Random BSOD (even after fresh install)


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So I recently got random BSOD's! happened only once or twice ingame and the rest is at random intervals!

So I completely reinstalled my windows 7 x64 2 days ago and removed all the HDD's except for my crucial m4 SSD (yes latest firmware).

- used driver genius to update everything! windows 7 is fully up to date.

no new software is installed or hardware for that matter! (except for ESET but I removed it and I still got a BSOD)

Ran the memory test (what is 10 passes?) for half an hour.
Ran Malwarebytes = CLEAN

I am thinking its a driver but from what I have no idea!

included the files from the tool


whoops forgot to say thanks for helping
 

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Not Fixed! got another one that ended on 3B

Where is that w7 tool to run collect all the dump files etc? can't find it
 
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Where is that w7 tool to run collect all the dump files etc? can't find it
Not sure what tool you mean. WinRAR maybe? If you don't have WinRAR ...

Your dump files should be in C:\Windows\Minidump . Create a new folder in "My Documents" and copy the DMP files to it (no more than the last 5 or 10). Then select all the copied files and right-click. From the context menu choose SEND TO > Compressed (Zipped) Folder.

Then come back here and attach the zip file to your next post.
 
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I used that w7forum tool to collect all dump files etc in 1 folder and then I only had to zip it up! just like I did in the first post!
 

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Sorry, I don't know. maybe Shintaro has an idea what you mean.
 

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OK, hopefully Shintaro has a chance to take a look in the next couple days. That DMP just points to the Windows Kernal which is not the problem and I don't know where to go from there. Maybe driver verifier or something like that but I am bowing out of the thread because I can't help. Not really a BSOD person.
 
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used driver verifier and driver genius and it did not find anything new or not updated!

no malware/spyware or viruses were found.

I am definitely out of my league
 
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Some info from your minidump:


DRIVER_PORTION_MUST_BE_NONPAGED (d3)
Read info here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff560252(v=vs.85).aspx


When possible, the guilty driver's name (Unicode string) is printed on
the bugcheck screen and saved in KiBugCheckDriver.
An attempt was made to access a pageable (or completely invalid) address at an
interrupt request level (IRQL) that is too high. This is usually
caused by drivers marking code or data as pageable when it should be
marked nonpaged.
If kernel debugger is available get stack backtrace.


PROCESS_NAME: dxdiag.exe

IMAGE_NAME: Pool_Corruption

I'm also not an expert at reading these, but DirectX is involved and Pool_Corruption is the cause. Google Pool_Corruption to get an idea of what might be involved.
 
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OK my computer simply restarted and then said:

Recovering Lost DRAM....

would that suggest that my RAM is giving me errors?
 

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I think you should run MemTest86+ again; start it when you go to bed and let it run All night.
 
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yea its a bit hard to sleep with the PC on the other side of my room.

but yea I will let it run tomorrow for a long while! and maybe move it so I can let it run all night then!
 
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My computer is two feet from my bed and it runs 24x7. I barely notice it, just the soothing sound of the fan.
 
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well I got a bloomsfeld i7 they make a lot of heat and noise!

bluescreen today and when booting it only saw 2 out of 3 RAM sticks so, i am going to make a wild guess and say its the RAM!

did one pass and it said 0 errors and then press esc to quit program...
 

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one BSOD after the other...

is the CPU likely to be the problem? (since that one is the only one that has no warranty)
 
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Two of them point to the kernal and the other has the kernal, win32k.sys and mv91xx.sys. So try updating your controller driver.

To update the mv91xx.sys you need to know what device controller you use. Marvell Support is HERE and if you plug in W7 x64 you get three choices. Hopefully you can figure out which driver you need and update it. I'm guessing the first one Windows Setup Installer (32- and 64-bit) for Yukon Controllers
 

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