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Troubleshooting a system crash

WER-61620-0.sysdata.xml   111721-37658-01.dmp   Running Windows 7 Professional 32-bit, the system has crashed twice.  I've uploaded the report files, and would appreciate guidance about troubleshooting.  I suspect the system hard drive, because it failed the Western Digital quick test, but I'd like confirmation whether that is a reasonable explanation.  I'd appreciate it if experts could focus on how to resolve the issue, with the existing operating system, rather than a discussion about its vulnerabilities.  I'm not going to replace Windows 7 just now. 

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Seth Simmons

8/22/2022 - Mon

Have you tried bluescreenview?

I'm not acquainted with bluescreenview, but I will look into it.  The drive passed its WDC Quick test, today, but it failed to pass it a couple of months ago.   Are you able to discern anything from the uploaded files?

Bluescreenview will provide you with an easily identifiable name for the error which can be directed to experts. It's free to download and use
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James Murphy

Thank you.  I'm running a surface scan on the drive, which looks like it will take hours.  I will post again when possible...
Seth Simmons

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