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- 12/11/16--02:11: _BSOD 0x00000074, ca...
- 12/11/16--04:19: _BSOD once an hour 0...
- 12/13/16--19:24: _BSOD and Start Up R...
- 12/14/16--23:03: _Random BSOD - Windo...
- 12/15/16--00:34: _BSOD while starting...
- 12/16/16--02:34: _BSOD windows 7 x64
- 12/16/16--08:21: _BSOD Windows 7 IRQL...
- 12/16/16--20:34: _BSOD usually when a...
- 12/17/16--03:50: _BSOD in minutes [0x...
- 12/17/16--10:51: _BSOD referencing FL...
- 12/18/16--11:46: _Surprise brief BSOD...
- 12/18/16--15:48: _repeating BSOD over...
- 12/18/16--23:40: _BSOD x101 and x124
- 12/19/16--07:56: _Sudden repeated BSO...
- 12/19/16--10:01: _BSOD Computer has r...
- 12/19/16--19:49: _BSOD atikmpag.sys
- 12/20/16--05:55: _BSOD mainly while p...
- 12/20/16--12:37: _BSOD on bosses HP P...
- 12/20/16--15:01: _BSOD playing games,...
- 12/20/16--16:13: _BSOD 0x19 and 0xE5 ...
- 12/11/16--02:11: BSOD 0x00000074, can't get into Safe Mode, can't boot from CD
- 12/11/16--04:19: BSOD once an hour 0x000000f4
- 12/13/16--19:24: BSOD and Start Up Repair won't work, Booting in safe mode neither!
- 12/14/16--23:03: Random BSOD - Windows 7 x64
- 12/15/16--00:34: BSOD while starting up Android Studio
- 12/16/16--02:34: BSOD windows 7 x64
- 12/16/16--08:21: BSOD Windows 7 IRQL_GT_ZERO_AT_SYSTEM_SERVICE
- 12/16/16--20:34: BSOD usually when alt+tabbing or closing a game, error 0x100000ea
- 12/17/16--03:50: BSOD in minutes [0x0000003B]
- 12/17/16--10:51: BSOD referencing FLTMGR.SYS when install/uninstall various programs
- 12/18/16--11:46: Surprise brief BSOD while reading a Yahoo.com e-mail
- 12/18/16--15:48: repeating BSOD over and over
- 12/18/16--23:40: BSOD x101 and x124
- 12/19/16--07:56: Sudden repeated BSOD referencing ntoskrnl.exe
- 12/19/16--10:01: BSOD Computer has rebooted from a bugcheck 0x00000116
- 12/19/16--19:49: BSOD atikmpag.sys
- 12/20/16--05:55: BSOD mainly while playing CSGO, have DMP files
- 12/20/16--12:37: BSOD on bosses HP Pavilion I know it's an i7 with ddr4 ram
- 12/20/16--15:01: BSOD playing games, various bug check codes.
*My laptop is a Dell Inspiron 5737 with Win 7.*
Hi guys, so yesterday I was changing some values in the registry and I was asked to reboot the system. It never got done, as a BSOD occured.
The BSOD error message is 0x00000074. I can't turn the system on in a safe mode as well - I get the BSOD too.
My only choice seemed to be formatting the whole thing, but when trying to boot from the...
Hi - I started getting a BSOD I think about three weeks ago. At first it was infrequent, but lately it has been happening on average around once an hour or so.
I have seen similar BSOD reports where (as you'll see in the attachment) no dump file is created.
So far I've tried updating the BIOS to the latest version, as well as a few troubleshooting scans (Lenovo hardware scan via BIOS,...
The problem is with my wife's computer - it won't start up at all!
(So the instructions of http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/96879-blue-screen-death-bsod-posting-instructions.html aren't of any use as the computer won't get that far to execute them...)
We know that the battery has problems, but where we are (Peru - travelling full-time) we cannot get a replacement. Until today it...
This has just recently started. I am using Windows 7 x64 which I upgraded from a x86 version some weeks ago. It worked flawlessly for most of its time, but just recently, say from a few days, random BSODs have started appearing. Sometimes I'll get them in some minutes and sometimes they won't even appear for hours. Please help. I've attached the zip file as mentioned in the BSOD forum...
Had recurring BSOD earlier this year (while internet browsing with Chrome) and eventually had the hard drive replaced at local PC shop.
BSOD continued immediately with new hard drive, returned PC and staff assured me that new BSOD was an installation problem with new software.
Staff Reformatted hard drive and reinstalled software and no problems for the past month until BSOD today while...
Sometimes when i start computer or play games or download something this happens:
system specs in my profile
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1035
Additional information about the problem:
I'm not sure about the cause of the BSOD my windows has stopped generating dump files for quite some time.
This BSOD already happens for several time now so I'm dying to know what's the cause of the problem
If i'm not mistaken, the error code should be something like 0x00000000004a but again, I'm not certain about this
For the dump files, I tried changing between small memory dump and kernel...
Hello, for the past few weeks I've been trying to fix this and what I have tried so far is reinstalling my drivers (with DDU) and I've also tried using older driver versions and the latest so it's not driver related. I've tried cleaning my pc, updating my BIOS, changing antivirus, and I can't seem to find out how to fix it myself.
OS: 64-bit Windows 7 Professional
I am getting BSOD System service exception with error code: 0x0000003B when starting Windows 7 in normal mode. Error time ranges from 1 to 10 minutes and I don't have to do nothing in particular to invoke this, even I don't have to login into user.
In addition, this exception mentions eamorm.sys file. I read somewhere that this might be related to NOD32 antivirus program, however, I haven't...
This started, maybe coincidentally, after a recent Windows update; tried restoring to a previous date but no change; when I try to run various programs, including BlueScreen View, I get the BSOD. Same when I try to run my Logitech Webcam program or try to install a Registry Cleanup program. Hoping someone can help me identify the culprit and recommend a fix.
DM Log file attached.
Last night, while reading what appeared to be a legit e-mail received via Yahoo over a FiOS FTTP internet connection and being read via Mozilla's SeaMonkey, v.2.40 browser/e-mail client, I had a sudden and seemingly temporary BSOD. I saved the Microsoft message that popped up in RTF format but DM collector program has apparently captured that info and a lot more. Having never seen anything like...
This Dell laptop has been getting BSOD's over and over, I have wiped ans reinstalled Windows 7 a few times with the original installation disk. Everything is fine until I finish installing the last of Windows Updates. So maybe it is an update ? I can't stay online unless I'm in Safemode Networking without getting the BSOD's. So I'm in Safemode as I post. Please bear with me as I'm new here. Let...
I've been getting BSOD over the past few weeks. Sometimes everyday, sometimes once a week. I've used bluescreenview to look at dmp its its saying its caused by driver ntoskrnl.exe which i think is memory. Wanted to know if anyone thinks the same. Here is the dmp from bluescreenview
MSI z170a gaming m5
nvidia geforce gtx 970
Hello, the past two days I've had my first BSODs in months and I'm trying to track down the cause. Each time I was browsing the Internet with Firefox and playing Everyday Genius: SquareLogic on Steam.
When I looked at the dump files with BlueScreenView I saw that ntoskrnl.exe was at fault, and Google has led me to believe this problem may be more serious than I'd hoped. I'm not overclocking...
Computer will reboot randomly. No application or hardware has been installed. I believe it maybe a windows update as that is the only thing that was installed since it started happening.
Attached is the .dmp file for the computer.
If some some one can please check that would be helpful.
Thank you in advance.
*MY LAPTOP HAS A SWITCHABLE GRAPHICS CARD*
I uninstalled both AMD RADEON HD 7600M Series (Dedicated GPU) & INTEL HD 4000 (Motherboard GPU) fully + the registries. The Laptop recognizes the total available video memory of the 2 GPU's when both of the drivers are in VGA mode. I downloaded & installed the latest version of AMD (15.200.1062.1004) and the latest Intel (10.18.10.4226). (I HAVE TRIED...
So lately in the past couple weeks outta nowhere I've been not being able to play CSGO because it will just crash and BSOD after a while of playing (like 10-30 minutes). However, while playing any other game like Overwatch or Rust it doesn't crash at all and the BSOD issue doesn't occur. So I just decided "fine, I won't play CSGO", but now it just happened whilst browsing the internet...
My boss has a HP Pavilion that has been having random blue screens. Just from using word or browsing the web. I have done a memtest, but only was able to get test 2 at 91% with no errors; due to her needing it. I have the dump files attached. It's different BSOD faults. They all seem related to ntoskrnl.exe.
I haven't seen any issues with drivers through device manager, sfc scannow didn't...
I've been getting some BSOD's while playing games (such as TF2/CSGO) for some time now, and I can't figure out what is causing it. There does not seem to be any pattern to the crashes, and sometimes I can play for 2-3 hours without crashing.
I've already tried formatting and reinstalling Win7, I ran memtest (though only for around 2 hours, but no errors), and tried stress testing the CPU...
Got this Lenovo M93p Tiny Desktop, i5, 4GB of RAM with a 120GB SSD. Great little machine only I have been having issues with it out of the gate.
Got a few BSOD's at random, then figured it was to do with all the bloatware installed by default so figured I would try a fresh install and after installing drivers and some updates it immediately began giving BSOD's again.
I got one 0x0000001e...