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Old 06-19-2011, 12:58 AM   #1
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My Specs:

-OS - Windows 7 Ultimate
-Running at 32-bit (x86)
-Original OS was Windows Vista x86 Home Premium and Windows 7 x86 Ultimate. Currently using Windows 7 Ultimate x86 (re-format and re-installed)
-Vista was OEM and Windows 7 was retail version
-Age of systems - approximately 3 years (last visit to workshop was 5 months ago)
-Age of OS is one week.

-CPU - Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.4GHz
-Video Card - Nvidia GeForce GT 430
-Motherboard - Bioware G41-M7 Power-Saving Module
- Power Supply - I have no idea how to check. It's from Acer though and Desktop.

-System Maunfacturer - Acer but was tempered by freelance workshop. Warranty obviously voided.
-Exact Model -Acer Aspire M5640 (not exactly =.=")

Problem:

My probelm started about 3 weeks ago as my system begins to slow down. I used it anyways. Then BSODs comes out after 2 weeks usage. Initially, the BSOD shows KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR but now it shows nothing. I can't get the kernel error BSOD because I can't find it. It's not in Windows/minidump or Windows itself.

Then I tried removing damaged hardware like my memory card readers. I did scans on my HDD and RAM and it seems fine. Even followed the website to check for errors on my Western Digital HDD. Used memtest thingy already but nothing.

I tried running on Safe mode and there seems to be NO problem at all! So it can't be my Hardware. I have no idea how to begin checking my softwares and drivers. It might be the drivers. Or softwares.

Please help me. I've been typing with one hand on my notebook and one on my desktop. And it's really frustrating just to chek what's going on.

Thanks in advance! Disabled some drivers that seems suspicious.
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Old 06-20-2011, 11:27 AM   #2
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The no crashdump issue seems to be fairly common with Windows 7 SP1. There's a potential fix available here. Also make sure you are not using any "PC cleaning" or "optimizing" software, as they love to munch on crashdumps. Lastly, make sure to have Driver Verifier on for future crashes.
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