It's been four straight days and I haven't managed to cure my computer from this curse. Every 40-60 minutes, my computer will freeze and continue until I hard boot my computer. I've done everything I could.
My attempts to fix the problem are:
- Clean registry
- Scan for malware/viruses with MalwareBytes, HitmanPro, Norton Antivirus and SUPERAntiSpyware but everything came up clean
- Checked my RAM with memtest86+
- Did chkdsk /r and it came out clean
- Did sfc /scannow and found corrupt files BUT I found out that it was just simply the Sample audio, video and pictures deleted from winsxs @ C:/Windows/winsxs
I even booted into safe mode and it crashed on me, which made me wonder if it's my SSD so I installed Windows 7 on another hard drive I had hooked up which I use for recording videos and Windows 7 worked fine for hours.
I've gotten BSoDs throughout these four days at least 12 times but it always fails to create a dump which means I cannot diagnose the problem with BlueScreenViewer.
During the crashes, I've had Resource Monitor running in the background and how I can tell when my computer is about to freeze is when all of my programs such as Firefox or Google Chrome stop responding and I see the CPU usage, Disk, Network and Memory all drop to nothing but 0%.
I'm wondering if it's my SSD or just simply one of the Windows Updates or Nvidia Drivers that are causing the problem.
I've made a decision that I won't be re-installing Windows 7 because it's a pain to do so but if it's 100% impossible to fix the issue, I guess I'll have no choice but to do so, but that's the very last thing I want to do to get this fixed.
Please help me out, I haven't gotten much sleep since my computer keeps crashing.
Edited by Accurian, 21 January 2014 - 02:12 AM.