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#1 willrpike


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Posted 11 March 2014 - 10:54 PM

Hi all, 


I'm having a super annoying problem. When I turn off my computer and turn it back on (note: not when I restart it) it BSoD. It will restart after the BSoD and come to life like everything is fine. I would still like to be proactive and fix the issue. 


Just some information I added the SSD last weekend and did a clean install. I have run the chkdsk /r (for both drives) and checked each of the rams (is that the right way to say it) by pulling them out and turning computer back on. 


Based on the other forum posts it looks like you guys want the mini tool box log, the minidumps zipped up and the Speccy report. I have included all of these things.





Please let me know if you require additional information, I appreciate all the help, thank you!



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#2 Anshad Edavana

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 12:00 AM

:welcome: to the forum mate.


Unfortunately the "Minidump" zip you uploaded seems to be empty. Make sure to disable "User Account Control" and then copy all the crash dumps to a temporary location. Then use 7-zip to create a zip archive ( this will considerably reduce the size ) and upload with next reply.



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