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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Hello Shintaro, So, my last attempts to solve the problem didn't produced any good results, I kept getting the same BSOD after uninstall/stop of programs and services at startup. But I've discovered where the problem is/was. It's the Graphics Card (ATI Radeon 9600 - 256Mb). I discovered a...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Hi there Shintaro, Well, I took a look to the dates which dumps occured and I've noticed that they got more frequent since the 2nd of November (before that, I had only three: two on the 22nd of August and another one in the 1st of September). So, I've decided to uninstall some of the...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Well, it's not the usb mouse... BSOD again with the ps2 connected :(
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    I don't get it, I have it removed since you've asked me from the first time. I've "ctrl+shift+esc" to watch the task manager and CCC.exe it is not in the process list. Does this mean that Catalyst is not in my machine anymore? May it has appeared in the Full Memory dump because of it's date...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Hi there Shintaro, I have removed CCC a few days ago, as you've already told me to do so. Nevertheless, I did the procedure again, removing an entrance in Control Panel called "ATI Catalyst Install Manager", which didn't find any CCC inside (!) to remove/uninstall. Nonetheless, I went to...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Hi there, Since my last intervention here on the forum (remember that I've had switched my power supply with an old one - same features), I've had another BSOD/freeze. So I took one dimm out, to test (at this point, it could be anything, in my point of view). Another BSOD/freeze. So, I...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Hi there, Tired, completely tired of getting BSOD/freezes/crashes all the time (3 in the last six hours), I've switched my Power Supply with an old one that I had around. I'll see how it behaves now. In the meanwhile, yes, I was able to switch the crash dumps to "Full Memory Dump". I could not...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    And in the meantime, BSOD... Attached Minidump file and BlueScrenView html report (don't know if it helps in a way).
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    How do I do that? Yes, I have around 60Gb free in my C (OS) partition. Sorry, I'm not a pro so same question, how do I do that? Do you mean by that zip all the dmp files that I have in the Minidump folder? Also, you've said earlier something about the voltages, How do I manage to do that?
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    And, more than 24 hours later, another BSOD...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Thanks TrainableMan, I've just uninstalled Creative and Realtek drivers. Or at least I think so, I've removed everything Creative and Realtek related from Control Panel. I wasn't aware that I had to do this, I thought that without the cards, these drivers and things related wouldn't be "called"...
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    And another one, now without Asus network card and without Creative sound card (using onboard network and sound). I think this excludes them of being the cause of it all
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    One more BSOD for the way... :/
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    Windows 7 several BSOD --- NTOSKRNL.EXE

    Hi there, So Shintaro, I did everything you've said in this post: But can't get any log for HWMonitor though. When I stopped recording, HWMonitor stopped responding and, after waiting a few minutes, I killed the process to try and get the log. Unfortunately, only thing in logs folder is an...
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