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Standard User McGill_2010
(newbie) Sun 03-Apr-11 13:21:16
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BSOD Errors (Blue Screen of Death)


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Ok i am at my wits end with my computer at the minute, the errors are intermitant and you never know when they will happen. I have bought new RAM thinking it might be that, but no i still get them

Here are the errors that show up:
http://i774.photobucket.com/albums/yy22/McGill_19870...

Can anyone help me pinpoint my problem?

Thanks
McGill_2010

Edited by McGill_2010 (Sun 03-Apr-11 13:23:43)

Standard User 12eason
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 03-Apr-11 14:13:11
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Re: BSOD Errors (Blue Screen of Death)


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Dodgy drivers is my guess. Try uninstalling some and running on the generic ones for a while, or vice versa.
Standard User ukhardy07
(member) Sun 03-Apr-11 14:59:42
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Re: BSOD Errors (Blue Screen of Death)


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Are you running a factory image or a custom install.

If possible run a factory image - e.g using the original restore disks or factory patition. If the problems still occur it's probably a hardware fault. If the problems don't occur, you can rule it's definitely drivers, then do a custom install and install the drivers one by one, till the problems occur. I know it's a huge pain!!

Or if your happy with the factory settings leave it be.

Either way I'd do a reset to factory settings / reinstall the OS if it's custom built.

Edited by ukhardy07 (Sun 03-Apr-11 15:00:40)


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Standard User McGill_2010
(newbie) Sun 03-Apr-11 15:29:31
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Re: BSOD Errors (Blue Screen of Death)


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problem is i done a total reinstall of Windows 7 a while back to see if i could get rid of the BSOD, it was fine for a while then recently its started doing it again
Standard User cavillas
(knowledge is power) Sun 03-Apr-11 15:36:15
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It could be a downloaded driver update that is causing th eproblem, check back on all your updates since re-installing windows 7.

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Standard User cheshire_man
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 03-Apr-11 16:19:42
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Are you by any chance using Networx V.5.1.7?

I had all sorts of BSODs with that version. Since regressing to V5.1.6 I've had none.

Others have reported on the Networx Forum that they've had BSODs with 5.1.7.

Edit: 5.1.7 introduced a new driver, clearly that seems to be causing a number of problems...

Tony

Edited by cheshire_man (Sun 03-Apr-11 16:20:44)

Standard User McGill_2010
(newbie) Sun 03-Apr-11 16:41:32
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In reply to a post by cheshire_man:
Are you by any chance using Networx V.5.1.7?

I had all sorts of BSODs with that version. Since regressing to V5.1.6 I've had none.

Others have reported on the Networx Forum that they've had BSODs with 5.1.7.

Edit: 5.1.7 introduced a new driver, clearly that seems to be causing a number of problems...


No never heard of that program

list of iinstalled updates:
http://i774.photobucket.com/albums/yy22/McGill_19870...
http://i774.photobucket.com/albums/yy22/McGill_19870...
http://i774.photobucket.com/albums/yy22/McGill_19870...
Standard User commandergc
(committed) Sun 03-Apr-11 18:57:46
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The blue screens could be caused by the Ethernet driver. I have had a lot of issues with the Microsoft supplied ones especially for Realtek cards. Goto device manager and note the the model number of your network card then go to http://www.realtek.com.tw/default.aspx and search for the driver. Alternatively if you know what motherboard you have goto the boards manufacturer site and grab the latest driver for it.

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Standard User camieabz
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Standard User Deadbeat
(knowledge is power) Wed 06-Apr-11 03:18:56
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In reply to a post by commandergc:
The blue screens could be caused by the Ethernet driver.....

That's usually the first suspect where a "Driver IRQL not less or equal...." BSOD is thrown.
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