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Repeated BSOD win 7 ultimate 64bit

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mastercool8695

Cyborg Agent
did the step 2.
only let enabled three avira services.
Disabled :
Adobe Acrobat updateer Service
Adobe Flash Player Update Service
Google Update Service (gupdate)
Google Update Service (gupdatem)
Google Updater Service
Intel(R) PROSet Monitoring Service
Mozilla Maintenance Service

left Enabled :
Avira Scheduler
Avira Real-Time Protection
Avira Service Host



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had another BSOD within 10 minutes after that.
DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL

USBPORT.SYS

the minidump is here :
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6wsxxf88ummeub8/070514-11653-01.dmp
 

emailvarunchandak

In the zone
arey... monitor means wait for a while if it comes again..... right click my computer, manage, device manager, uninstall usb devices, mouse will get deactivated.....

do this in safe mode... then restart the system without mouse and wait... if the bsod doesn't occur, then attach mouse and wait
 
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mastercool8695

Cyborg Agent
arey... monitor means wait for a while if it comes again..... right click my computer, manage, device manager, uninstall usb devices, mouse will get deactivated.....

do this in safe mode... then restart the system without mouse and wait... if the bsod doesn't occur, then attach mouse and wait

hehe.
sorry. :p
doing that now.
 
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mastercool8695

Cyborg Agent
Did that, but only for a brief period of time.

have to use the mouse , afterall.
and the PC had three Bluescreens, all of them were :
Pagefault in Nonpaged Area
with Driver: ntoskrnl.exe
 

topgear

Super Moderator
Staff member
^^ Perform an extensive HDD test ... I think there's bad sectors in it.

whats the use of ubuntu?

a live ubuntu CD [ and many other such linux distros ] or bootable usb PD can boot a pc with a working gui .. this way you can test pc hardware outside of window and make sure none of the hardwares are malfuntiong.
 
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mastercool8695

Cyborg Agent
^^ Perform an extensive HDD test ... I think there's bad sectors in it.



a live ubuntu CD [ and many other such linux distros ] or bootable usb PD can boot a pc with a working gui .. this way you can test pc hardware outside of window and make sure none of the hardwares are malfuntiong.

I already ran Chkdsk on it (only the C Drive) , no problem.
and i'm back to college, so, there's nothing much i can do now.

Thanks all. :)
 
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