BSOD On Windows 7 Pro

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BSOD On Windows 7 Pro

Postposted on Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:48 am


Currently i'm using Win 7 Pro machine, while I was just browsing the net I got a BSOD all of sudden.

I googled to see how to open the .dmp file that was created however i'm not successful even with Windows SDK

So my questions is, is there a way to open .dmp files with Windows SDK? Thanks

I'm using Intel x64 I7 CPU by the way. Thanks
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Re: BSOD On Windows 7 Pro

Postposted on Tue Jul 09, 2013 2:00 am

I used this in the past I would suggest to post your issue on Windows 7 forum as well.
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Re: BSOD On Windows 7 Pro

Postposted on Tue Jul 09, 2013 3:06 am

New build? Old build? Anything changed in the system config (hardware or software) lately?
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Re: BSOD On Windows 7 Pro

Postposted on Tue Jul 09, 2013 11:18 pm

You can open dump-files from WinDbg that's available in the WinSDK IIRC. You also need the correct symbol set for your installation and point windbg to look at that, otherwise it will make very Little sense. Even then, if the BSOD is tied to a driver that you dont have the symbols for, it will still not Always make that much sense. One thing to note is that is that it's not always the driver/etc that the BSOD information points to that is the main culprit, it could just as well be something else that for some reason disburbs/intersects with said driver in different ways.
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Re: BSOD On Windows 7 Pro

Postposted on Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:47 am

Are you overclocked at all? Did you look at temps?

Absent those, it's almost always bad hardware or drivers.
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