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BSOD 0x119 stop code in Windows 7 x64

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Old 26-05-2011
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BSOD 0x119 stop code in Windows 7 x64

I've made clean installation of Windows 7 x64 just now but i don't know what went wrong .While loading windows for the very first time, i came across BSOD 0x119 stop code after ‘preparing your desktop’ screen. Simply rebooting system had helped me out but since than i have faced same bsod several times, it appears at different intervals and while carrying different tasks. I am not able to make out the case of this issue, is there anyone who can help???

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Re: BSOD 0x119 stop code in Windows 7 x64

Just try updating chipset driver and video card driver to latest ones and see if you are able to get rid of that BSOD. I wanted to know if you had ran Windows Upgrade Advisor in order to test whether your system is compatible with Windows 7 x64 or not??? Just try out what ive suggested and let me know what ive asked for so that i can have better idea of the issue you are facing.
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Re: BSOD 0x119 stop code in Windows 7 x64

Yes i had ran Windows Upgrade Advisor before installing Windows 7 x64 and had made sure that my system is compatible with it.After your suggestion i have updated chipset driver and video card driver but that's not making any difference in my case. I still encounter same BSOD frequently on my system. Should i simply format my system drive and make clean installation of Windows 7 x64 again?? what will you suggest? will that be a better idea??
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Since you have started facing bsod after clean installation of Windows 7 x64, i guess there might be some kind of hardware issue in your system and not software. As far as further workaround is concerned i will suggest you to update bios, if that doesn't work than formatting your drive and making clean installation of Windows 7 x64 again will be a better idea for finding out if this issue is because of hardware of software, best of luck.
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