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Daily BSOD on Win7, ntfs.sys 0x24

By Exurok
Feb 7, 2012
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  1. This is the 5th time i reinstall windows and hope to get a crash free computer, but to no success.
    Changed harddrives to new ones but still same issue.

    when i go to bed i turn off the power button on the PSU, and the first thing that happends when i use it again is i get a BSOD at windows desktop, it can be everything from ntfs.sys a number of various other files i dont remember, but are all in the minidump.
    Then i turn it off with the power switch and it reboots, that usually fixes the PC for the first hours. Then many times in games i get BSOD from various types again.. its totally random, sometimes hours down to minutes and random games.. no pattern... -.-
    i also use Driveragent to check if all drivers are up to date, and they are..

    im clueless to what it can be so now i decided to get some help from people with the right knowledge.
    I used a program called Whocrashed in attemt to find the source of it, but was kinda useless as it only said time and again
    "Your system configuration may be incorrect. Possibly this problem is caused by another driver on your system which cannot be identified at this time."


    Here are the minidump files : filedropper.com/minidump_1
    Here is my computer, it is not OC'ed techpowerup.com/gallery/3133.html

    please help me, im tired of not being able to use my new computer..
     
  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244   +234

    Please read and follow these instructions:
    http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic51365.html
    It will tell you how to post your minidumps and do some tests, although you might just be over-clocking or have a rogue program causing your problems
     

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