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Random BSOD

By limcz87
Jul 17, 2010
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  1. i jz bought a new full system,
    have been getting random BSOD,
    most of the time only during a long period of computer rest,like after the destop is turned off overnight and i use it early at the morning(most of the time like this),

    i tried memtest,HDD tool,linx and prime 95 stress test,all come back with no error,
    check disc,sfc/scannow tried,no problem.

    i attached the minidump,
    can anyone help me please.
     

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  2. limcz87

    limcz87 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    i am using windows 7,
    my full system spec is :

    asrock h55-le,
    inter core i3,
    radeon HD5770,
    seagate 500GB,
    PSU 400w.
     
  3. limcz87

    limcz87 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    i jz recall that,
    everytime before blue screen appear,
    i will encounter the problem like "explorer has stopped","explorer is not responding"

    i suspect CPU north brige voltage not enough,

    i am using asrock H55-le motherboard,
    it doesnt have NB voltage option in BIOS,
    there is only:
    CPU voltage,
    DRAM voltage
    PCH voltage
    VTT voltage
    1.8v PLL
    GFX voltage,

    any idea?
     


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