AMD 64 x2 Processor
In this past year, everytime I do something that requires a lot of work from the computer (eg gaming, converting DVDs) my computer would ALWAYS crash without lasting an hour... giving me a BSOD that says something along the lines of: Physical memory dump...
I have had this computer for 2 years and my first year was completely fine, no matter how much work load i put my computer under.
I have tried formatting my computer and switching from windows XP to vista... and it was solved for about a month and it came back again. Then I began to think it was my graphic card overheating... so i turn up all my case fans (antec 900) to max. Again i could play games no problem. Then about a month or so later, it starts happening again. Finally, I use rivatuner and make my graphic card fan speed 100% when i game and convert videos; once again problem solved. However, now with my windows vista, case fans maxed, and graphic card fan running at 100%, my computer still crashes (it wouldn't even last half an hour)
*side note: I doubt this has anything to do with this, but my sound card is kinda messed. It would suddenly give me extremely loud static, or it just wont give me sound after a period of time and i have to restart my comp. Furthermore, the sound sometimes always stutters and pops just before my computer freezes and crashes. I'm not asking for this problem to be solved, but I'm just saying this to see if it has anything to do with he BSOD (maybe my sound card? >_>)
I ran BlueScreenView and went EDIT>SELECT ALL>SAVE
and I have attached it, if it is of any help.
Thanks in advance!