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In fact, Windows firewall is more than capable of doing the job itself. Let it track and show temperature and voltage charts all the way till freeze happens. Benchmarks show me under 72 degrees C on heavy loads. Example file hosting sites : https://www.box.com/ http://www.mediafire.com/ http://www.sendspace.com Post the download link to the dumps in next reply. http://genepsd.com/random-bsods/random-bsods-on-new-pc.html

If that doesn't fix it, I'd say it's probably the power supply. If you can't get into Windows because it crashes too soon, try it in Safe Mode. I'm not sure if it's the video card or the RAM OS: Windows 7 x64 Full Retail Age of system: 1 yr, 3 months Intel i7 920 PNY GeForce 210 512MB So finding a firewall that is easy and safe to use like ZA would be ideal Thank you again for all the help, very much appreciated Edited by stanb, 26 http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/123980-random-bsod-least-once-month.html

Win 7 Home Premium x64 on my ~6 month old PC with original installation from OEM (HP). You may also... Retail copy of Windows 7 Ultimate. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home Brewed OS 8.1x64PWMC Ubuntu14.04x64 MintMate17x64 CPU I7 4970K OC'ed @4.7 GHz Motherboard MSI-Z97 Memory 16 GB G-Skill Trident X @2400MHZ Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce

Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Samsung/NP780 OS Win8.1Pro - Finally!!! Ask a question and give support. See if you can borrow one from another computer or a friend. Try taking out sticks of RAM until you're down to one stick.

Any and all help is welcome. Going to buy some new ram and hope for the best! Already have an account? I did check RAM with memtest from cd boot.

Runs stable under MacOS. I believed the Synsative thing began to hang after some time, though the folder appeared to have a lot of things in it anyway. Usually the exception address pinpoints the driver/function that caused the problem. The BSODs have been occuring for over a year now, but as they have never been all that problematic i have let them pass.

Thank you, i will. So i have decided to see how things run with the updated intel driver first before updating BIOS, and if i receive another intelppms BSOD, i'll notify you on here with And a motherboard (Gigabyte, GA-P45-D3SR or something). There are some dumps from December 2014 in their which probably (though not certainly) are unrelated to the problems I have now (they seemed to mysteriously stop at some point) Thanks

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... http://genepsd.com/random-bsods/random-bsods-on-new-system.html BIOS updates often contains update to the ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface ). That is why it is always Intelppm.sys (Intel CPU power management driver ) is blamed in the crash dumps as the reason for crash. But just to confirm, these blue screens are random, sometimes they only happen for example, once a month (which makes this BSOD very difficult to diagnose i guess).

I've done many virus/spyware/malware scans and they don't seem to help so here I am hoping that someone here can help me.... I used to get the same crashes, totally randomly, couldn't switch off my PC unless I pulled it's power from the outlet in the wall. Join the community here. check over here Back to top #13 stanb stanb Topic Starter Members 36 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:48 AM Posted 27 July 2013 - 07:05 AM Have received another BSOD today, again after waking

Instructions on how to run Driver Verifier are here: Driver Verifier Settings Finally, make sure that you have ALL available Windows Updates. From other sites I have heard it might be a memory problem but im not sure why it only crashes once a month. Some observations: - The laptop Thread Tools Search this Thread 04-01-2015, 11:57 PM #1 BinaryPill Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2013 Posts: 42 OS: Windows 8 Hi all.

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/174459-dump-files-configure-windows-create-bsod.html After you got two or more BSOD , open C:\Windows\Minidump folder.

Continue to use your system normally, and if you know what causes the crash, do that repeatedly. My BIOS version is AMI B63D3E01, 3/11/11. Updating main post. Update system BIOS Download and run the "Foxconn live update" tool.

Both you and Tedster then have suggested the PSU to be the culprit. Since replacing it is somewhat more involved, would it help to try replacing video card first? The objective here is to get the system to crash because Driver Verifier is stressing the drivers out. this content If I turn power (mains directly) after a long time, the system works for about an hour before this happens.

I guess it is easier to replace the PSU. Dec 12, 2008 #5 alokgovil TS Rookie Topic Starter Hi MetalX, I have done all testing with RAM. Gonna switch to a 7200/10000 rpm or an SSD (if I can find $500 for a 1tB SSD!) - Switched to 500 gB Samsung 840 series SSD - WOW!!! This will let us see why this breakpoint is happening.

i have had different reasons for the BSOD too, irql_not_less_or_equal, system service exception and a few others motherboard- asus m5a99x evo amd 990x ddr3 graphics- HIS ATI... edit: I think I solved this one. i will do. OS Windows 8 Quote Extreamly rare and compleatly random BSOD Kernel « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Windows 8 Forums BSOD Crashes and Debugging Extreamly rare and compleatly random

Is windows firewall reliable/safe enough to use? Does this mean that the voltage PSU sends is 12V unloaded, but for the loaded connectors, it has dropped? Wait a couple of days and you will know whether the issue is resolved or not. Also, reinstalling the whole OS without any drivers still results in crashes.

permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply[–]HeavyOnTheHit 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago(3 children)I dunno if it's what's causing your problems but 72C is really quite hot and it might be worth buying a cheap aftermarket cooler. List anything you've done in attempt to diagnose or fix the problem. Not saying it's definitely your problem but I'd definitely try that. Also, try giving the RAM more voltage in the BIOS.

Headset sound pops once every second while audio is playing More resources See also i put in every part correctly while building my computer and once i plugged it in my You can try these other free hardware diagnostics, they all relate in some way to memory (even the hard drive test, where the pagefile for virtual memory resides): Hardware Diagnostics Also,