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Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 2057
Additional information about the problem:
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
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are you running an ASUS MB with an OCZ by chance? i hada ton of issues on 2 recent upgrades and builds for people with major issues relating to that combo and a bunch of fiddling around to get them to play nice i ended up getting some crucial drives and no issues at all.
Ive just noticed a riduculous temp from my cpu the cores are idiling around 55 degrees c
and general use hitting high 60-70 degrees c
but im assuming this is a different matter?
I wouldn't be so quick to call it unrelated. Overheating can cause exactly the problems you are describing, and 50C at idle is a very unhealthy place to be. My CPU barely hits 50C during stress testing, and idles in the 30s.
To confirm, what do you mean by "general use?" Just web browsing? Your CPU shouldn't get anywhere near that hot unless you're hitting it really hard. I'd recommend getting Prime95 and running a stress test while you watch your temps. My guess is they're going to go a lot higher than you expect.
If the problem is indeed temperature related, you'll want to start by replacing the thermal paste and being sure you do a good job applying it. If that doesn't work, you'll need to start looking at replacing the CPU cooler.
Your problem could easily be caused by excessive CPU temperatures, you should sort out this problem first.
I'm always surprised by the people here who have obvious heat issues but refuse to believe it, this thread being one of the mildest cases. I remember one thread a couple months back where a guy was having blue screens and claimed his temps were fine. After unsuccessful troubleshooting he mentioned that his processor had been running in the high 80s for several months and had been shutting down randomly the whole time.
I'm guessing that guy probably knew he had a heat issue and had known for a while, but wanted to pin it on something else because he didn't want to admit he cooked his processor to death.