Windows 7 Pro and BSOD help

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by myamar, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. myamar

    myamar MDL Junior Member

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  2. venu

    venu MDL Addicted

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    #3 venu, Mar 13, 2010
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    Your crash dump doesnt point any probable cause. 3 generic things you can do.
    1) run a malware cleaner like malwarebytes.
    2) update your drivers.
    3) Boot in safe mode and see whether the bsod occurs or not. if not, it is probably a driver issue.
     
  3. spacednow

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    Just a quick "maybe". If you run a MajicJack, their latest "update" , which can't be uninstalled; caused my win7ultimate random BSODs.......... It's now in several hundred pieces at the bottom of my trash can, and the BSODs are gone :)
     
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  4. myamar

    myamar MDL Junior Member

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    Thank you for your replies guys. Actually I have BSODs occasionally when I restart or turn laptop off. And I use latest drivers for everything (I installed chipset drivers as first, then graphic driver etc). But I thought it might be because of soundriver. I had this laptop with Vista OEM and Realtek ALC862 soundcard. But sound driver from Vista can't be installed in Win 7 (well it can in compatabile mode but I always receive error) so I downloaded latest Realtek HD driver 2.43 which I am not sure if should be used here. And I have modded BIOS from Yen which works great and I never had BSOD in Vista when I used this modded BIOS so I am desperate. But thx for your replies.

    And I scanned with malwarebytes, superantispyware, spywareterminator, and Avira and nohign found (I don't run any "cracks" or stuff liek that).
     
  5. venu

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    There is one additional piece of info that you have now provided- that the bsod happens at startup and shutdown. while hopefully its just a driver issue, the 8E bug sometimes relates to a hardware incompatibility problem. so make sure your cpu fans are working, do a memtest.
     
  6. myamar

    myamar MDL Junior Member

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    I run Memory Diagnostic Tool in Windows 7 and there was no error. And BSOD happens only at shutdown (or restart).