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Blue Screens After Reinstall of OS


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adams0423

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I've reinstalled Win 7 x64 on an Aliennware M17x system twice, but continue to get blue screens. No particular event seems to be associated with the BSOD (no specific action or program) but they are happening more than daily.

Please help! Attached are the last three BSOD files from Blue Screen View.

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  • Attached File  bsod.txt   5.39KB   102 downloads

Edited by adams0423, 13 November 2012 - 09:06 AM.

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Ztruker

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Please zip up the last 5 or so minidump files in C:\Windows\minidump and attach to a post here.

How often do the BSODs occur? Anything specific you are doing at the time?
Does this happen if you boot to Safe Mode with Networking?
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I can't tie it to any specific thing. Safe Mode with Networking works great. Sometime I can stay in normal mode for an hour running a YouTube video with no issues, other times I can't even boot into normal mode without an issue.

Yesterday I tried using MSCONFIG, disabling about 20 services at a time, but with every grouping I still got a blue screen.

Thanks for taking a look at these!

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Edited by adams0423, 14 November 2012 - 05:52 AM.

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Okay, try the directions here: BSOD - Windows 7 x64 nvlddmkm.sys

Looks like it's a Nvidia problem.
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