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Windows blue screens everynight

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February 19, 2013 3:07:34 PM

this happens everynight and it doesnt restart to the desktop it restarts to a black screen that says
"press any key to restart" or something a long those lines. i press any key and it restarts just fine and works all day but only at night does in bsod.

heres the codes
0xf4
0x3
0xfffffa80140d2e10
0xfffff80003589470
nrkrnlmp.exe
February 20, 2013 12:03:29 AM

I google search ntkrnlmp.exe, and many users have been having your problem.

They seem to point to a RAM issue. Try putting 1 stick of ram each time. And are you mix and matching your ram?

See if one of them causes a problem.

Quote me, if you want a reply from me.
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February 20, 2013 2:10:08 AM

check that the mb bios is up to date...also see if there a lot of devices on that wall outlet. could be over loaded and at night the power out of the outlet is bouncing up and down...
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February 20, 2013 5:09:29 AM

A 0xF4 BSOD is often hard drive/SSD related, check/renew the SATA connections/cables and ensure the drive firmware is up to date.

The timing is interesting though, I wonder if this is related to power-saving features? Some nearby domestic appliance causing interference while switching on/off?

Checking the System logs in Windows Management may give some clues.

Troubleshooting a problem like this is difficult n this forum, there's a lot of data that needs to be collected, uploaded and analysed, you may be better taking it to a specialist forum like Sysnative.com.
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February 20, 2013 6:07:48 AM

full hardware tests seriously

diag 101 first rule
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February 20, 2013 1:41:47 PM

Yeah I have been busy lately so sorry for the late reply but it's just really weird that it asks for me to press any key to restart. That makes me suspect my ssd not being recognize. I'm going to check that out first then ill run memtest on my ram. My ram is not mixed and I have reset to default bios. I think it might be gpu related though cause my gpu driver has been crashing and recovering lately.

I'll post back when I get this testing done. Thanks for the input guys. You have given me some good ideas.
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