescreenview from nirsoft.net and it showed me 3 crashes that occurred on my system and btw where can i download adwcleaner safely? Thanks!
     
  6. rolanp

    rolanp MDL Junior Member

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    Hi, is this the one you are asking?
     

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    Yes. Error codes and crash locations are all different, so there's no apparent common cause. For that reason my guess is still bad RAM, since that can cause failures to occur any time memory access occurs.
    One memory check may not even have an error show up, so try swapping out RAM sticks (if you have multiple) and continue testing to determine which one is bad.
     
  8. rolanp

    rolanp MDL Junior Member

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    #9 rolanp, Apr 25, 2016
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    i have two, i'll try out your suggestion the next time i encounter this issue. I did some updates on my driver see if it fixes the BSOD. Thanks a lot! :)