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OS: Windows 7 64-Bit SP1
This was the original OS - clean install
The OS is an OEM version I purchased from TigerDirect. I have the disc
The system a brand new. I put it together on Thursday
I had issues installing Windows. I had to do it many, many times before it worked. The only way for the installation to complete was for me to pull out most of my RAM
CPU: i7 2600K
Video Card: XFX AMD Radeon HD 6970
MotherBoard: MSI P67A-GD65
Power Supply: Corsair HX750W

I get a number of different BSODs. Nothing really triggers them - after a random amount of time, the system just goes down:

System_Service_Exception STOP: 0x0000003B
Bad_Pool_Header STOP: 0x00000019
IRQL_Not_Less_or_Equal (I didn't catch the STOP code)
And a BSOD without a title - STOP: 0x00000024 - which references NTFS.sys

I also get non-BSOD error messages:

Desktop Window Manager has Stopped Working
GenGame10: WinSAT.exe Application Error. The instruction at 0x070e51d6c referenced memory at 0x42c08355. The memory could not be read
And a number of errors specific to applications, including my anti-virus and firewall programs, which are similar - memory read errors.

The thing is, I've run both the Windows memory diagnostic tool and memtest86+. No errors. Ran System File Check. No errors. Ran CHKDSK. No errors.


(Oh, by the way, I can't get PERFMON to work. I get an error and t refuses to output a report, so I couldn't attach it)


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There are no minidumps in your report. I found this error in your event log
Unable to produce a minidump file from the full dump file.
That means that either there is a problem with the hard drive or an issue with the page file.

Check to make sure your page file is set up to be system managed

Go to control panel>system and security>system
Click on advanced tab
In the performance section click on settings
Again click on Advanced > click on Change in the Virtual Memory section
Make sure the top box is checked (Automatically manage paging file for all drives)
Restart your computer

The next time you get a BSOD it should create a minidump

For the time being, please run these tests.
1. Memtest86 - Run for 7-8 passes if you didn't do that the first time - RAM - Test with Memtest86+ - Windows 7 Forums
2. Prime95 - Run all three tests for 3-4 hours each or until failure - CPU - Stress Test with Prime95 - Windows 7 Forums
3. Hard drive test using SeaTools. Both short and long tests
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