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kemical

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What about the chkdsk?
 


kemical

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It runs without bsod
That's it?

Did it say anything about repairing sectors and the like?

Do you still get a bsod?
 


Theunemans

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That's it?

Did it say anything about repairing sectors and the like?

Do you still get a bsod?
It did say something about repairing sectors, but i still get bsod. Like i said, my pc is a pain in the buttcheeks.
 


kemical

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Can you post the dump files please.

The more we see the better as it helps in determining the cause.

You can test your HDD by running an app called Seatools. It's a Seagate app but will work for almost any drive:

https://www.seagate.com/gb/en/support/downloads/seatools/
 


Theunemans

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Can you post the dump files please.

The more we see the better as it helps in determining the cause.

You can test your HDD by running an app called Seatools. It's a Seagate app but will work for almost any drive:

https://www.seagate.com/gb/en/support/downloads/seatools/
I'll check it out when i'm home.
 


Theunemans

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Can you post the dump files please.

The more we see the better as it helps in determining the cause.

You can test your HDD by running an app called Seatools. It's a Seagate app but will work for almost any drive:

https://www.seagate.com/gb/en/support/downloads/seatools/
The dumpfiles are the same as the previous dumpfile i sent you. But i did notice something about the hardware in my bag of potatos, the motherboard has a tiny scratch on it next to the molex cable plug and whenever my cpu gets a bit of pressure it gives bsod.
 


kemical

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the motherboard has a tiny scratch on it next to the molex cable plug
Hmm... Any chance you could take a photo? If it's tiny then chances are there's no issue.

whenever my cpu gets a bit of pressure it gives bsod.
When you say 'pressure' do you mean when the cpu has to work harder?

If this is the case then chances are your overheating.
Use HWiNFO to see what your cpu is like at rest and at full load:
 


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