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Sudden varying BSODs, Windows 7

By DraGGon2k
Dec 18, 2010
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  1. Hello,

    I suddenly get constant bluescreens on my PC since this afternoon. The weird thing is that the errors always vary. I've had BC Code 7f, 8E, 50, 1d, c5 and what not. It always occurs when I try to watch a video or download something from steam or generally when I do something in the internet. So far it seems to work fine if I plug out my atheros WLN-54L usb wlan stick so that I'm not connected to the internet, at least I didn't encounter any BSDs there yet. I'm running Windows Vista 7. I already did a sfc /SCANNOW and memory check. sfc said there were some problems and memory check was completely without problems.

    Also since yesterday after booting the system always automatically opened the startup/plugins folder where a npdap.dll was. I deleted it and also uninstalled DAP but it didn't help anything. I really don't know what's causing the BSDs but I suspect it has something to do with the network adapter (drivers), but why would it suddenly occur now?

    I hope you can find something in the minidumps, thanks.
     

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  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 12,171   +37

    What memory test did you run?
     


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