I hope this post is in proper place/form. I have been experiencing some BSOD recently. I originally thought that these were related to a game I was playing on Vista (Darksiders), as I would only get crashed while playing that game. Since then, however, I noticed at least one crash while NOT playing that game. Since my system had been around about a year, I decided to reformat and install Windows 7. Since then, the crashes have continued.
Most concerning is that they have recently been happening while doing nothing particularly taxing on the system. The last couple of times, I have simply had my web browsers open, a word document for homework, and a livestream in a web page going.
I have followed a guide to using the Windows debugging tools to analyze my memory dump, which I have pasted below in the spoiler.
My system specs are as follows:
Windows 7 Enterprise
Intel Core i7 920, overclocked since installation to 4.0 GHz
6GB DDR3 memory, also overclocked (to rated speeds for the memory) due to system overclock
I reformatted and reinstalled this system approximately 1 week ago, at which time all drivers were current. My overclock has been in place since I built this system over a year ago, with no problems appearing until the last month.
Of possible note: for streaming purposes, I installed Virtual Audio Cable, which has an unsigned driver. Because of this my windows is running with test driver mode enabled. However, the initial problems with crashes during the game in Vista, occurred prior to installation of VAC. (not sure if the first crashes in the game are related to my current crashing issues)
Any insight or suggestions would be welcome!