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So the restore definitely helped minimize the symptoms.
I've experienced a couple involuntary restarts since then.

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Which system restore point did you select ?
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Not sure ...
I just followed the steps for a full system restore.
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So it was a factory restore that you did.. I.e. back to when you first got it ?
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Yes.
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OK lets look at the temps then as a factory restore would kill any malware

Download Speedfan and install it.
Once it's installed, run the program and post here the information it shows.
The information I want you to post is the stuff that is circled in the example picture I have attached.
If you are running on a vista machine, please go to where you installed the program and run the program as administrator.
Posted Image (this is a screenshot from a vista machine)
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Fan1: 0 RPM
Fan2: 0 RPM
Fan3: 0 RPM

Temp1: -128C
Temp2: 55C
Temp3: -128C
HD0: 52C
HD5: 40C
Core: 54C

Vcore1: 4.08V
Vcore2: 4.08V
+3.3V: 4.08V
+5V: 6.85V
+12V: 16.32V
-12V: 4.01V
-5V: 3.95V
+%V: 6.85V
Vbat: 4.08V
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Hmm temperatures look OK

Are you running any specific programme to get the latest BSOD ?

Do you have any dumps at C:\windows\minidumps
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That's Greek to me.

Can you please clarify?
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Sure, open windows explorer and navigate to C:\Windows\minidumps folder is there anything there


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Oh yeah , there's a bunch of files in there.
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Could you zip the latest two or three please and attach them to your next post
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Here are 5
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Could you attach them :)
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Whoops

Attached Files


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