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Every few minutes BSOD on Windows 7 !

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  1. litwicki24

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    Hi all. Until today i have random BSODs on Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
    A few months of running pc was ok. Until today. When i am on system , after 5-10 minutes i have BSOD.
    I dont know what to do. I tested superPi 32mb and without problems, now i am testing MEMTEST and all is ok ( maybe 30 minutes is running ). Even HDTUNE without errors. Just yesterday all was ok. But until today , when i am on system after short time ( 5-10 minutes ) i have just a BSOD.
    All months of using pc all was stable , no problems. Until today.

    What now? Please help.

    Also i used BLUESCREENVIEWER and this is a error log:

    caused by ---> ntoskrnl.exe+71f00

    here is a screen too:

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    My pc is:

    I7 3770K 3.5
    8gb ram DDR3 Vengeance 1600 White Artctic LP
    Asus Sabertooth Z77
    Msi Gtx 680 Twin Frozr
    Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 1000W
    Seagate 1 TB SATA III 7200

    301.10 WHqL

    My system is stock, no OC at all.


    Please help, thx.


    Even i upload some files from minidump folder:

    http://speedy.sh/r9v2u/080512-10764-01.dmp


    http://speedy.sh/3AneQ/080512-10810-01.dmp


    http://speedy.sh/DKNXy/080512-19094-01.dmp


    http://speedy.sh/vVkcB/080512-21933-01.dmp

    http://speedy.sh/PUfZn/080512-17908-01.dmp


    http://speedy.sh/fbWzt/080512-18532-02.dmp

    Also on my system i have installed DEAMON TOOLS ( the newest version from official site )

    GUYS HELP I TRUST YOU!!

    Note this too:

    When i am on Safe Mode in Windows 7 i dont have this BSODS.
     
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    The 0x00.....50 is usually memory related, although I am sure if the memory wasn't set right, safe mode would eventually crash too. That being said, if safe mode is working flawlessly, I would look at the drivers you chose to use.
     
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    yeah safe mode working without BSOD. Just normal mode is crashing with BSOD always after 4-5 minutes.;//I dont have much time to make some things because of that fast BSODS.
     
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    you can always pull drivers from safe mode and start from scratch;)
     
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    Like i say MEMTEST is fine without errors . I tested till 1 loop. Hmm or maybe i was too short time in that safe mode. Maybe its crashing too. Anyway, its strange because that BSODING i have till today. Yesterday was all fine and in the past. What now? Format ?
     
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    Memtest takes like 9 to 9.5 hours for a full test

    Leave the PC running in safe mode then long enough to see if it crashes.

    Are you saying this BSOD just showed up and hasn't been an issue until yesterday? What did you install in that time?
     
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    yeah until yesterday. I doubt that is hardware problem. Part of hardware was broke from day to next day? I doubt.


    Ok,I can tell you but in priv. I installed something ,but when i say here what i'm installed , i think i will be banned:) So?
     
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    my guess is that which you have installed my be the source of your BSOD since it ran just fine previous to that. I would go into safe mode and pull that application and see if the PC is fine.
     
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    Hmmm
     
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    ntoskrnl.exe is the issue. Something installed or corrupted is messing with your memory allocation.
     
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    ntoskrnl.exe ? Yeah but i dont know what it is:)

    Even, like i say on safe mode i dont have bsod. If of course i was enough time there. TheMailMan78 you think that problem is in software or hardware?
     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_NT_kernel

    Software. Have you installed anything latley? OS up to date? Anti Virus up to date, etc. Something is borked with the kernel.
     
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    wait a sec i msg you in priv
     
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    Just keep it in the thread man.
     
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    If you're PMing TMM about something pirated you installed, he's going to eat you alive ;)

    Uninstall the last thing you installed like sneeky said and see if it makes a difference.
     
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    ups!:) PLease dont close i pm you MailMan,eh.
     
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    ntoskrnl is a generic power or overclocking fail. Do either of those ring a bell ?
     
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    No OC, all is stock. And i even dont change anything in BIOS. And system was stable all days in past, till today.
     
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    As Sneeky said its something you installed. Time to run the usual clean up routines. Malwarebytes, Kapersky Rescue Disk and such. Back up your stuff once cleaned and reinstall windows........and stop being a cheap ass, and I mean that with respect.
     
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    MailMan, but user francis511 say that is power or OC fail related.
     
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    If it was just an OC fail then you would BSOD in safe mode also.
     
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    Guys one strange thing. Why when i am running HDDTUNE in background i dont have any BSODS?
    Its insane. When i dont make anything in system i have a BSOD after 4-5 minutes. When i'm running HDDTUNE i dont have any BSOD. When i close program then after short time i have BSOD. Can somebody tell what is going on?
     
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    Yes you have a virus.
     
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    But why running HDDTUNE stop making BSOD?!
     
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    Unistall that stuff and clean up. Then if the problem is still there come back.
     

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