Built a system on May long weekend, only had HDD so installed OS on it. Hardware runs fine for a week. Then, bought Crucial M4 120GB SSD for OS, installed Win7 on it. Botched installing PCI driver link 8, tried multiple times but no avail, Intel program always gives error and does not install driver for it. (During original driver attempt I mistakenly removed DVD, and after restart the program could not find the location, and is stuck in unresolved loop).
Enabled driver verifier, BSOD cause in Windbg changes. Earlier it was always ntkrnlmp.exe, now even memory_corruption. Other than the above mentioned PCI driver, everything is updated (drivers, Windows, Microsoft security essentials, no virtual drive).
If I boot into HDD, I do not see any BSOD. So hardware (RAM) is good I think.
In SSD, it reboots anywhere between 5 minutes to few hours. SSD has TRM enabled, shows 100% health in Crystal Disk.
Attached is the BSOD reports, which have all the minidumps as well. The Verifier enabled dumps would be the June 24th dumps (only two of them, I forget time stamp). View attachment 894
· OS - Vista/ Windows 7 · x86 (32-bit) or x64 ? · What was original installed OS on system? None · Is the OS an OEM version (came pre-installed on system) or full retail version (YOU purchased it from retailer)? · Age of system (hardware) <1 month · Age of OS installation - have you re-installed the OS? <1 month · CPU Core i5-2400S (2nd Generation) · Video Card HD2000 integrated · MotherBoard Asus P8Z77 V LE · Power Supply - brand & wattage SeaSonic X650 Gold 650W
· System Manufacturer · Exact model number (if laptop, check label on bottom)