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Constant BSOD after Driver Verifier

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  • Drivers
  • Blue Screen
  • Quad Core
  • Windows 7
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February 11, 2011 12:21:25 AM

Hey guys, I wanted to seek anyone's help with a BSOD problem.

I have a self built PC:
Q6600 quad core 2.4 OC'd to 3.0
4GB corsair gaming ram
ATI XFXHD5850 1GB

I first noticed two random BSOD a ffew days ago, but after restart everything worked fine for a long time



http://www.flickr.com/photos/55984426@N07/5434604109/

The initial BSOD was
bug check string : PFN_LIST_CORRUPT
bug check code: 0x0000004e
par 1 00000000`00000007
par 2 00000000`000b9eea
par 3 00000000`00000001
par 4 00000000`00000000
caused by driver ntoskrnl.exe
ntoskrnl.exe+70740
NT Kernel & System

I did some research and was told to run driver verifier, seeing how it was a windows tool, i thought it would be reversed if things dont work...so i ran it...then with every restart...I get a BSOD after 5 to ten minutes of work. I deleted driver verifier settings, but still no luck...now it runs this BSOD



http://www.flickr.com/photos/55984426@N07/5435215418/

basically the same info except it said AODDriver2.sys caused it


so AOD I assume is AMD over drive...which I uninstalled, and completely cleaned it out of the pc...yet i still get BSOD
and I dont know how to fix the ntoskrnl.exe issue...I have my windows 7 cd...but I cant get it to do a windows recovery since it bsod's in windows, and am clueless as to how to write commands in cmd to extract the file from the CD....

I did a eurosoft Hardware stress tests...for 8 hours testing all, they all passed. I swapped out the ram...still BSODs

I am almost giving up, this is frustrating. I really need my dekstop to continue working on my college projects...please.

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February 11, 2011 9:56:10 PM

try windows repair at boot up,on cd first
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February 11, 2011 11:30:22 PM

Are you overclocking your computer? It appears that you have AMD overdrive running on your computer, I would suggest that you uninstall this software.
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February 11, 2011 11:30:46 PM

Are you overclocking your computer? It appears that you have AMD overdrive running on your computer, I would suggest that you uninstall this software.
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