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BSOD on startup (dmp files attached)


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salvagexx

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I am having an issue where when I first boot up Windows I get a BSOD. After a few reboots (sometimes 5-6) I can finally use my computer without it freezing up. As long as I don't restart my laptop, and just put it in sleep mode when I am done, I can usually use it for a few days before it locks up and I get the BSOD again. I have reinstalled various drivers (including video, LAN, WiFi) with no success in resolving this issue.

I also put an SSD in the laptop and tried starting out with a fresh copy of Windows 7 a couple of times, each time having an issue where after a few reboots Windows would completely freeze up and stop responding every time upon startup. No error message or error screen would show up. I gave up and put my old mechanical drive back in and decided to deal with a semi functional laptop rather than a useless one.

Thanks for your time.

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Edited by salvagexx, 29 November 2012 - 03:21 PM.

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See here, see if it helps: Stop error code 0x0000003B (SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION) on a computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 when you use some IEEE 1394 devices
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"The update is not applicable to your computer."
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