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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by 3doz, Aug 24, 2010.
cant see that in device manager is there any where else it can re astablish it self from
Let's see what's going on with your motherboard and find out if the file is for it. It wouldn't reinstall if it was for that add-on card which was removed. Type msinfo32 in the start menu then press enter. File | save on the opened screen. Zip the saved file then attach to a post.
done see attachment
After typing msinfo32 in the start menu and hitting enter, a screen will open. You want to go to File then Save. Zip the .nfo file only and then attach the .zip. The previous attachment doesn't have this at all. ------ Anyhow, let MSI's website scan and install any new drivers it finds. Did it update any at all? http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=downloadindex
here something new blue screeb PFN-List
the last two dumps attached it happing almost every bootView attachment 090910-22640-01.zip
Did you test the ram sticks individually as my previous post said to do? http://windows7forums.com/blue-screen-death-bsod/48181-new-instal-still-blue-screen-death-2.html#post169929 You do have some sort of bad ram even if the test shows well. Replace the Ram. All of your drivers are now good, which makes it 99.9% probability the new ram will be the fix.
not finsih yet took out one stick of ram that showed 2 faults but the old problem stiill is a pain in the *** mostly happens when w7 finishes the updates when its stared again the next day this hapens either it starts in safe mode and without the video driver or it comes up with the words that state the wrong drive no boot file so in that case it go into the bios and select the correct boot drive again hope that helps I asked about this way back but no reponse to it
completely out of left field but have you checked your CMOS battery lately? does the date and time go off? Ken J
How are the boot drive priorities setup in the BIOS. When you set the correct boot drive, are you saving changes?
yes and i can boot many time no
Yes I reset the drives and i can boot normaly many time no the time does on change yes it happens to many times