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Getting BSODs continuously in Windows 7 Home Premium


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Vishal Shetty

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Hello People, 

im getting bsod constantly, i just installed it and the problem started.

 

I found the cause that is my graphics driver (Intel 965 express chipset family)

 

I mainly thinking because there are two drivers for the same device in my device manager.

 

I had addressed this issue in another forum but they couldn't seem to help because they have never encountered it before.

Here is the link if u want to see - 

http://www.sevenforu...tml#post3228209

 

Please need help.

 

 

My laptop is Acer Extensa 5620


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paws

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 Hi Vichal Shetty and welcome to our forums

 

. :welcome:

 

It looks like you have already tried most things, however I would be inclined to try Intel's own diagnostic tool, available from here:

 

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/

 

and see if this does the trick for you.

 

Let us know how you get on.

Regards

paws
 


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Vishal Shetty

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 Hi Vichal Shetty and welcome to our forums

 

. :welcome:

 

It looks like you have already tried most things, however I would be inclined to try Intel's own diagnostic tool, available from here:

 

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/

 

and see if this does the trick for you.

 

Let us know how you get on.

Regards

paws
 

 

Thanks,

im trying it out now and will tell u d results. :)

 

Update* - The driver update utility doesn't seem to install properly. It gets stuck. 

Anything else to try?  

 

Although this bsod problem happens even in windows xp but not vista. its really strange :/


Edited by Vishal Shetty, 16 March 2016 - 05:44 AM.

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Update* - The driver update utility doesn't seem to install properly. It gets stuck. 

Anything else to try?

 

Interesting.... if you can't run the Intel tool then it's indicating that you have additional problems in your computer.

 

In your opening post you said:

 

Im getting bsod constantly, i just installed it and the problem started.

 

Do you mean that you have just reinstalled Windows 7...?

 

Regards

paws


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