12-17-2008, 01:01 AM
Join Date: Nov 2008
Basically my machine has been randomly popping BSODs in my face for about a week now. It seems to be networking related (it always seems to pop up when i'm transferring large files over the college network to friends)
I looked into it a little further, and while i have no idea how to get the long error code out of it (i walked away while the file transfer was in progress) even with my limited knowledge of the matter, i managed to find the minidump file from my last encounter with that frustrating color with the help of google. I also found a 64 bit version of debugging tools and opened the dump file with it, the bottom of wich says
"Probably caused by : ntoskrnl.exe ( nt+55350 )"
I'll attach both a text with what debugging tools spat and the minidump (Unfortunately i ran CCleaner before i knew that it ate dump files when it cleans so i only have the most recent dump)
I've heard a bit of talk about this being a sp1 error, but i figured i would ask some people with a little more knowledge on this subject before i acted.
Anyways, system specs:
Ram: 8g of ddr2 Corsair Dominator (Fully Memtest86+ Tested)
Processor: Intel Quad core 2.4
Motherboard: ASUS P5Q Pro
Graphics: HIS 1g ATI 4860
Both of my hard drives are old generic ones, i didn't upgrade them from my old machine; both i have run check disk on for bad sectors
I have a Rosewill 750W PSU
I bought the bits and peices about a month and a half ago, put them together and ran all my stress tests and hardware checks then, the system ran like a dream until about a week ago when i was transfering about 20g of stuff over the school network.