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Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

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Old 07-06-2011
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Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

As the title suggesting itself what i am wanted to ask over here. Well i have installed Windows 7 x64 on the computer of mine. i am getting frequent BSOD on the computer from past couple of days. I have figure out that the BSOD is associated with error code 1000007e. however i am unable to figure out why it is occurring on the computer of mine. Any help on this particular matter would be highly appreciated. Thanks a lot in advance.

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Re: Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

It is really difficult to find out why this particular issue is occurring on the computer of yours. Let me about the hardware as well as software configuration of the computer of yours. do you have done any hardware or software changes on the computer? Can you tell me from when you are getting this particular issue. Do you have updated all the drivers and also for curiosity i want to which antivirus program do you have installed on the computer? Finally provide the minidump file of the BSOD which you are getting. Let me know the answers of the above mentioned question as early as possible.
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Re: Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

I am not sure but this particular issue would be associated with the RAM which you have installed on the computer. well you should download and install Memtest86 + on the USB drive. Make sure that you have made settings into BIOS which would boot the USB drive as a first boot drive. now you should restart the computer and testing would begin as soon as your computer boots. Once you have completed with the testing of the RAM you should provide the results of the same.
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Re: Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

Well looking at the matter which you have mentioned over here i am suspecting that the issue which you are facing is happening just because of the compatibility issue. I am suggesting that you should clean boot your computer. Well it would be helpful to find out whether the system process or service which is causing the problem. once you have found the service which is causing the issue you should disable the same on the computer of yours.
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Re: Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

There could be a corruption of the system file on the computer of yours. So i am suggesting that you should execute ?SFC/ SCANNOW? command on the computer without using the quotes. Well you should execute the command on the command prompt with the administrative privileges. This particular process might take several minute to accomplish so you need to wait till the process gets completed. After completing with the process you should restart the computer of yours.
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Re: Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

Do you having the such problem in recent past? If your answer is no then i recommend that you should perform a system restore on the computer. Well you should restore the computer to the restore point where you was not having the issue. The entire process of the system restore might be several minute longer so you need to wait till the entire process is completed. Well i am hoping that the system restore would be useful to fix the matter of yours.
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Re: Windows 7 x64: BSOD 1000007e

Let me know whether you have update the BIOS as well as necessary drivers on the system of yours. if your answer is no then i am suggesting that you should visit the official website of the motherboard manufacturer and you need to look for the latest version of the drivers and BIOS on the computer of yours. Well i am suggesting that you should download and install the same on the computer of yours. i am hoping that it would be useful to you.
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