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Old 02-14-2013, 08:24 PM   #1
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I constantly get BSOD when I run my computer and when I look at BlueScreenView it's mainly caused by ntoskrnl.exe. I have ran MemTest, Prime95, Western Digital Harddrive diagnostics, and everything and nothing worked. I have even reformatted my pc several times. Please help me out!

Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 64 bit
Intel Pentium Dual CPU E2200 2.2GHZ
DDR2 Ram 2Gigs
GeForce 9800GT
XFX Motherboard (forgot which one because I got it a while ago.)
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Old 02-14-2013, 08:31 PM   #2
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Your BSOD's are wide and varied, not just ntoskrnl. Look at the label inside the computer case What is the make a model #and wattage of your PSU? It may be underpowered for your setup or failing. Try replacing with a 550watt or better PSU.
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So it is a hardware failure? Also, since I am in Korea, I have to use a device that changes the volts, but I have never had a problem for months until now.
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You have alreade checked the HDD and the RAM. Have you updated your nVidia Video driver? If so, then the only other thing left would be the PSU.
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Yeah I have tried driver uninstall and install up to date
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Your BSOD's are wide and varied, not just ntoskrnl. Look at the label inside the computer case What is the make a model #and wattage of your PSU? It may be underpowered for your setup or failing. Try replacing with a 550watt or better PSU.
I have been running this setup for a few years now and has never failed. I have been using it through a transformer though 220v >> 110v since September and no failures until maybe 2 weeks ago.
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Look at the label inside the computer case What is the make a model #and wattage of your PSU?
Please provide the information in the quote above. Also, Boot into Setup (Bios) go to PC Health or some such. In there post the Temperatures and the +12V rail line. If this line is + or - more then .5 V from 12V the PSU may be failing
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Seems like a generic power supply.
ATX Switching Power Supply.
Model: 450W

-----PC Health Status-----
CPU Temperature : 27C/80F
System Temperature : 33C/91F

CPU FAN Speed : 1979 RPM
SYS FAN 1 Speed : 0 RPM

CPU Vcore : 1.328 V
3.3V : 3.056 V
5V : 5.214 V
12V : 12.160 V
5V SB : 5.187 V
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Your +12V line is within the parameters. And the temperatures are fine. But your generic 450Watt PSU is underpowered for your setup.
https://www.techsupportforum.com/foru...on-192217.html
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I'm curious how it was running it for all these years.
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Try a Clean Boot. If this works then add one start up item at a time and reboot until it BSOD's then you know what the culprit is. If it BSOD's in a clean boot, then you know it is the PSU, Processor, or Motherboard, most likely PSU. All electronics start to fail eventually, including your HDD. So, always keep current backups of files you can't live without.
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