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I think you have a piece of software attempting to hack your windows kernel. I don't really think that's very hot? then after typing in any response you have... I have tested each memory module individually already and i took out 2 modules out of 4 currently.Also since i have tested quite a lot already the RAM, i have taken check my blog

Event log at the time of last system crash: Code: Event[5035]: Log Name: System Source: Service Control Manager Date: 2015-04-29T20:42:50.933 Event ID: 7026 Task: N/A Level: Information Opcode: N/A Keyword: Classic Win 7 has, and offers much better user control. bribuckl, Feb 12, 2014 stevemc4123 Prime Member Joined: Jun 20, 2006 Messages: 1,679 Date Posted: Feb 12, 2014 #53 Not sure if anyone told you this but try taking out your jawnTEM One Wild Crazy Mod-der! http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/127791-random-bsod-brand-new-computer.html

Sometimes it happens when I'm doing many things at once (game open, photoshop open, media player open, two chrome windows with several tabs each, etc) other times it dies as I'm Most of the time you have to get someone to look at it who know what everything means. Also, when I upgraded to Win8 and then 8.1, I never saw another BSOD in my gaming PC since.

You can download the latest BIOS from your motherboard manufacturer's website.When there are several different versions to choose from, skip right to the latest release rather than updating incrementally. Just before Christmas I bought a brand new laptop, decided to get a nice new SSD to speed it up a bit, used the Asus tool Backtracker to switch the OS Can anyone help? Apparently I have found the cause, I'll keep you informed if this "cured" my problem.

I fixed that and still no fix. I see change, and I hate change! Here's what I have done so far:-Uninstalled EVERYTHING MSI-Disabled ALL chrome extensions-used the sfc.exe command as well as the dism.exe command-scanned once more with malwarebytesWith the windows kernel being corrupted, is http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2821991/randomly-blue-screen-built-desktop.html Lol!

Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkClick to expand... Freezes and BSod [clock_watchdog_timeout] More resources See also solved New build, random BSOD:124, 4770 not OC, all new parts. Also worth noting that I had my hard drive plugged in when I installed my Windows OS, so although my OS is on my SSD, there is a system reserved partition If something needs to be ran, I, want to be the one that does it.

I've noticed that sometimes an event may not always show up for a day or so after, say, a shut down or BS. find more Sometimes it divulges little tidbits of helpful info that might suggest or point to what's going on. Unlike OP, my computer has been functioning fine for 2 years, it's one I built with my own hands, and I haven't ever had a blue screen until last month. I really don't want to take my system apart again though.

I just disabled it. http://splashwebservices.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-during-random-times.php There was one DMP file, which is located here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AhcS4hvw2pjjghqbCAc0a4FyqUmHEDIT: Ran verifier again. No... Or something!..., Anyway if I'd known you were having trouble finding the Action Center I would have given more info on how to get there, as it's kinda' hidden within Windows.

Or, are you still getting these?Click to expand... MonkeysWithGuns, Feb 12, 2014 Player177 Star Joined: Apr 9, 2004 Messages: 18,446 Date Posted: Feb 12, 2014 #59 Probably your thermal paste. I used BlueScreenView but looks like the error code is different every time, so I am a bit lost. news Run Prime95 and watch your temps.Click to expand...

As was explained by Microsoft employee blogger Michael Kaplan (the blog has since vanished from the web), very early builds of Vista (then referred to as Longhorn) would spit out a There may be a decent heat program that came with your MB that you can monitor your temps, or you can get some after market program. Instead, in the rare case that Windows 8 runs into a serious problem, it spits out an emoticon as if to say, "Ah shucks!" before automatically restarting.

Though Blue Screens are difficult to decipher, all the information you need to figure out what caused it is right there in front of you in blue and white—and that’s where

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Player177, Feb 12, 2014 jawnTEM likes this. The last time they replaced the motherboard, graphics card, power supply and memory; that's everything. Before updating the BIOS, you should change its settings back to default (there is usually a "reset to default" setting in the BIOS that makes this process easy, or you can I was getting similar random crashes awhile ago and none of the common solutions fixed it.

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Player177, Feb 16, 2014 jawnTEM likes this. Looking over your Reliability report, did it list anything under the Blue icons, for information? Unfortunately, I am not sure exactly how do this (other than the obvious). More about the author jawnTEM One Wild Crazy Mod-der!

If we're playing armchair psychologist, we'd say Newell still harbors deep seeded resentment from when a BSoD left him flustered at an awards ceremony. Minidump: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AhcS4hvw2pjjgh3en-UwwcEBcor0MEMORY dump: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AhcS4hvw2pjjgh4wt9ygVAays6MUI'll run memtest again just to be sure...