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Computer Help / Re: Intermittent BSODs
« on: December 10, 2017, 11:43:53 AM »
From a Google on that error code, it points to a serious hardware problem.

See if updating all of the drivers will help.

The fact that it is intermittent tends to make it harder to nail down.

Does Event Viewer record any Errors for when you got/get these BSODs ?

  Latest Update:  my computer now WILL NOT boot up normally WITHOUT using my Windows Startup Repair Disk (DVD-R).  It WILL restart, but when I shut it down for the night & try to start normally the next morning, it won't.   Sometimes will not go into the very first screen & sometimes would go all the way to the desk top, which I see nothing there.  I call it  digital freeze, like a TV set would show when reception is bad using a roof top antenna.
  I can attach screen shots of event viewer if I knew what to look for.  Any help on that, please would be appreciated.

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Computer Help / Re: Intermittent BSODs
« on: December 03, 2017, 10:31:10 AM »
  Hi- yes, I did run the upgrade advisor before & after upgrading.  It was compatible, but whether he did it like he was suppose to, I don't know.  Probably not. 
  Here is an attachment (2) of my Event Viewer showing the BSOD problem.  First one shows all critical events & the other is from the latest event that shows the properties.  All other event properties are the same except for the date of the event.
 

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Computer Help / Re: Intermittent BSODs
« on: December 03, 2017, 08:16:25 AM »
  I have ATI Radeon X1200 series graphics drivers and I do have Realtek audio. 
  Attached is a screenshot of my Crash Dump Files.  Does that tell you anything about the BSOD's?   
  I will check out the above reply from you & see what I can find out.
Thank you

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Computer Help / Re: Intermittent BSODs
« on: December 03, 2017, 06:52:35 AM »
I did not upgrade computer, but I do not think he updated any device drivers.
No, have not downloaded Blue Screen View yet.  I would like to start with CCleaner first.
I can get into all the MiniDump files on computer, but when I open any of them with Notepad, Microsoft Office, etc., I am seeing which looks like it is all encrypted.  How would I be able to decrypt or decipher so I can read it?  I believe that would tell me something about the BSOD's.

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Computer Help / Re: Intermittent BSODs
« on: December 03, 2017, 06:21:41 AM »
  Yes, it started when computer was UPGRADED from Vista to Win 7 back on 4/11/2017. BSOD's are happening more frequent now.
  Yes, I get different STOP Error codes: Ox000000C5, Ox00000001, Ox0000008E, Ox0000007E and others.
  I do have CCleaner installed.  How do I use that in order to find out anything about my BSOD's?

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Computer Help / Intermittent BSODs
« on: December 02, 2017, 07:00:39 PM »
Does the free edition of Tweaking.com have the capability to repair corrupt driver devices in a Windows 7 personal computer?  I have a BSOD (blue screen of death) intermittent problem only at boot up.

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