Random BSOD need help resolving

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by TerriPhyde, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. TerriPhyde

    TerriPhyde New Member

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    I was having x01a BSODs constantly and figured that it was due to inefficient power. I've upgraded my PS to a 1600W EVGA and those BSOD's have stopped. Now I'm occasionally having the attached BSOD minidump.

    Here are my system details if they are needed

    System
    Manufacturer MSI
    Model MS-7818
    Total amount of system memory 32.0 GB RAM
    System type 64-bit operating system
    Number of processor cores 4
    Storage
    Total size of hard disk(s) 10485 GB
    Disk partition (C:) 86 GB Free (238 GB Total)
    Disk partition (D:) 1822 GB Free (1863 GB Total)
    Disk partition (E:) 1833 GB Free (1863 GB Total)
    Disk partition (F:) 205 GB Free (2795 GB Total)
    Disk partition (G:) 1863 GB Free (1863 GB Total)
    Disk partition (H:) 1797 GB Free (1863 GB Total)
    Media drive (I:) CD/DVD
    Media drive (J:) CD/DVD
    Graphics
    Display adapter type NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti
    Total available graphics memory 4096 MB
    Dedicated graphics memory 2048 MB
    Dedicated system memory 0 MB
    Shared system memory 2048 MB
    Display adapter driver version 9.18.13.5306
    Primary monitor resolution 1680x1050
    Secondary monitor resolution 1680x1050
    Secondary monitor resolution 1680x1050
    Secondary monitor resolution 1680x1050
    Secondary monitor resolution 1680x1050
    Secondary monitor resolution 1680x1050
    DirectX version DirectX 10
     

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  2. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    Hi Terry,
    Terry I downloaded your zip file but it was empty and in fact if you look at the file size on the above download it's zero. Perhaps you forgot to add the dump files?
    Post them up and I'll have a look asap but I can tell you that bugcheck 1A or x01a means a severe memory management issue occurred and is usually caused by faulty RAM as opposed to a failing psu. Anyway send them in and I'll be able to tell you more.
     

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