for now, thanks for your support! 07-09-2014, 10:49 AM #16 Jared Windows SpecialistMicrosoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Analyst Join Date: Jul 2013 Location: England Posts: 460 OS: Windows sure, it might be something with the AMD kernel driver, but i actually dont want to spend additional hours analyzing it by letting the system run with no GPU drivers installed. To get to the jist, my brother's PC has been experiencing sporadic BSODs for the last month. XmsteelMar 15, 2012, 3:34 AM No, I have not overclocked anything on my computer.Will I be able to run the computer decently enough with just 2GB though? http://aurdev.com/random-bsod/getting-random-bsod.html
Start with these free hardware diagnostics: http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html4. If you are sure it's not the cooling, that is not nice. i have already run several memory diagnostics, and eg. Could someone please help me identify the...
The next time it crashes without a memory dump - please include the entire log file. thanks in advance for your support! In these situations, when it's extremely likely that RAM is the problem, I would run memtest for 12-24 hours (assuming you can) before I decided to look elsewhere for the problem. In short, please run these free hardware diagnostics: http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html Let us know the results and we'll move on from there. - John (my website: http://www.carrona.org/ ) **If you need a more
re-installing OS and keeping basic files, while removing all apps/programs); removing all malware/adware with programs (namely Malwarebytes and Adware Cleaner); reinstall all graphics card drivers; installing all Windows Updates; running CHKDSK The point is to try and either prove/eliminate RAM as the cause.System_Service_Exceptions are 95% RAM realted, since windows services tend to be rock solid stable. Remove the overclock and return the system to stock/standard values while we're troubleshooting. Nvidia I found a .dmp file and will attach it.
If so you could try to remove the new ram, and see if you can open it. Is it just that slow or is it not working? Some viruses can cause a Blue Screen of Death, especially ones that infect the master boot record (MBR) or boot sector.3) Update drivers for your hardware. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/317473-random-bsod-windows-7-64bit.html i am uploading the jcgriff2 folder, perfmon report, and additionally most of the minidumps ive saved from the last weeks, so you can see that it is not restricted to a
If you run it for just as long, or longer and don't get the problem again you can assume it's a RAM failure. If you added more than one stick you should try each stick individually. i have also taken out each RAM module and switched the slot with one module, and got BSODs as well, which i would understand as the RAM modules not being faulty, so i fear the heat might have caused damage (mostly around 80-99°C, sometimes when stressed very much like during gaming, the CPU throttles when reaching 100°C and the GPU when reaching
If suddenly you aren't getting the BSOD that'd be pretty good evidence that the RAM is the problem. http://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/53101-extreamly-rare-compleatly-random-bsod-kernel.html To test in Prime 95 it's as easy easy as opening it and choosing a blend test. Random Bsod Windows 10 Looking forward to hearing any thoughts, suggestions, or advice. Blue Screen Windows 10 Back to top #9 jhayz jhayz BC Advisor 6,920 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:01:45 AM Posted 09 September 2015 - 08:16 AM running CHKDSK and memory test programs How
Obviously if you have 7 Gigs of RAM and typically only use 3-4 GB, then the stick with problems may not get accessed very often. This is because Windows will always be using a portion of your memory, so you can't test it all from within the OS. XmsteelMar 15, 2012, 6:03 AM I had all slots filled, 2GB:2GB:1GB:1GB. http://aurdev.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-s.html Oh okay, then it's likely not a slot.
To post and publish a snapshot of your PC.. Then try with another stick. also started another full test like in the beginning, where the errors were found, and after the test which initially found the errors passed with no errors, i turned off, since
Error: (09/08/2015 02:08:10 AM) (Source: Windows Search Service) (User: ) Description: The index cannot be initialized. This is a pretty beefy computer...Also, it happens so far and few in between, would the RAM automatically fail or would I just have to use the computer until it happened the notebook is not completely dead now, i am writing this thread from it, and i can mostly avoid any BSODs by just not stressing it too much by browsing too Once you click OK the test will begin.
dragonbaneMar 15, 2012, 7:03 AM Actually, since it's only the one stick that's new, I would take all the other sticks out and run memtest/memtest86+ on just the new stick overnight. Specify the name of an existing object. (HRESULT : 0x80040d06) (0x80040d06) Error: (09/08/2015 02:08:10 AM) (Source: Windows Search Service)(User: ) Description: Context: Windows Application, SystemIndex Catalog Details: The specified object XmsteelMar 12, 2012, 10:35 PM slhpss said: Info from Google... Check This Out one tiny drop and have it spread just by putting the heatsink on it).
If it still fails you can rule out the RAM. This can be caused by a number of different reasons, common ones include your BIOS not setting using the correct settings, you might want to change your boot priority order. all available tests. first just a few came up, then suddenly stopped for more than a week, and then started again.
However, before you decide that the stick is bad. Get the answer slhpssMar 12, 2012, 9:44 PM Info from Google...