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I'm having continuous BSOD on my recently installed Windows 7, with a NVIDIA card. It worked well for the first 2 days but then I started to have BSOD. I've restored the system to before my installation of Windows Live and it seemed to work fine. However now, without any extra install besides the the normal updates, the Blue screens are back. I have had all of the Stop messages on the top on the BSOD output.
I run the memory diagnostics tool and somewhere close to the beggining it says "Hardware problems detected. Contact your computer manufacturer for a solution". Which I think is really a crummy message since it could at least tell me which memory has a problem: video, RAM, processor cache. So it's pretty useless unless I start gutting the system component per component.
 I would really appreciate some help on this.
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