Windows 7 doesn't install the motherboard/chipset, video, audio, ethernet, wireless, or most other drivers for the system.. When I see such errors, I visit the device manufacturer's website and once again download the most recent driver for each device.
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I recently built a computer with the following components and installed Windows 7.
Motherboard - ASUS 4A78T-E
CPU - AMD Phenom II x2 555
RAM - OCZ DDR3 1333MHz Gold Edition, 2x2048Mb (OCZ3G1333LV4GK)
HD - Westen Digital 500GB (WD59991AALS)
DVD Drive - Samsung SH-S223C/BEBE
Video Card - ASUS EAH5750
Power Supply - 500W OCZ500SXS2
I have been having issues with the BSOD, citing such problems as"Bad Pool Header" and "System Service Exception". These errors happen within ten minutes of booting up, and if they did not occur, the computer would run fine, though this was the case a couple days ago. Today things seem worse, and the BSOD is happening within 3-5 minutes. Safe mode is fine, though Safe mode with networking also brings the BSOD. I have all the most up-to-date drivers installed. I am not too sure where to go from here. I am thinking of just breaking everything down, and building from the ground up again. I have done two test, one of the hard drive and the other on the RAM. I think I can rule out a bad HD or RAM. Any advice would be much appreciated.