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BSOD:s, win think its device drivers

By kirrek
Nov 21, 2006
  1. Hi All

    This is my first thread here, it seems to be a very helping forum
    so I got my spirits up :)

    Anyhows, my computer reboots itself when I'm playing games (WoW)
    and have also done it when no special program is running.

    I havent built the puter myself (it's a fujitsu-siemens) so I'm not sure
    about what brands the components are, but here's a brief spec:

    Pentium 4 CPU 3,4 GHz
    1,00 GB RAM (just ddr)
    Realtek Nvidia 6800 GT 256MB
    MOBO - unknown
    PSU - unknown
    Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS

    The soundcard and gfx card has the latest available drivers.

    I should also probably tell you that the mobo has a built-in NIC which
    is broken (I'm now using a dlink pci NIC)

    I've opened the Minidumps with windbg, but it didnt say me much.
    So I'll attach the 8 latest of them.

    Regards, K
     
  2. peterdiva

    peterdiva TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 1,088

    Two of the more recent dumps have crashed at IRQL 1c, this is a sign of a hardware problem. Test your RAM with Memtest86+.
     
  3. kirrek

    kirrek TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks for your reply Peterdiva

    Yesterday i got 3 bsod's in a row just some minutes appart.
    When i tried to reinstall Win i also got bsod's during the installation.
    I sent it away to the support so it's taken care of now.

    Obviously it was some kind of hardware related error.
     
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