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January 14, 2014 9:08:45 PM

i got BSOD in windows 7 pro 32 bit can any one take a look in my dumb file and tell me what's the problem and if there is any fix for it ? thnx in advance http://sdrv.ms/1b1HeeJ

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January 15, 2014 5:16:32 AM

Anymore information like which antivirus you use, and specs of your machine and current video driver installed.
Two culprits from that dump are fltmgr.sys and ntkrnlpa.exe
How many times have you got this BSOD?
This BSOD could be literally anything, are you overclocking? when did this start happening? faulty ram, any drivers with a exclamation mark in device manager? etc..
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January 15, 2014 7:32:02 AM

CP IT and Media said:
Anymore information like which antivirus you use, and specs of your machine and current video driver installed.
Two culprits from that dump are fltmgr.sys and ntkrnlpa.exe
How many times have you got this BSOD?
This BSOD could be literally anything, are you overclocking? when did this start happening? faulty ram, any drivers with a exclamation mark in device manager? etc..


thank's for replying , my main board is GA-G41MT-S2P (rev. 1.3)
and i got pentium 4 processor @3.2Ghz , using microsoft security essentials
2GB Ram (i checked it for errors found none so does the HDD)
amd radeon hd 5450 1gb catalyst version :2013.0328.2218.38225 driver version 12.104.0.0
and no strange marks in device manager every driver is installed correctly
this BSOD first happened when i installed windows 8 every 4-5 hours it appeared so i clean installed windows 7 now is once a day or so , i didn't overclocked anything (in fact in windows 8 i once overclocked the cpu it was more stable but i had heat issues so i returned it to normal)
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January 15, 2014 7:45:39 AM

Use Memtest to test the RAM. Also use speedfan to check the temperatures.
let me know those results

amribrahem said:
CP IT and Media said:
Anymore information like which antivirus you use, and specs of your machine and current video driver installed.
Two culprits from that dump are fltmgr.sys and ntkrnlpa.exe
How many times have you got this BSOD?
This BSOD could be literally anything, are you overclocking? when did this start happening? faulty ram, any drivers with a exclamation mark in device manager? etc..


thank's for replying , my main board is GA-G41MT-S2P (rev. 1.3)
and i got pentium 4 processor @3.2Ghz , using microsoft security essentials
2GB Ram (i checked it for errors found none so does the HDD)
amd radeon hd 5450 1gb catalyst version :2013.0328.2218.38225 driver version 12.104.0.0
and no strange marks in device manager every driver is installed correctly
this BSOD first happened when i installed windows 8 every 4-5 hours it appeared so i clean installed windows 7 now is once a day or so , i didn't overclocked anything (in fact in windows 8 i once overclocked the cpu it was more stable but i had heat issues so i returned it to normal)


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January 15, 2014 8:52:04 AM

CP IT and Media said:
Use Memtest to test the RAM. Also use speedfan to check the temperatures.
let me know those results

amribrahem said:
CP IT and Media said:
Anymore information like which antivirus you use, and specs of your machine and current video driver installed.
Two culprits from that dump are fltmgr.sys and ntkrnlpa.exe
How many times have you got this BSOD?
This BSOD could be literally anything, are you overclocking? when did this start happening? faulty ram, any drivers with a exclamation mark in device manager? etc..


thank's for replying , my main board is GA-G41MT-S2P (rev. 1.3)
and i got pentium 4 processor @3.2Ghz , using microsoft security essentials
2GB Ram (i checked it for errors found none so does the HDD)
amd radeon hd 5450 1gb catalyst version :2013.0328.2218.38225 driver version 12.104.0.0
and no strange marks in device manager every driver is installed correctly
this BSOD first happened when i installed windows 8 every 4-5 hours it appeared so i clean installed windows 7 now is once a day or so , i didn't overclocked anything (in fact in windows 8 i once overclocked the cpu it was more stable but i had heat issues so i returned it to normal)



i will run the test and update you with the results , my fan rpm is around 2800 and temp never exceeds 30c when idle or 70c at 100% , another thing i transfered all my components except ram into my older mother board which have 2 GB ddr2 ram but this BSOD never happened i guess i have to change my DDR3 ram to be sure it was the problem
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January 15, 2014 3:59:11 PM

memtest86 came clean 0_o
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January 15, 2014 4:39:53 PM

In that case, just check on the bios if the voltages seem fine. Also please check if the CPU is on the cpu compatibility list for your motherboard. Try using the onboard motherboard graphics to see if you still get the error (remove graphics card). Also reset default settings for your BIOS just incase there are some adjustments.


amribrahem said:
CP IT and Media said:
Use Memtest to test the RAM. Also use speedfan to check the temperatures.
let me know those results

amribrahem said:
CP IT and Media said:
Anymore information like which antivirus you use, and specs of your machine and current video driver installed.
Two culprits from that dump are fltmgr.sys and ntkrnlpa.exe
How many times have you got this BSOD?
This BSOD could be literally anything, are you overclocking? when did this start happening? faulty ram, any drivers with a exclamation mark in device manager? etc..


thank's for replying , my main board is GA-G41MT-S2P (rev. 1.3)
and i got pentium 4 processor @3.2Ghz , using microsoft security essentials
2GB Ram (i checked it for errors found none so does the HDD)
amd radeon hd 5450 1gb catalyst version :2013.0328.2218.38225 driver version 12.104.0.0
and no strange marks in device manager every driver is installed correctly
this BSOD first happened when i installed windows 8 every 4-5 hours it appeared so i clean installed windows 7 now is once a day or so , i didn't overclocked anything (in fact in windows 8 i once overclocked the cpu it was more stable but i had heat issues so i returned it to normal)



i will run the test and update you with the results , my fan rpm is around 2800 and temp never exceeds 30c when idle or 70c at 100% , another thing i transfered all my components except ram into my older mother board which have 2 GB ddr2 ram but this BSOD never happened i guess i have to change my DDR3 ram to be sure it was the problem


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