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I've been experiencing BSOD for quite sometime now. One problem is after a BSOD happens, my system takes a while to fully recover from it. It keeps on restarting or freezing when it hits the loading screen. Another is after it successfully boots up, the screen pixelates and the system automatically restarts. Then it acts like the first stated problem.

I've read something about reading minidumps and attempted to fix the problem myself but sadly, to no avail. My system cannot fully create a minidump it says something about kernel, I forgot how it goes. So after another BSOD, the system finally makes a full minidump. Now I'm not sure if this one is related to the previous BSODs since it stopped happening for quite sometime till now.

Anyway, I've attach the recent minidump. Hopefully it contains something about the problem.

Sorry for the long explanation, and thanks in advance.


Strange. It seems I'm not allowed to attach any files. Is this normal?

Edited by aeviannce24, 19 October 2011 - 09:55 PM.

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you can read the minidumps with bluescreenview and post the problem files and error code here.


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