Help Debugging Crash Dumps Please!

#1
I have just recently built a new computer:

Specs

Core i5 2500K
ATI 5850 graphics
MSI P67A-C43 motherboard
2x4gb Cosair ram

I keeping getting random blue screens of death and they all seem to be different and am having trouble figuring out what the problem is. This is off a fresh install also. Thanks for analyzing them.

View attachment 082511-23790-01.dmp

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#2
I have one more dump but for some reason it keeps saying access denied when i try to post it.
 


nmsuk

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#3
Could you get cpu-z and take screen grabs of each tab and each populated memory slot to help us narrow down the culprit.
 


#4
About.png Caches.png CPU.png Graphics.png Mainboard.png Memory.png Slot 1.png Slot 2.png

Here are the CPU-z shots.
 


nmsuk

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#5
Hi, can you go into you bios and set the command rate for the memory to 2T please. That's the only memory timing that incorrectly set atm.
 


#6
i went into my bios and didn't see any options for command rate unless i need to change something else to make the command rate change on its own.
 


#7
ok, i think i got it, I had to set my DRAM Timing Mode to unlink and then changed each stick to a 2T command rate and now that page in CPU-Z says 2T

Is there anything else?
 


nmsuk

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#9
#10
I ran all of these tests and nothing ever made the computer blue screen and i didn't get any errors. It just randomly does it at points so I have no way to make it happen. Could it be the motherboard or is there some driver that is causing my issue? And here are some more minidumps?

View attachment 082611-42744-01.dmp
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Saltgrass

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#11
A couple of the dumps seem to be referring to ready boost. Are you using a flash drive or do you have one plugged in?
 


#12
No, I'm not using readyboost, I don't even have a usb flash drive capable of that as far as I know but here is another minidump and this time I got it on startup. It happened while trying to load windows 7.

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nmsuk

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#13
Hi,

The stop error is 0x50 caused by aswMonFlt.sys (AVAST) ca you uninstall avast and replace it with MSE please. Avast is known to cause bsods on windows 7.
 


#14
Well I had my computer running for almost three days and now it is exploding with blue screens again, can u please check these mini dumps that i am going to put on. I removed Avast as you had said and it worked for a while a couple days and now i cant even get my comp to stay on for more than a couple minutes in normal mode. I'm in safe mode right now attaching these minidumps.

View attachment 083011-34881-01.dmp
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nmsuk

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#15
Have you removed Avast? and replaced it with MSE?
 


#16
Yeah, I said that in my last post. I removed Avast and now have MSE.
 


nmsuk

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#17
Sorry long day. Looks like memory corruption. I'm going to review the whole thread and shall get back to you as quickly as I can.
 


#18
Thank you very much, I appreciate all the help you have given me so far.
 


nmsuk

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#19
You have HP printer drivers installed that are a little on the old side. Could you find updated drivers for you printer please. Trying to track this down is frustrating as your getting stop 0x109 stop x01e and stop 0x50. To me this looks like memory corruption but you've tested your ram which probably leaves malware of some kind.

If you download MBAM and run it in safe mode. Let it do it's thing if it finds anything let it remove them. If it doesn't find anything are you up to reinstalling windows?
 


#20
I know, I think at this point I may return my motherboard and ram and get new stuff in case it is a hardware problem and we cannot pin point it. The HP drivers for my printer I had just installed yesterday may be the problem but they are the newest ones available on their website. I hate this, I have never had this many problems building a new computer. Also, If my computer is running in safe mode and isn't crashing does that mean my ram is good and not corrupted and my motherboard is fine?
 


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