Blue Screen help!!

hey!
for like 1 moth agon i build my new pc.. and i have had no problem until now.. the problem is that I suddenly get blue screen. it have happen 3 times and i dont know whats wrong, the pc works fine and all.

* The first time it happend was a week agon , when i was playing bc2 without any problems.

* the secound time yeasterday while i was playing gta IV

* and the last time "some min agon" when i was surffing on the internet (facebook and stuff)

plz help me !

my system is:

* motherboard: asus x58 sabertooth
* gpu: xfx radeon 6870
* cpu: intel quad core i7 950
* ram 8gb
* OS: Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
i realy dont think its my system but just in case u ask.
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  1. no one??

    edit: btw on bluescreen view it says: dump file: 091111-22401-01.dmp
  2. Is you cpu oc? How is your temps? I would try to run prime95 and see if it bsod. Maybe it's over heating. I also wonder what psu you have.
  3. christop said:
    Is you cpu oc? How is your temps? I would try to run prime95 and see if it bsod. Maybe it's over heating. I also wonder what psu you have.


    its not my cpu i think because (in game) the temps are around 50 -55 and when i'm not 35 -40. my psu is 850 watt so has nothing to do with the psu. i reinstalled all drivers but today it happend agin!
  4. What is it saying on BSOD, the error code...
  5. nikorr said:
    What is it saying on BSOD, the error code...


    bug check string: SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED

    bug check code: 0x1000007e

    caused by driver: dxgmms1.sys

    dump file : 091711-20529-01.dmp


    but it is random from time to time
    ..
  6. Run the built-in Memory Diagnostic or Memtest.
  7. I would run http://www.memtest86.com/
    Then if that pulls up no errors it could be that your graphics drivers need to be updated. If it still happens after that I would monitor your CPU temps using a temperature monitoring program such as Speedfan and if your CPU is over 70 degrees you should be worried and anything over 90 degrees for the GPU is bad.
  8. mightymaxio said:
    I would run http://www.memtest86.com/
    Then if that pulls up no errors it could be that your graphics drivers need to be updated. If it still happens after that I would monitor your CPU temps using a temperature monitoring program such as Speedfan and if your CPU is over 70 degrees you should be worried and anything over 90 degrees for the GPU is bad.



    i have checked my cpu temps and as told before it is like 48 - 55 (ingame) and normaly 40

    my gpu is 35 -40 normaly and ingame it is 40 - 60

    i have reinstalled the graphics drivers now and hope it will work, i will run a mem test aswell

    edit: and i had (before reinstall) the newst update on my graphics card
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