davconNov 4, 2010, 11:11 AM Worst case scenario you could have a bad memory controller on your cpu.Had the exact same random bsod's on my 860 for a month of frustation.Rma'd BlueScreenView tries to locate the right driver or module that caused the blue screen by looking inside the crash stack. I suggest uninstalling it, and see what happens. Get our daily newsletter Go Why you should start using Google Keep right away Services like Keep, Evernote and Microsoft OneNote are often called "note-taking apps." But they've... Check This Out
Allows you to view a blue screen which is very similar to the one that Windows displayed during the crash. It's only been happening in the last few months. Note: If you're not able to perform the above steps because the Blue Screen keeps happening, try booting in Safe Mode first. Continue to site » Trending: Hands on: Apple's AirPods are 'magical' Tech Forecast 2017: IT sharpens its focus Newsletters Resources/White Papers Search computerworld Sign In | Register Hi!
However, while you will have a minidump for every event, only the last kernel dump will be saved.Configure WinDbgLaunching the debugger: To launch WinDbg select the following:Start | All Programs | But there is a flip side: When a program causes a problem, the operating system knows only the hex address at which the problem occurred. Lee(Wave) 04/02/20151.55 Latvian Nizaury 15/01/20121.45 PolishWojciech Sabaj 25/06/20121.45 PolishTomasz Janiszewski 04/08/20091.00 Romanian Jaff (Oprea Nicolae) 18/07/20131.52 RussianDmitry Posunko && Dm.Yerokhin 21/01/20161.55 Simplified ChineseCuiPlaY 14/03/20131.47 Simplified Chinese EaiLFly 28/01/20121.45 Simplified ChineseEdison Chen How to solve Windows 8 crashes in less than a minute How to solve Windows 8 crashes Video Review: Skype for Business pros & cons (video)