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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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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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Re: BSOD Errors (Blue Screen of Death)


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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.
Standard User Deadbeat
(knowledge is power) Wed 06-Apr-11 03:27:42
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In reply to a post by McGill_2010:
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



It would be helpful if we could see the actual and exact BSOD error code along with when it occurred and what if anything was going at the time.
"Automatic Reboot On Fatal Error" or whatever it's called will need to be disabled to allow you to see the BSOD and the exact error code should be carefully noted and then posted here.

In the meantime, install the correct LAN driver and WLAN driver if it exists, turn off "Boot from LAN" or "PXE Boot" or whatever it's called feature in the BIOS and check that all cards, cables and memry modules etc are correctly seated.
If you've changed any BIOS settings even beore these faults appeared, set the BIOS to load it's optimal defaults and change nothing but the boot order perhaps.
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