Hello, I've just recently started having issues with this BSOD as of today. Here are the details as windows boots up and notifies me of the error.
The error is as follows:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Additional information about the problem:
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
I've run through a small checklist so far on what might be causing this. It's a custom built PC, my third one, I'm positive all my drivers are up to date and are correct. I've run a checkdsk as prompted by microsoft. I'm going to be running a memtest for my RAM after this post, will keep it posted as I've got other PCs. I've checked possible causes and looked at recently installed programs, nothing in the past three days, and I'm a heavy daily user of my PC, I doubt it's any program installed if the problem just appeared a few hours ago and has happened twice, in a two hour interval.
Case 1: Browsing the store in League of Legends, Adobe Air crashed and when I cancelled, it caused the BSOD.
Case 2: Started playing Skyrim, the instant I clicked continue on my screen it blue-screened.
I'll be posting my computer specs as well as posting the two minidumps that were created as a result of the blue-screens. I'm seeking a solution to this problem if possible.
MB: Gigabyte 970A-UD3 (BIOS Revision F6)
CPU: AMD FX 8120 @3.1GHz
RAM: 16GB Kingston HyperX (1600 default) 4x4GB (Would give more info, however I cannot find the case)
VGA: Gigabyte HD 7970 (GV-r797D5-3GD-B)
Storage as follows: OS on SSD
SSD: Samsung 830 Series 128GB (OS w/ updates installed and Battlefield 3 installed only)
HDD: Seagate 1TB 7200rpm SATA HDD - (ST1000DM003)
Not so much a pressing issue at the moment as it seems like I have fixed it, did a variety of things.
However I'm just bumping for a more in depth answer as to why this has happened. Any help or insight would be much appreciated it my mini dumps could be analyzed. I see the driver that is claimed to be the cause both times, I would just like some clarifications as I know that there may be an issue below that.