BSOD Nightmare, New install

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by Patfeesh, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. Patfeesh

    Patfeesh New Member

    Jul 2, 2010
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    Hi ppl,

    So my machine previously ran XP, the PSU died so i installed a new one but couldnt get the old raid array to work properly. It was time for an upgrade so I bought a Samsung Spinpoint F3 Ecogreen 2TB Hard drive and windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.

    I had some problems installing whereby the system would restart after the "Loading Files" part of the initial install (from boot). I solved this by removing all but one of my RAM sticks.

    Now the OS is installed I keep getting BSOD during heavy load (mostly multiple things at once, for example more than 5 updates in a batch from windows update would result in a crash). I've researched a fair bit on Google but havent been able to find anything that helps. I've read alot suggesting the ASUS mobos with Nvidia chipsets are problematic.

    I've attached a zip file with the minidumps from my BSOD and the system details.
    This is my hardware setup:
    ASUS P5N-E-SLI motherboard with latest BIOS
    Intel Quad Core 2.80 (think its a Q6600) with stock cooling
    4X 1GB RAM stick
    Club 3d Radeon HD2900XT
    New 650Watt High Power PSU
    Samsung Spinpoint F3 Ecogreen 2GB
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit

    Hope somebody can help me!


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  2. TorrentG

    TorrentG Banned

    May 31, 2010
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    Your memory management bsod problems are being caused by your Norton Symantec. Typical for sure. Please uninstall it using the special tool found here:

    AV Uninstallers - Windows 7 Forums

    MSE is a great replacement because it is low on resources and absolutely never causes bsod on any hardware.

    Enjoy man. :)
  3. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Aug 28, 2007
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    Agreed.. If the above suggestion doesn't work try running sfc scannow in a admin command prompt. If that doesn't help then try running with just one stick of RAM. If everything is ok with one stick and not the other/s then you probably have some bad RAM..

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