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Bsod problem windows 10

Hello there. I have one terrible problem. My hardware is fine. I've check it from 2 different service stores. Now the thing is i have a lot of bsod. I have try Driver Verifier,3 different OS (7,8.1 and now windows 10)my drivers is up to date with driver booster 2.4. Bsod and O(orange)sod is system service exception 0x3b 0xC00000005 ntoskrnl and some times is random. plz help me.I've done many format but the problem is always there

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For me I have yet to use Driver Booster.

Or the others. I keep on using the old fashioned methods of a clean install routine. That is, wipe drive to start with blank, no-partition HDD then install the OS. Now I may install motherboard, audio, video, WiFi, LAN and apps specific to the machine and if the hardware is good, it does not BSOD.
Bob

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Re: BSOD

Two probable reasons:
1. Bad driver
2. Bad RAM

http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/360494-bsod-g73jh-ntoskrnl-exe-nt-0x75bc0-bcc-0x3b-0xc0000005.html tells about memtest86. No need to go to a shop for that. You can easily do it yourself.

If different OS'es with different drivers (each OS with its own drivers from the manufacturers site) do the same, that makes a driver issue somewhat unlikely. Don't trust any driver checker, downloader, updater or verifyer; download them yourself from the maker.

What's the history of this machine? If it used to be OK in the beginning, go back to factory conditions. If it never was OK, it is (or was, if you're too late) a warranty issue.

Kees

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Re:kees

the weird is two different service stores said the pc is ok without hardware problem.
and bad driver?without driver i have bsod, with only dvds and windows updates i have bsod with driver update programs i have bsod...................

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There's your clue.

"i have bsod with driver update programs i have bsod."

You've proven again why I don't use those update programs and do the installs the old fashioned way.

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Re: bsod's

If you have BSOD's right after installing Windows from the original Windows and driver discs and that didn't happen when you did that the first time some years ago, you can be sure it's a hardware issue. My guess: RAM. Run memtest for 8 passes, as advised in the link I gave above.

Kees

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