Return of the BSODs.

By gmarklar
Oct 17, 2005
  1. Random BSODs again. Removed all PCI cards, switched to on-board sound (VIA AC'97, latest drivers). Crashed in the middle of the night whilst burning a DVD with Nero and in the afternoon with iTunes playing for the 10th consecutive hour or so.

    I've ordered a new stick of RAM. Until then, could this be the sound driver? If so, does anyone know of a reliable driver for the onboard sound on VIA PM800 motherboards?

  2. cpc2004

    cpc2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,994


    One minidump crashes at tcpip. TCPIP is a stable module as million of users are using tcpip it. There have no known software bug of TCPIP which crashes windows. It crashes only if faulty ram.
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