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Random crash...processor core issue¿


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#1 Thaumaturge Jay

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 12:29 PM

Okay so Windows 7 64 bit system...has started acting weird (odd freezes, shuts down, etc) tried to run Malwarebytes and this causes system to crash. Checking event viewer shows a "processor core" error. Tried running jv16 to clean up some registry issues (there weren't many, like 11 registry issues) but that seemed to work fine.

System is still crashing and I can't figure out why, not getting a BSOD report just shuts down, I've left it running without doing anything and it has been on for 20+ minutes. However, if I try to do Windows update, or Malwarebytes etc it crashes almost immediately. I'm stumped anyone with any guesses or help would be GREATLY appreciated.

I'm going to post a couple pictures, if I can of the error report in event viewer...If you cannot read the details of the attached image I can post them separately.

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Edited by Thaumaturge Jay, 14 October 2012 - 12:31 PM.


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