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Hi

I got the BSOD and I`m attaching the dump file. Any help regarding the cause and the fix, will be appreciated.Thanks.

Mini010112-01.zip

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You still haven't given anymore info Eli such as if you can still access Windows, if it is a random BSOD or any other info. Please give some info.

 

If you are able to access Windows have you done a chkdsk?

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You still haven't given anymore info Eli such as if you can still access Windows, if it is a random BSOD or any other info. Please give some info.

 

If you are able to access Windows have you done a chkdsk?

Sorry, I guess I was too brief, it was a random BSOD, no problems to access Windows, I did CHKDSK= no errors, no windows error reports prior to crash, I hope you get a better picture now.

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Random BSOD, the worst to try and work out :)

 

What were you doing at the time?

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Random BSOD, the worst to try and work out :)

 

What were you doing at the time?

I think I was moving a sub folder from one folder to another, at same partition.

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In your event viewer under the 'system' logs it should list there the error code for the BSOD when it happened. Does it list it?

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In your event viewer under the 'system' logs it should list there the error code for the BSOD when it happened. Does it list it?

Yes, and it reads as follows:The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000024 (0x001902fe, 0xb97e81d8, 0xb97e7ed4, 0x8054bfd2). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\MEMORY.DMP

Error code:1001

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Have you had the same BSOD just once or many times?

You could;

- Update drivers

- Scan for malware/virus

- Defrag (unless using SSD)

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Have you had the same BSOD just once or many times?

You could;

- Update drivers

- Scan for malware/virus

- Defrag (unless using SSD)

Had the same BSOD about three times in two months. I regularly defrag with Perf.disk, and scan for viruses with Avast. What drivers are you talking about?

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