Help!!!! BSOD ntoskrnl.exe??? HELP PLEASE!!

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by Dvel24, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. Dvel24

    Dvel24 New Member

    Nov 3, 2011
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    I built a custom pc and have been getting BSOD randomly for the past two months now pretty much after a week or two after the build. I've done a windows 7 repair. I've ran memtest 86 for 5 or 6 hours with no errors, I found out that my motherboard didn't support my 8gb of g skill ram so now I have the same, pretty much the same, Kingston Hyper x for 16gb. Ran memtest again for over 5 hours with no errors. I've RMA my video card b/c when I ran 3dmark11 I'd get a BSOD every time it tried to test the benchmark of the gpu. With my new GPU it does not do that anymore but I still get random BSOD. I've ran the chkdsk/ f, I've updated my drivers to the best of my abilities... So I have no idea and any help would be much appreciated and good karma for the one who helps me resolve my reoccurring BSOD issues. The random BSOD occur every couple days...

    AMD Phenom II x4 955 3.2 ( overclocked to 3.6 but i have a evga super cooler heatsink if it makes a differnce)
    Asus m4a88t-evo usb3
    Nvidia geforce gt 430
    Kingston Hyper x genesis ddr3 1600 KHX1600C9D3X2K2/8GX
    Kingston Hyper x limited edition ddr3 1600 KHX1600C9D3X1K2/8GX
    ( the only difference between them in the x1 vs. x2 means a different special edition but KHX1600C9D3 is on my motherboard support list and the k2 means 2 sticks of ram)
    Hitachi Deskstar 7K3000HDS723015BLA642 (0F12114) SATA 6.0Gb/s 1.5 TB 7200rpm 64mb cache
    Corsair HX650 (650 watts) PSU

    here are my mini dump files from the past month and I know it's got something to do with the ntoskrnl.exe and have researched it for a few weeks now but with no resolve so I hope posting this will help b/c I do not want to pay a tech to fix it. Some more info: Windows 7 64 bit, a retail windows 7, it was an upgrade so I had to put the iso image on a dvd to install onto my pc, I also have my hard drive partitioned 1221.74 gb for windows 7, 159.19 gb for linux ubuntu 10.10, and 16.60 gb for swap area (i partitioned it in linux i think). In the disk management it says all partitions are healthy. I do not recall any BSOD while on ubuntu or my screen saver is on... but for windows 7 is a different story, random BSOD while surfing the web, watching videos, even if i turn off my monitor and leave my pc running over night... thought this extra info might help Thanks Darren

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