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Windows7 Crashing

Posted on 2011-02-27
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Hi,

I am using a Desktop with Windows 7.

The configuration is as follows

 I3 processor, 8GB RAM, Intel board with 1TB HDD, 24inch Dell LED Monitor with 320 GB  Lacie Ext Firewire HDD connected.

My Widdows 7 is crashing very frequently now a days.

I have attached the Screen shot and error logs

Request experts to provide a solution.

Thanks,
Rishi

 Win7CrashErrorScreen Win7CrashError.txt
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One fairly common cause for this is driver issues. Try removing your firewire HD for a bit and also try updating remaining drivers.  Also, run cmd.exe with Run as Administrator and in the command prompt, run SFC /SCANNOW. Restart when that has finished and leave your firewire drive disonnected. ... Thinkpads_User
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I have found that the blue screen errors (CoreDump) are due to over heat and I have changed my Tower with an Airy model.

But the info thinkpads_user provided was also useful.

Thanks,
Rishi
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Thank you and thanks for the update. I was pleased to assist. ... Thinkpads_User
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