troubleshooting Question

Windows 7 BSOD's

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Hi EE,


I am hoping you can help me with a problem.
We have a cusotmer's PC on the bench that has been BSODing very randomly for the past ...well 6 months probably.

I am unable to determine the cause of the BSODs as we never see them on the bench.

Like many customer's computers there is always lots to do at first and never really sure when or if it is solved.

Attached is the minidump files I am hoping someone can scan those and give me some inclination into some files that may be causing these issues.

As always, I've tested the hardware thoroughly and come up with nothing. But that is not to say there isn't something wrong.

This configuration is a big wonky:
 The customer has an OS Drive partitioned into 2
Scratch drive partitioned into 2
RAID 1 Data drive

Let me know if you need anything more.


Thank you,

Micro-Vision
miinidump.zip
msinfo32.txt
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