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Charles Long

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I have been getting bsod for a while, rather infrequently so I was not worried about it to much. Lately the frequency has increased alot, so I guess it is time to try and do something about it =(.

usually only happens when I am watching video's (netflix, youtube or other), I can play video games for hours and no problems, but load a flash game or a video and it crashes in 15minutes or less.

attached is the last minidump file I have.

**I should mention I run norton 360 av.

Edited by Charles Long, 01 February 2012 - 07:18 PM.

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I don't see the minidump file? You will need to zip it since dmp files are not allowed to be uploaded here.
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sorry here it is.

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The last one was caused by chrome.exe, part of the Google Chrome browser. Do you use Chrome? If so, uninstall it, then reboot. Download the latest version and install it, see what happens.

DUmps:
6/1/11 chrome.exe
6/4/11 audiodg.exe
1/6/12 chrome.exe
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ok thanks, I will try that now.
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so far it seems to be working well, thank you very much. if it crashes again i'll be sure to post any new minidumps.
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an update, I continuted having BSOD, however I found out that my crosshair extreme V motherboard's built in Intel network card was causing the issues with an out of date driver. I had to get a driver from asus to clear up the issues, 100% stable machine now, no problems.
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thanks for letting us know... :thumbsup:
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