I have Win 7 and have been getting several type of BSODs for quite some time. For some reason they don't seem to appear when I do stuff, which is why I have been keeping up with it. If I leave the computer on doing absolutely nothing, I get more BSODs then if I do stuff. A bit strange.
Sometimes they appears fixed for a while after doing sfc /scannow, chkdsk and simular, even though they doesn't find anything wrong. I just tried Verifier.exe for the first time, which made my computer get BSOD right after I logged into windows.
The computer is a bit outdated I think, and I suspected that the motherboard, and perhaps everything else, might be close to death. But I'm no expert and I would be very glad if that is not true! Since Verifier.exe caused errors when it tested drivers, I thought that there might be a chance that there is something else then hardware failures.
I made a BSOD compilation with BlueScreenView
, a small hardware summary with Everest, and a .arn file with Autoruns
I hope that this information can help you experts out there, and that you want to take a look at this!
Can you see if something stands out as a probable cause?