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BSOD At Random Times Not Sure What Is Causing It

I saw this on PC Advisor and thought you should see it too. From my gut, I suspect that it's hardware related though, especially since it's been doing this almost from day one. Reminds me of when I was in college English! Specifically hardware can fail. navigate here

It's not overheating for sure, but I don't know what it is. Knowing what you’re looking for will certainly make things a little clearer when it comes to diagnosing the problem. Well, they're supposed to. The bugcheck was: 0x0000001a (0x0000000000000031, 0xfffffa800f99fe00, 0xfffff88007026000, 0xfffff8a00472ad65). https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/61399-bsod-random-times-not-sure-what-causing.html

also my system reboot automatically (by error screen). Any suggestions? All Rights Reserved. × us IGN 100 Little Things in Zelda That Will Blow Your Mind Advertisement 100 Little Things in Zelda: Breath of the Wild That Will Blow Your Mind

In testing one stick at a time, this is in order to eliminate the good sticks from the bad. Player! any further light you can help me to shed on this issue I would appreciate it. Also try updating all your drivers just to eliminate the possibility.

Make sure that you uninstal AMD/ATI Catalyst programs, in your programs and features section of Control Panel.. pirateking97 Noob Joined: Oct 24, 2013 Messages: 390 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #29 Player177 said: ↑ Kernel errors are usually OS issues. Check your motherboard manual to make sure the ram is installed in the correct slots. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/347229-bsod-caused-graphic-drivers-seems-occur-random-times.html I'll look at that, and then review what else might be going on.

Thanks for posting those btw! BSOD Help and Support Random BSOD problems in the past 2 days. Last edited: Feb 11, 2014 pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 Last edited by pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 jawnTEM One Wild Crazy Mod-der! ★ MOD Joined: Oct 4, 2011 Messages: 8,930 Location: Central Should i do what you said and delete the drivers and install again from the disc, or get them from the internet.

This may depend on the "position" of the bad block. My guess was the power phases on the board were crapping out and not sending stable power to the CPU. Lol!) If you can't keep your PC open long enough, download it from another PC save it to a flash drive, etc. pirateking97, Feb 11, 2014 Qu3bus Almost Not a Noob Joined: Jun 14, 2012 Messages: 2,483 Date Posted: Feb 11, 2014 #12 Player177 said: ↑ pirateking97 said: ↑ what exactly do you

You can either use dedicated backups solutions - such as those found in our guide to the 13 Best Backup software - or take advantage of the many free offerings in check over here Or one that you purchased built? A "crash", for the purposes of this discussion, includes things like random blue screens, random reboots, freezing up and just randomly shutting down or going to a completely black screen without warning. Then pray that you don't get another BS.

No, if you have say 4 slots you have to put then in the correct slots if you're only using 2 sticks. I'm not gonna say for sure it's the board but I don't know what else it could be since the OS and RAM is fine. It runs the Windows 10 OS, but used to run Windows 7, and originally ran Windows XP. http://evendirectory.com/bsod-at/bsod-at-random-times-for-random-reasons.html Those, are a lot of Red dots pirate!

I often get the * Hardware failure * bsod. Go to AMD site here, and choose the Driver Support section, and then over to the left, the Latest AMD GPU Drivers and choose your operating system and for 32 bit/ Thanks.

Also, run something like heaven benchmark for awhile and see if it crashes or not.

You could diagnose it for hours and not get anywhere - or find the culprit and have it be something you can't address yourself anyway. Hope this helps with a better understanding on how Ram works. However, the shut downs have happened before that at random times so not sure if that is causing the issues or not. First of all yeah I can keep my PC open long enough.

Discussion in 'PC' started by pirateking97, Feb 10, 2014. Click yes to restart your system. If you notice, you will hopefully see the date that your PC blue screened and if you click the "x" on that date it should indicate the cause and even a weblink Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * This work by Ask Leo!

Not that it matters that much, as the solution is about the same. Sometimes it works by updating through device manager; however, the best way is to download the new drivers manually and save it to your desktop. (If you can keep your windows After you have completed that open a elevated command prompt ( click start, type cmd in the search box, right click on the cmd entry and select run as administrator) in You could also try using Google to see if there are others having issues with that version of the software, and what solutions they’ve discovered.

How to fix Windows 10 blue screen of death: Updating drivers We’ve seen several cases in the past where dodgy graphics card drivers have wreaked havoc on a PC. I normally boot into... I am not sure what is causing this issue, nor do I know how to look for the advanced details request to provide the systems Specs, or else I would have