Blue Screen of Death

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Tokkie, Mar 5, 2013.

  1. Tokkie

    Tokkie New Member

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    I'm trying to figure out what's causing the blue screen. I believe its possibly a driver for my video card or the PCI slot for it. Or it's possibly my video card some how took a **** again and wants to cause the crashes overheating. I just reformatted my computer installing a fresh Win7. Best of my Knowledge I have the current drivers.
    The computer was working fine though being slugglish with some tasks prior to the reformat. All the info seems to be the same though the Check4 part codes changes. I believe it happens when the video card gets around 55 C but i'm not entirely sure about that part


     
    System
    Provider
    [ Name]
    Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power
    [ Guid]
    {331C3B3A-2005-44C2-AC5E-77220C37D6B4}

    EventID
    41
    Version
    2

    Level
    1

    Task
    63

    Opcode

    Keywords
    0x8000000000000002

    -
    TimeCreated
    [ SystemTime]
    2013-03-05T21:28:57.332811900Z

    EventRecordID
    38736

    Correlation

    -
    Execution
    [ ProcessID]
    4
    [ ThreadID]
    8

    Channel
    System

    Computer
    TokkiesBeast

    -
    Security
    [ UserID]
    S-1-5-18

    -
    EventData
    BugcheckCode
    209
    BugcheckParameter1
    0x14
    BugcheckParameter2
    0x2
    BugcheckParameter3
    0x0
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff880018634ad
    SleepInProgress
    false
    PowerButtonTimestamp
     
     
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff88001645e2f
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff88001663612
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff880018634ad
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff8800441b867
     
     
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff88001645e2f
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff88001663612
    BugcheckParameter4
    0xfffff8800481b990
     
    #1 Tokkie, Mar 5, 2013
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2013
  2. MikeHawthorne

    MikeHawthorne Essential Member
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    Hi

    If you think the Video Card is the problem and you are using the latest driver, try rolling back to the previous driver and see it that helps, it may be that when you reinstalled, it updated to a newer driver then you were using before.

    You can do that in Device Manager just look at the driver and select rollback driver.

    Or you can look for an earlier version online.

    If you aren't using the latest driver try updating.

    I just had a similar problem with the previous nVidia driver 13.something.
    I had to go back to the one before that to get it to work.

    Now the have released a newer one 14.07 and it works fine.

    If you video card is overheating take it out and clean it and see if the temp stays lower, and check your vents etc. to see if anything is blocked with dust.

    I have two dogs and a cat and I have to clean at intervals to get all the hair out.

    Mike
     

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