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  1. shintokenshin

    shintokenshin New Member

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    I am a mid level pc user and I can't seem to figure out what is causing my computer to continue to crash. It seems to be doing it for multiple reasons, I have checked the minidump files and found different sources its showing. My system specs are as follows.
    OS: Windows 7 Ult 64bit
    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 925 (2.8ghz)
    Motherboard:Asus M4N72-E
    Memory:8gb Corsair VS2GB800D2
    Graphics Card(s):2x ECS N9500GT-512MUL-F GeForce 9500 GT 512MB 128-bit DDR3
    Monitor(s) Displays:AOC International F19
    Hard Drives: 320 GB Western Digital Caviar Blue SATA
    PSU: RAIDMAX HYBRID 2 RX-530SS 530W
    Case: Antec Nine Hundred Two Black
    Cooling:2x120mm intake fans, 1x120mm and 1x200mm exhaust fans
    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
     

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    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Hi shintokenshin,

    I've tried to view the mini dump you provided without success but would ask you check your Bios version as it may need updating..

    I'm going to also pm one of our guys and see if he can open the dump file..
     
  3. ickymay

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    quite a variety of differing bugchecks including :
    0x24 errors which are from the NTFS file system on the hard drive. Primarily caused by problems in the storage subsystem:- mobo (controller or it's drivers)- cabling/power- physical hard drive issues- file system errors - other, low-level utilities interfering with the above stuff
    0×3B errors are forced on x64 Windows platforms when an exception happens during a system service , pos Vcore or voltage instability ?


    I am going to do a bit more research but my first thoughts are your Power Supply is not coping and may need replacing ?

    can you also please burn to CD (using an ISO burner) & run from boot memtest86+ for at least 5 passes and move the sticks between slots running them together and singly to verify motherboard ram slots work as well as each ram stick ?

    ok after a bit more searching through your .dmp files you do still have some old drivers that need updating or removing , anything before 2007 predates windows 7 release :eek:
    AsIO.sys is ASUS Probe V and is known to cause bluescreen crashes << this could be the cause too ?
    wacommousefilter.sys - Wacom tablet mouse driver
    WacomVKHid.sys - Wacom tablet keyboard driver
     
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    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Much thanks icky... :)
     
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    a pleasure m8 I'm not sure how i missed this one and let's hope the O/P comes back and we get a dialogue going :)
     
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    sorry for such a late reply i have downloaded and will run memtest86+ 4.0 tonight but first i think I am going to go after those drivers you mentioned.
     

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