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November 28, 2011 1:46:08 PM

Hello everybody
First i hope i can find a solution here this want be easy as even two repair services were not able to help me,so its ok if you cant but i will try ,so here we go>

I have a good pc and im running on windows xp pro works like charm.
When i bought windows 7 home premium i was very happy but for short time.
Soon as i installed 7 1hr later first bsod 30 min later another one and it went like this for a week at least 2-3 bsod per day.
I went to the shop i made a war there and they give me another version.Reinstall with full format the same bsod i dont have those dump files but each time was another like memory,kernel etc it was like 15 separate massages all of another kind of issue.
Games were crashing even web browser will crash from time to time dosent matter google hrom,opera,IE.
Symply put my computer goes nuts with windows 7,xp runs perfect so here are the specs of my pc.

processor Icore 5@760 4x2.80ghz
Motherboard ASrock H55M-LE socket 1156
GPU nvidia gtx470 1GB
Power Radix 3 720W
Ram goodram 1333
HDD ST3500418AS-Barracuda 7200.12 SATA 3Gb/s 500GB Hard Drive
i dont use any dvd drive
So maybe you can come up with something but i think i will sell him with the xp and buy new one with 7.
And i bought this computer in other country so i cant go to replace it .
Please try to help me thank you

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November 28, 2011 1:53:44 PM

Hello everybody
First i hope i can find a solution here this want be easy as even two repair services were not able to help me,so its ok if you cant but i will try ,so here we go>

I have a good pc and im running on windows xp pro works like charm.
When i bought windows 7 home premium i was very happy but for short time.
Soon as i installed 7 1hr later first bsod 30 min later another one and it went like this for a week at least 2-3 bsod per day.
I went to the shop i made a war there and they give me another version.Reinstall with full format the same bsod i dont have those dump files but each time was another like memory,kernel etc it was like 15 separate massages all of another kind of issue.
Games were crashing even web browser will crash from time to time dosent matter google hrom,opera,IE.
Symply put my computer goes nuts with windows 7,xp runs perfect so here are the specs of my pc.

processor Icore 5@760 4x2.80ghz
Motherboard ASrock H55M-LE socket 1156
GPU nvidia gtx470 1GB
Power Radix 3 720W
Ram goodram 1333
HDD ST3500418AS-Barracuda 7200.12 SATA 3Gb/s 500GB Hard Drive
i dont use any dvd drive
So maybe you can come up with something but i think i will sell him with the xp and buy new one with 7.
And i bought this computer in other country so i cant go to replace it .
Please try to help me thank you
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November 28, 2011 2:04:00 PM

check for bios updates for your mobo and also run memtest and make sure your memory isn't having problems.
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November 28, 2011 2:06:12 PM

Getting a BSOD in windows without reporting the error code makes it near impossible for anyone to help you. It is possible, that the driver for a specific device worked great in XP, but the Win7 version is complete garbage.

Does it BSOD in safe mode?
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November 28, 2011 2:11:55 PM

I am willing to bet it is the graphics memory overheating randomly. I have seen very similar symptoms and this was the cause.

You can try to underclock( a lot) the graphics memory and turn the fan speed to 100%. if after doing this your system can remain stable it is most likely your issue.

Lots of these powerful cards have poor designs for cooling the RAM. Also they run them as fast as they can get away with. Makes for a difficult to diagnose problem as there are no sensors for the ram temp.
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November 28, 2011 2:16:21 PM

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    November 29, 2011 1:27:24 PM

    Without knowing the exact stop codes you get when you BSOD, its hard to pinpoint a cause.

    That being said, it seems a LOT of people here don't know how to debug properly either...

    Based on the fact you've reported that you see several different BSOD's, and at least one of them is memory related, and based on the fact that even browsing sets off a BSOD, I'm VERY tempted to call this a case of bad RAM. Run memtest86 for a few runs and report the results. Also, report the exact stop codes you are seeing.
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