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Problem With BSOD


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sushilp

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Hi, GUYs

i'm a new user and don't know how to use this site completely. :)

Well, i have the most common problems. My PC restarts often and shows the blue screen which is called BSOD (blue screen of death)

I have been trying to repair my pc for about 2 weeks but still it's not repaired. I have done loads of things to repair my pc. Example - checked the memory, reinstalled the windows, etc. But still it doesn't seem to be repaired. I found this BluescreenView program and i have checked my mini dumps but i don;t get anything. lol
I am posting my mini dumps information in this topic so that people can help or give me suggestion about my PC problem.

THanks,, :)

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  • Attached File  BSOD.txt   13.1KB   271 downloads

Edited by sushilp, 11 August 2009 - 01:26 PM.

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Hi sushilp,

Have you tried using a different set of Memory Sticks (or if you have 2 sticks, try just 1 of them at a time) when diagnosing the problem?

Within your BSOD.txt file, you're receiving a "Bug Check String : UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP" at every dump.
This error means that you have installed faulty or mismatched hardware (if you are using Dual Channel RAM, are they a matched pair?)

If you also have another computer, try using those parts in your BSOD'd computer to determine what parts may be the underlying cause.

Edited by SalomonXM, 12 August 2009 - 05:41 AM.

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sushilp

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hEy SalmonXM thank u soo much for replying

Well i am not that expert in PC so i don;t even know how to check if i am using Dual Channel RAM or other Ram. lol

And i don;t even have another PC to use those parts in my BSOD computer :)

So, If you can give me a bit more advise or suggestions on what should i do that would be great.

Thankx
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