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    which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?

    Hi,
    In two days of my windows session, i got about 4 different types of bsod, warning that if it is first occasion, leave it , otherwise, attend to it seriously.
    bsod are stop errors, when window closes to secure itself from exceptional error messages.
    I think, the most referred hardwares in computers are cpu,motherboard, ram,smp,hard disk and cd drive.
    It is new to me that i come across this bsod message. I referred articles, but it is too technical.
    I just got 4 different type of bsods , in the last two days .
    I want to know, which hardware , i have to look in to fix those errors.
    I once got page error on non paged area , and found that it is do with Ram.
    Which part of the error would give a clue on the hardware part that causes this bsod. Is there any method of knowing, whether it has been fixed, once the hardware is either replaced or reseated? experts
    I have used nirsoft's bsod viewer to get those messages
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?-bsodone-jpg   which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?-bsodtwo-jpg   which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?-bsodthree-jpg   which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?-bsodfour-jpg  


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    Re: which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?

    Hello, please provide the info requested here: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions - Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 & Vista

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    Re: which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?

    You might need to remove that driver, WiseTDIFw.sys, from c:\windows, after you uninstalled wise system monitor (I can't remember if WSM uninstaller app removed the file on its own, but I think I had to remove it manually, after a system reboot).

    Wise System monitor
    could cause BSODs even when it's not working, due to that driver, WiseTDIFw.sys.
    I've already reported it to the wisecleaner team, but it seems the problem is difficult to find.
    I have uninstalled it on my system (well, my previous system, I didn't try it on the new one).
    Other wisecleaner products shouldn't cause BSODs (in my experience).

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    Re: which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?

    Quote Originally Posted by jraju View Post
    ... I think, the most referred hardwares in computers are cpu,motherboard, ram,smp,hard disk and cd drive.
    Also could be PSU or any other hardware part not named.

    BSODs can be caused by the failure of any hardware part.

    Quote Originally Posted by jraju View Post
    ... .I once got page error on non paged area , and found that it is do with Ram.
    That bugcheck is not always caused by bad RAM.

    Unfortunately, the kernel memory dumps produced at the time of a BSOD are incapable of telling us which piece of hardware has failed. Dumps are only good for figuring out software problems. The original purpose of Windbg was to help software (driver) developers figure out why their code is not working properly or to pinpoint the exact line of code that is causing a crash. Windbg assumed that the system's hardware functioned properly.

    A dump may point you to a certain piece of hardware. For example, you may get an disk I/O exception code as one of the parameters of a BSOD bugcheck. In that case, we recommend to test all hard drives as it is probable that there is a problem with a hard drive.

    In the case of RAM - a BSOD may be caused by bad RAM itself or by an underlying failing hardware part that causes RAM to improperly handle kernel code. In this case, the underlying hardware failure could be PSU, motherboard, wiring, any other piece of hardware that interacts with RAM. Also, either situation can result in the same bugcheck making it very difficult to figure out whether it is the RAM itself or another failing hardware part.

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    Re: which hardware caused bsod of different error messages?

    hi, Thanks for valuable informations. I already checked the memtest and there seems to be no problem. I also think that nirsoft captures the cause of the bsod, but what you see on screen, like stop error0x.... those part just vanishes from the screen within a flash of a second.
    The point on hard drive is a thing, that i missed to check. I will . But is the chkdsk and disk diagnostic tool of the manufacturer differ. If chkdsk /r is attempted, normally it should fix any probem with in the OS part of the problem, such as indexes, security descriptors and corruption in file format. Did the other check diagnostic tool also do the same, or is it physically verifying and fixing the problem in hardware? alone. I think little attention is given to the BSOD, as normally everybody just reinstall the windows instead of segregating the problem, whether it is due to defective ram, ram slot, mb etc. Is PSU power supply unit, i have given that as smp unit Is psu any different , please

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