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BallBrent

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Recently Got WIN 7 I threw this problem in the hardware forums as well not sure if it's a Driver or the processor itself.

It's been working fine all this time until I installed WINDOWS 7, I know that it seems more stable without the 43 added updates required and once I install the the 43 updates that windows 7 says is critical I can't even work on the machine anymore. I have a new fan/heatsync combo coming in a couple days in hopes that it will fix it.

I've updated the drivers and made sure the BIOS are up to date I've currently disabled a Unknown USB controller that is not being recognized as a current step I've read that AMD Cool&Quiet can cause issues so I've disabled it in the BIOS along with other wierd things like express gate.

Keyboard: Logitech G110 (win 7 compatible)
Mouse: Razor Imperator
Motherboard: M3N78 Pro Asus MB
VideoCard: EVGA nvidia 9800GT PCI-E
Ram: 4gigs

I went ahead and followed the usual and downloaded and used the Viewer and heres the Mini dump.

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After a bit more of research and troubleshooting, Asus boards seem to get this quite a bit :/ just my luck right? I dug down a bit more and found a USB controller that wasn't recognized and win 7 couldn't install the drivers for. I disabled it but i have yet to install the 43 updates that win7 is currently suggesting. I'll wait for some other ideas before I actually let windows install the updates. It's been about 6 hours and the system seems stable. So it seems it's a mix of driver/Hardware issues. = eh crashed this morning, still the most stable without the updates=

Edited by BallBrent, 25 August 2010 - 08:00 AM.

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