BSOD - Windows 7

By winkaway
Nov 25, 2010
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  1. Hi,

    I have run a debug on my memory dump file. I have Windows 7 64bit and attached is the output of the debug log file. Can anyone comment on what may be causing this?


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  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,966   +70

    As per your debug log your issue is with memory corruption. Go to our Guide and Tutorial forum and find the guide on how to run Memtest. Use the updated version of the test when you link to the memtest site. If you want to see a memetest screen go to reply #21.

    Make sure you run it for a minimum of 7 Passes.

    * Get back to us with your results.
  3. winkaway

    winkaway TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks for the reply. I have done some further reading / investigation and it appears that the cause of the BSOD is the timing and voltage settings in the BIOS. They were all set to auto however a friend mentioned that sometimes the "auto" does not use the correct settings.
    The system now appears to be stable (running for 8 or so hours without an issue).

    Thanks for the suggestion

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