New member here! I have been to this site many times before and could fix my issues based on older posts, but this one has me totally stumped. I'm hoping you all can help me out.
Attached is a speccy snapshot of my system, as well as a simple Bluescreenview of the most recent dump.
Alrighty, so here's the story. I recently decided to change antivirus from AVG to Microsoft Security Essentials. I handle many PCs (about 10) for family and friends, so I did the same thing to each computer. While I was at it I updated drivers, defragged, clean out junk, etc. One computer has been giving me fits. Beforehand it was totally stable, so I know my recent changes are what ruined things. Approximately halfway through uninstalling AVG, I got a BSOD. Since then it has been incredibly unstable, blue screening at fairly consistent intervals. It will occassionally stay running for a few hours, but typically crashes after half an hour. I unfortunately didn't think to check any of the original dump files, nor did I get a chance to see the BSOD error before it rebooted. I've pretty much exhausted all of my options short of a format. I'm trying to avoid that, but I'm on the edge.
Things I've tried to fix it:
-Uninstall AVG and use the official AVG remover
-Remove all antivirus
-System restore to before the meltdown
-Reinstall latest GPU drivers
-Downgrade to known stable GPU drivers
-Run Memtest multiple times (all pass)
-Reseat all memory
-Scan with MSE and Malwarebytes
-Check harddrive for errors or bad sectors
-Replace HDD SATA cable
-Run SFC /scannow (no errors)
-Install an inplace upgrade of Windows 7
And that brings us to present. I'm hoping the wonderful folks here at BC can help. Thanks in advance!
Edited by kid.lazer, 11 January 2015 - 12:15 AM.