Hello. I have a custom build Windows 7 64-bit. Been getting BSOD with increasing frequency at startup. Always able to reboot and start Windows just fine. After rebooting I get the following error message:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033
Additional information about the problem:
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
The BCCode (1000007e) is always the same. The BCP 1 code is sometimes the same. BCP 2,3,4 codes are always different.
I have done/checked the following since it started:
Installed latest MOBO BIOS
Installed latest video card driver
CCleaner: Ran Registry checker/cleaner: No issues
Installed all Windows Updates
Ran Windows "Auto Startup Repair": "Could not automatically repair"
Ran Windows "Check online for solution": "No solution found"
Ran Fixboot / FixMBR in command prompt: Didn't help
Ran short Windows Memory Checker and MemTest86 memory test: No issues
Ran PCWizard: All seemed fine
No "question marks" in Device Manager -- All devices show working properly and most recent drivers
Looked at "Dump files": couldn't make any sense of them
Windows Performance Monitor looks fine
Checked SSD for disk errors: None found
Looked around in BIOS - didn't change anything. All looked fine (as far as I could tell.
The getting worse bit could be due to a failing power supply causing memory errors. Other common causes for this error are using windows XP wireless drivers. Try disabling the wireless driver and see if this cures the problem. This error can also be caused by corrupt system files, try running as the administrator in the command prompt" SFC /scannow" If you find any errors then they are probably caused by faulty memory, and finally if possible try another power supply after you have tried the other things.