I got a new asus computer a few months ago, and from Day 1, bluescreen. It bluescreens about once every day. It is random, I cant do anything to induce the error. I thought it was software, so I didnt report it to asus right away. I ran memtest several times, with no errors. I updated every driver I could think of including the bios. Well it eventually started bluescreening so much, I sent it in. Asus replaced the motherboard, and it is still bluescreening.
These are the bluescreen errors I have gotten:
I uploaded most of the dmp files I have. I can upload the rest if you want them.
I have only gotten the KERNAL MODE TRAP error since I got the computer back with the replaced motherboard, but it is only day 3.
I have no idea what is going on with this machine. It's not overheating. Nothing. Just bam! done. Thanks for your help in advance.
To add to the mayhem, my computer doesnt like booting out of hibernate mode anymore. Idk what the deal is with that. I have all kinds of weird stuff going on. I am fairly knowledgeable about computers, but this has had me completely stumped.
I have Windows 7 64 bit, 4GB DDR3, I5 Processor 2.26GHZ, nvidiaGT325M Cuda w/ 1GB Deticated RAM, as well as an integrated graphics card w/ ASUS' optimus powersaver graphics functions
I see in your stickied topic, and on some of your posts you recommend uninstalling some AV's what do you recommend as an AV? Do I even need an AV on win7 with the new admin permissions? I am still pretty new to Win7 I guess....been using it on and off for ~8months. I think I still like XP in a lot of ways though. I wish my old HP w/ XP didnt die That thing was old but a beast. HP DV8000t It's in lappy heaven now