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Uh oh ....... BSOD

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Over the past 3 weeks I've been getting random BSOD's and now I seem to be getting them every time toward the end of a flight. It's happened on my last 3 flights. This is a first for me. My drivers are all up to date and temperatures are fine. I did 5 iterations of Memtest86 and my memory is fine. I'm stumped over what to check or do next. Any assistance is greatly welcomed and appreciated. I did copy the event file but I'm at work, so won't be able to post it until around noon EST.  I do remember seeing 'MEMORY_MANAGEMENT' toward the top of the blue screen, but like I said, memory test revealed no errors.

 

Todd

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OK, can you help me decipher this?  I'm not a computer savvy person when it comes to these things.

 

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OK, can you help me decipher this? I'm not a computer savvy person when it comes to these things.

Here's some suggestions for fixing BSOD's for Windows 7 (should work for Windows 8 too) - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/resolving-stop-blue-screen-errors-in-windows-7.

 

I would download and install a program that scans your computer for out of date drivers - https://www.google.com/#q=update+drivers. You have a lot of BSOD's and that's not normal. BSOD's are mostly caused by bad, outdated, or corrupt hardware drivers. What most of these programs do is search your computer for outdated drivers. If it finds any, it will tell you which drivers are needed. If you want the program to download and update the drivers for you, you will have to pay a small fee for a license. I use Driver Genius and use to use Driver Scanner. I like both programs. All should be very accurate as it is a very competitive business.

 

You should scan your system for missing or corrupted Windows files - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833.

 

You need to get BSOD's fixed as soon as possible as they indicate a serious problem with your computer. If you have any personal files, pictures, etc., I would back them up to another HDD if you have one available.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,

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