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Thank you for signing up. Decoded! Thinking it was most likely a hardware problem given the clean factory install, I have tried swapping out the power supply, RAM, and video card. Recurring BSOD - Memory_Management (Faulty SSD?) Computer has been giving me BSOD's increasingly at random over the last 3 weeks. his comment is here

Does anyone know of any reliable, proven memory testing tools? The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. When GO is fine, fine! Regards. . .

by vwmark / January 20, 2011 4:08 AM PST In reply to: I've noticed both Win7 and Vista... Important: Below are general Blue Screen of Death troubleshooting steps. Luckily, the admin logs Win 7 keeps helped pinpoint the trouble and I updated the graphics drivers from the Video Card manufacturer - problem solved.

Towards the bottom you'll see the settings of what kind of memory dump is enabled and the name of the dump file. The relevant memory is being saved as an image --Submitted by: Doh_1 http://forums.cnet.com/7726-19411_102-5029819.html Could be any number of issues... --Submitted by: darrenforster99 http://forums.cnet.com/7726-19411_102-5029987.html I had this same issue and fixed it. I have reverted the system back to its original hardware. Compaq V6065ea Turion X2 2Ghz GF Go6150 4GB Ram It happens only in Windows 7 x64.

It does not happen in XP x64 or Linux x64. Problem signature: Problem event name: Bluescreen OS version: 6.1.7601. Locale ID: 1033 Additional information about the problem: Bccode: 1000008e BCP1: C0000005 BCP2:001CCB14 BCP3: 9ADA1D38 BCP4: 00000000 OS version: 6_1_7601 Service pack: If you opdated the grafics driver, some new drivers can cause it and some old ones. I have run diagnostics on the hard drive, which have always passed.

Report an issue Thank you for taking the time to report an issue. jcgriff2 Edited by jcgriff2, 31 March 2016 - 01:02 AM. Loading... Once the PC restored, I ran the Verifier command lines, and the results are posted below.

etaf replied Feb 14, 2017 at 1:59 AM Loading... No, create an account now. If my computer goes to sleep (ie, the screensaver comes on), the light inside the Go drive blinks. Somtimes you can fix it by installing an older driver.

The voltage setting for memory will be under a category like "Frequency/Voltage Control" in the BIOS.4. this content On the other hand, if you are running some older, non-Windows 7 optimized software, it can cause memory faults. Am I operating the 1 TB drive as it is supposed to be intended? I have often used these forums to answer my questions and am a long-time lurker, but have never posted.

Try changing video adapters. I am not a computerwhiz, but I have never had this happen before. Blue Screens of Death and other serious issues, like data corruption, can occur if there's not enough free space on your primary partition used for the Windows operating system.Note: Microsoft recommends weblink This despite what the tech articles at HP said and the fact that we did put the drivers for it on the motherboard sound card.However, even my ATI card BSOD'd rarely,

You may just need to take it in to a trustworthy tech shop and have them look at it. A memory module is slightly loose inside the PC. Go to control panel, Action Center, and under Maintenance there may be a "check for solutions".

I went to the HP website, and they have a BIOS update, under my machine, but with the Windows Vista OS.

I've had spontaneous crashes on steam aswell which is located entirely on a separate 256gb M4 SSD, game files also constantly require validation and often need to be downloaded again.Plugins in My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Home built (x64), Lenovo x61s Tablet, Samsung Netbook OS Win7 x64 + x86 CPU Intel i7 920, other Intel chips, and the Atom in the It is plugged into a USB port on my desktop computer, so it receives its power from a big device that is always plugged in. I have a sony vaio and it's from 2011 and out of nowhere the blue screen shows up.

Using the Windows memory diagnostic tool, I attempted to run a scan. For example, if you installed two different active antivirus programs without uninstalling the first one beforehand, this can happen as they duke it out for dominance.As per the title of this Be sure to include the STOP code you're getting, if you know it. check over here About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members

And since my pc gets BSOD in random situation, there is no way for me to identify what causes all these.The only thing I know is that I've been using some Your cache administrator is webmaster. that's what I got here and I see the problems. If the updated drivers don't solve the issue, you could try setting the display properties to a lower resolution default - see the graphics card/software manual to figure out how to

Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Original post: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/609575/bsod-diagnostic-trouble/ My current system specs: HP Pavilion a6248xPC (Desktop) Windows 7 Home Premium X86 (Pc originally shipped with Vista) 1TB Western Digital Scorpio Blue HDD AMD Athlon 64 by sk528 / January 16, 2011 9:31 AM PST In reply to: Mm-kay... ...for my 1TB Seagate Expansion and reading their forum it's not any better. The verifier instructions, say that it needs to be run for 24 hours.

Here's How to Fix That More From Us Article Blue Screens of Death (BSOD): Everything You Need to Know Article Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Codes... Content available under a Creative Commons license. Everything else was up to date. Of course pushing the limits on RAM with overclocking could be another culprit Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - RAM by glen271 / January 14, 2011 11:40 AM PST

Or if you can associate the crashes with downloading and installing something, then you can get rid of whatever is causing the problem. This new driver works very well, it even solved some screen size problems. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. This "memory dump" then can be used by you or a Windows expert to look at exactly what was going on when the system crashed, like a stack trace, what process

Please write below. I have a 1TB Western Digital Scorpio Blue, and there are currently 864GB free. I will post back here, if they start to show up again. Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

I don't know what else to do!