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Hi

I built my pc a year ago but i am having a lot of problems cuz of BSOD

I even re-installed the OS twice

with no luck in overcoming the problem

Win 7 64 bit
I7 860
asus deluxe
nividia gtx 275
4 gigabyte ram
2 tb hardisk
gigabyte 550 watt
kaspersky antivirus
 

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Nibiru2012

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This sounds like a case for TorrentG - the guru, Jedi master, all knowing - all seeing Grand Poobah of BSODs!
 
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ok i will wait
this pc is giving me a damned hard time
i was having a peaceful life with my laptop
 

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You might send TorrentG a PM, that way you'll get a quicker response.

Be sure to link to this thread so he can find it quicker.
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lol - yes it did make me laugh :)

The Firefox bugged out and is mentioned in the crash. We know Firefox uses networking and you have an older version of the network driver. Let's update that.

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Rt64win7 Rt64win7.sys Fri May 22 10:52:30 2009
For some reason, it is not showing your motherboard model in the info. It may be a Deluxe but there are many kinds. You can use the SPD tab pf CPU-Z software to see which motherboard you have. Then visit Asus' page for it to get the latest Realtek lan driver.


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I would uninstall all the Asus apps such as TurboV. They have older driver dates and basically cause issues for so many users. Best to have them off the machine and gone.

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Definitely uninstall UltraIso to get rid of this old driver:

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ISODrv64 ISODrv64.sys Tue Feb 10 04:22:18 2009
I recommend PowerIso since this is perfectly stable under Windows 7. The drive emulation aspect of the software remains free forever.

http://PowerISO.com

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If you have more crashes, please post the new dump file(s.) I think the above if followed, will take care of the problems though. You might want to check to make sure your Kaspersky is updated to latest version.
 
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Thanks again
now i upgraded the realtek driver and

removed two of the asus applications that i found (turbo V and remote)

is there any more?

also i uninstalled ultra iso

what about the audio driver ?

I think it is also outdated

the one on asus is dated on 2009/12/22

thanks a lot and sorry for any inconvenience
 
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The current VIA audio driver you have installed is

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viahduaa viahduaa.sys Thu Jul 09 23:07:01 2009
So yeah, you can update that from the motherboard page too.

Removing Asus apps is good. How has the machine been lately. Free of bsod?
 
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the last 2 days i didn have any (except for the one that i opened the topic for which occurred before three days)

and one happened for me before 1 week which was purely because nivedia driver which was due to improper installation on the previous release (without uninstalling it)

I hope everything will work fine
 
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That's good to hear now. Hope it stays that way for ya!
 
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