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Various BSoDs... But not in safe mode

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#1 joeldamole


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Posted 15 May 2014 - 01:56 PM

Hey so I was installing Windows 7 after getting a new i7 and motherboard and it blue screened. The second time, it was fine. However, it blue screened minutes after booting. It now does this almost every time. it does NOT crash on safe mode.


Running on integrated graphics does not help


Switching in different RAM hasn't helped. Running one stick at a time does not help. memtest finds no problems


Bought a new SSD and installed again, still blue screens


Got a different PSU and it still blue screens.


Could anyone tell me what the cause might be? I have DHL coming to take my motherboard away for RMA tomorrow but I don't want them to if they are going to find no fault and charge me a fee to bring it back!


It's an ASUS GRYPHON Z87 motherboard with the latest BIOS update. bluescreenview report attached.


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#2 joeldamole

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Posted 15 May 2014 - 02:01 PM

There was a badly formatted html table here, see attachment on OP instead.

Edited by joeldamole, 15 May 2014 - 02:03 PM.

#3 zingo156


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Posted 15 May 2014 - 02:34 PM

Those dumps point to a ram/memory issue, it could be incompatible ram or bad ram settings, the motherboard, cpu, or bad ram. Run memtest86: Download - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip)


Download and burn the file to a disc, then boot to the disc.


Unfortunately, there are not many ways to determine exactly what the cause is. If you have any overclocks remove them, reset the cmos (bios) settings to factory default.

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