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    BSOD possibly associated network drivers?

    I had an old ws parked in the garage since 2017 (cus he was giving me lots of BSOD headaches since Win10) and now with lockdown I decided to give it to my daughter to do her schooling in order to save wife's notebook. It is an old machine dating almost (old)10 years with 2 SSDs (from OCZ, long...
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    Windows 7 64 bit BSOD: Possibly after Driver Installation from Windows Update!

    Hi again (john) Usasma, I haven't done everything you said, but the 1st thing I did was to remove the USB3 driver and reinstall a newer (?) one from the ASUS website. See, I'm getting old and I keep forgetting, I ran partly the Mem test recommended, from my USB; I say partly because over here...
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    Windows 7 64 bit BSOD: Possibly after Driver Installation from Windows Update!

    This pics are uploaded so that u won't doubt the legitimacy of my os and software:razz:. Didn't have time to follow your remedies thru the weekend, I have had another BSOD, today in the morning; unfortunately I cannot upload the file. I'll be starting with the 'remedies' u wrote from tonite and...
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    Windows 7 64 bit BSOD: Possibly after Driver Installation from Windows Update!

    Hi Usasma, thanx 4 your quick reply. I'm currently at work and I can't do a lot with my 'home' windows pc right now. I'll follow your instructions methodically, step by step and I'll let you know. For the paragraph with the underscored section, I already took pics of it & I will upload them; my...
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    Windows 7 64 bit BSOD: Possibly after Driver Installation from Windows Update!

    On 05/06 after installing (thru Windows Update) the AMD SATA Contoller , the AMD - Other hardware - Storage Controller - AMD SATA Contoller & IE 10 for Windows 7 for x64 based systems, the problems BSOD began. As Critical Evens (2) I got : Windows Stopped working & Shutdown Unexpectedly...
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