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BSOD with minidumps attached

By nosleep
May 8, 2007
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  1. I need some help with some BSOD's I've been having. Minidumps are attached. BSOD's used to be few and far between but I just received 5 yesterday. Also just to add, I gamed for 5 hours straight last night with no problems and as soon as I exit out to surf the net and check my email, five minutes later I get a BSOD.

    e6600 3.4@1.4v 65 degrees on load
    7900gs oc'ed 72 degrees on load
    ASUS P5N-E SLI (Nvidia 650i chipset)
    2gb ddr2 PNY 667 4-4-4-12
    Thermaltake 450w PSU all voltage within 3% (measured with digital MM)

    Any help would be much appreciated!
    thanks,
    nosleep
  2. nosleep

    nosleep TS Rookie Topic Starter

    *Fixed* ...so far...

    Just an update for anyone not getting assistance, this is how I solved mine:
    I downloaded Windbg (sp) to debug them myself.
    I found a USBPORT.SYS and Nvidia ethernet driver fault in the dumps.

    I then uninstalled my recently installed Dell photo printer and installed new Nvidia chipset drivers.

    No BSOD's in 19 hours and counting, including 5 hours of continuous gaming.

    Now I'll have to find a stable replacement driver for my Dell photo printer.
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