E Ethew Member Joined May 19, 2014 Posts 18 May 19, 2014 #1 I've been getting lots of Blue Screens lately. They're mainly caused by Memory Management and happens at the same exception address. Needed info and files are below and attached. · OS: Windows 764-bit Home Premium · The original installed OS was the above. · It's an OEM refurbished PC bought at a local electronics store. I bought it in 2011. · Age of system (hardware): 2010/2011? · I have not re-installed the OS. · AMD Phenom II X4 840T · EVGA GTX 280 OC (but downclocked to reference speeds/values). I believe it's this one: https://www.evga.com/products/pdf/01G-P3-1282-AR.pdf · MotherBoard: N-Alvorix-RS880-uATX · Corsair 600W (because of the graphics card requirements) · System Manufacturer: HP · HP Pavilion p6774y Desktop Note about Perfmon report: Drive letter G is a backup drive and not the main drive. I do have an antivirus running and the report is misleading. The antivirus I have is BitDefender Free Edition. Note about possible cause: I talked with someone who works on kernel level code and they use WinDbg in their environment a lot and they said it's possibly due to a CPU timing issue. I had a chat with them on IRC and I can provide that log.