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    [Win7SP1] BSOD on freshly installed Windows.

    Every time there's a hard-to-repair BSOD I come here... please BSOD lords help me once again!

    This time the patient it's an All-In-One PC, which I just reinstalled win7 onto.
    All the latest drivers are installed and even with Microsft Security Essentials the BSOD appears from time to time (I installed AVG first, BSOD's came, now it's gone but BSOD's keep coming)
    Roadkill's BlueScreenView shows something related to storage and AV, but with MSE the problem continues.

    Here are the latest 3 dumps:minidump-AIOsordos.rar

    Previous ones where deleted when I installed Windows from scratch.

    Can anyone shed some light over this please?

    Thanks in advance!


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    Re: BSOD on freshly installed Win7 SP1

    While I was writing this post, the computer threw another BSOD, this time with kernel memory dump configured, so here it is:

    MEMORY.dmp

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    Re: BSOD on freshly installed Win7 SP1

    Hello,
    I suggest you run a test with Memtest86+ one RAM stick at a time, eight passes per stick. You may end the test sooner if it finds errors, but be sure to test it in different ports to eliminate the possibility of motherboard's RAM slots being at fault.
    I can see AutoKMS in one of your dumps. Is this a pirated copy of Windows?

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    Re: BSOD on freshly installed Win7 SP1

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    Hello,
    I suggest you run a test with Memtest86+...
    I already ran memtest for about 5 hours, sticks installed as they came (remember it's an AIO, I didn't disassemble it but I assume there's only 1 stick installed... it's low-end computer... will check it aynway).
    Yes it's a pirated copy, but before you say it, it has nothing to do with it. BSOD's began after first or second boot, when no cracks/patches were installed yet.
    AutoKMS is for [Removed to prevent others from doing the same], Windows is activated through the [Removed to prevent others from doing the same], which does not install any driver, service, or application.

    I hope uncle Bill and his fellows won't come around this post...
    Last edited by writhziden; 06-30-2017 at 09:32 AM.

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    Re: BSOD on freshly installed Win7 SP1

    I know it doesn't, I was just checking. If that were the reason, it wouldn't BSOD on a clean install.
    Is it a clean copy? I mean, the Windows iso that you used?

    Kindly download HD Tune and do the following:
    Take a screenshot of the Health tab and do the full Error scan (by full, I mean uncheck Quick).
    Take a screenshot and post back.

    Your kernel memory dump is also indicative of a RAM failure.

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    Re: BSOD on freshly installed Win7 SP1

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    I know it doesn't, I was just checking. If tha...
    Thanks for the quick response! Just checked, only one DIMM. Will check if I got another stick to test, it wouldn't be the first time memtest shows no errors with defective RAM (rare... but possible, been there).
    [Win7SP1] BSOD on freshly installed Windows.-hdtune_aiosordos-png

    Hdtune says disk is healthy... currently running the complete error check. I already ran chkdsk /r and found nothing wrong...

    3 more recent minidumps:minidumps2-AIOsordos.rar

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    Re: BSOD on freshly installed Win7 SP1

    OK.
    Let me know the results of the Error Scan and if that does not yield any results give Memtest86+ another shot, but test it properly, so for 8 passes, not five hours.

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    Re: BSOD on freshly installed Win7 SP1

    I'm afraid we do not condone piracy on these forums. Please install genuine versions of Windows and Office prior to seeking further help. /Closed
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