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Hi guys,
New to the forum :D I've been having this problem for a while now where every morning from cold boot, I get bsod either memory management or system thread not handled, etc. I installed new Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit yesterday and today in the morning I got the bsod. I love Windows 7 and therefore it bugs that stuff is happening to my beloved OS. Also, I installed new ram but that was a while ago and is totally compatible with the motherboard. RAM is running in dual channel because I had to RMA 1 chip which failed memtest...the other 2 are perfect.

RAM: http://www.newegg.co...5-222-_-Product

From the forums I have seen that it helps to upload the dump files so I'm attaching them. I'm also using blue screenview program to see the bsod detail but I'm too big of a noob to figure out what is causing the problem. Also only the basic programs are installed that come with Win 7 + Google Chrome + Steam. Any help would be greatly appreciated guys. Thanks.

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Hi guys,
New to the forum :D I've been having this problem for a while now where every morning from cold boot, I get bsod either memory management or system thread not handled, etc. I installed new Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit yesterday and today in the morning I got the bsod. I love Windows 7 and therefore it bugs that stuff is happening to my beloved OS. Also, I installed new ram but that was a while ago and is totally compatible with the motherboard. RAM is running in dual channel because I had to RMA 1 chip which failed memtest...the other 2 are perfect.

RAM: http://www.newegg.co...5-222-_-Product

From the forums I have seen that it helps to upload the dump files so I'm attaching them. I'm also using blue screenview program to see the bsod detail but I'm too big of a noob to figure out what is causing the problem. Also only the basic programs are installed that come with Win 7 + Google Chrome + Steam. Any help would be greatly appreciated guys. Thanks.


UPDATE: Today's boot went fine after I verified windows files by some sfc /scannow command. I hope that it was the windows files.
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