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    Hi Satrow,
    Antivirus was removed..mem checks done ok. Reckon a faulty system service seems a good bet..wonder which one though...?
    Had tried a different video card as well...
    Safe mode of course keeps running fine...

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    Can you try to re-run the BSOD collection routine again from Safe Mode, the resulting logs should now contain some repetition that might help pinpoint the problem. http://www.sysnative.com/forums/bsod...8-7-vista.html

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    Update

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    Herewith..managed to do it in normal windows this time
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    Hi Satrow
    Have you had time to analyse these files?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimboba View Post
    Hi Satrow,
    Antivirus was removed..mem checks done ok. Reckon a faulty system service seems a good bet..wonder which one though...?
    If the BSOD flashes on your screen too fast for you to read it, go into Safe Mode, click Start then right-click Computer then left-click Properties. On the left side under "Control Panel Home" click "Advanced system settings". Under the "Startup and Recovery" section in the lower part click "Settings". In the "Startup and Recovery" settings dialog untick "Automatically restart", then click "OK". Close all windows back to your Desktop then restart into Normal Mode. The next time you see the BSOD it will stay on the screen so you can read what it says (probably PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA).

    In my experience with the kind of BSOD (GPF) errors you are getting the first thing to do is test the RAM for errors, which you seem to have done. The second thing is to run a repair scan on your Windows partition.

    Open an elevated Command Prompt window (Start/Search type "cmd" (no quotes), right-click "cmd" at the top of the list of results, left-click "Run as Administrator". At the Command Prompt type:

    chkdsk c: /r

    then press Enter. A message should appear in the Command Prompt window asking you to restart your computer; go ahead and do so and the chkdsk scan should run as Windows begins to start back up. The scan will check for, and attempt to repair, any problems with the NTFS filesystem.

    You can troubleshoot services using msconfig (Start/Search type msconfig then right-click it in the results list, left-click "Run as Administrator"). Under the "Services" tab place a tick in the "Hide all Microsoft services" then untick any services you think could be causing the problem, then click "Apply". After you click "OK" you will be prompted to restart the computer, go ahead and restart. You might have to repeat this msconfig method several times to identify which, if any, service is causing the BSOD.
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