Be nice to get to the bottom of it though just to eliminate the problem and certainly put my mind at rest. For the first time, it threw a BSOD and I figured it was some kind of malware that google chrome is susceptible to. cleaner my 'live update logs' were missing the last 5 days entries. Install DriveGLEAM to continuously check the cpu usage in the Notification Area. have a peek here
I lost some data, but I can live with that - it is a gaming machine afterall. There has to be something somewhere on this pc of mine that is causing this. Brummie crisoco8722 Super Spyware Scolder8 Reg: 14-May-2009 Posts: 198 Solutions: 4 Kudos: 18 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). Help Please!
But can run OCCT for 12hrs+, No BSODHi guys I am faced with this extremely frustrating problem for 5 days already Problem: PC Hangs after 2hours. nano , less) manage to leave no content in terminal-emulators after exit? If the BSODs continue then you will need to enable driver verifier Driver Verifier - Enable and Disable Please also upload a full report http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...tructions.html ...Summary of the dumps: Code: Built
Help Please! It was so invasive!I hope that the links you provided for Carlos can identify what the problem is in your case. Set Resume Delay to 20 minutes. You can either download the pre-compiled ISO that you would burn to a CD and then boot from the CD, or you can download the auto-installer for the USB key.
Brummie crisoco8722 Super Spyware Scolder8 Reg: 14-May-2009 Posts: 198 Solutions: 4 Kudos: 18 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). However when running stress programs, PC can run up to 12hrs++ without hanging i7 2600K ASUS Sabertooth P67 Corsair Vengence 2x4GB 1600mhz Sapphire... It did contain two folders, one with the dump files and the other was system information. http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-debugging/225167-random-bsod-problems-need-help.html#post1887277 crisoco8722, I do think it is something else on my pc causing this as joelmartinezJan 14, 2011, 5:09 AM Safari is slow try Opera instead it's fast and secure graemevermeulenJan 14, 2011, 5:23 AM To be honest, I think all your hardware is fine!
Marking thread as solved. Though, I also go overboard on maintenance. The time now is 15:36. Posted: 20-Apr-2012 | 5:01AM • Permalink Hi crisoco8722, I think you misunderstood my earlier post, in that the chap from 'W7 Forums' suggested that the cause of my BSOD was Symantec,
My ATI drivers however where out of date and I've changed them countless times. brkkab123 Contributor4 Reg: 21-Jan-2012 Posts: 145 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 8 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). I would remove and replace it with Microsoft Security Essentials AT LEAST TO TEST" Now, I was wondering what is the best road to take here, been running Norton for a This now doesn't show the yellow alert triangle in 'Device manager' any more and just ran another system health check and indeed the flash message is now gone and showing a clean
Reinstalled drivers several times, as well as making sure all drivers are up to date. navigate here ASRock Z77 Extreme4 • Windows 7 Home x32 • Norton Internet Security 2012 • Firefox 22 • NoScript • Opera 12 • Site Advisor • Minimem • Sandboxie • Malwarebytes Free It could take anywher from 20 minutes to over 3 1/2 hours depending on the type of hard drive and the disk size. Set Enable Boot Time Protection to Normal (so that Norton can be placed in Quiet Mode at an early stage)8.
brkkab123 Contributor4 Reg: 21-Jan-2012 Posts: 145 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 8 Kudos1 Stats Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). I too belong to Windows 7 Forums and to be honest, they lost the true BSOD Expert they had in August 2010. After a couple of months, today I was using the computer normally, and left it idle for about 20 minutes to do something else. Check This Out D:\Sony high speed sata Dvd Rewriter Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2 panais View Public Profile Find More Posts by panais 14 Apr 2011 #3 PySoMaNiC Windows 7 Pro x64 4 posts
After all drivers are updated re-enable Norton. When I am actually USING the computer, it has thrown BSOD's before but only once in the past. Help Please!
If a problem is occurring during idle time then find out what it is and stop it from running (e.g. Carlos Linares | Sr SQA Analyst | Symantec Corporation brummie Rootkit Eradicator19 Reg: 20-Oct-2008 Posts: 525 Solutions: 6 Kudos: 54 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). It seems like the newer the parts the less tollerance they have for stuff not working the way they want. I do not think this is a problem, but it could be. (One of my next steps if the Hard Drive isn't the issue).
they will happen if I'm cooking dinner with my computer running in the other room, but it will usually not freeze if I leave it up all night. (I left it The sad thing is NIS has run like mint until I had these problems. Many thanks. this contact form However, I'm going to test to see if there are still crashes with it not plugged into the system. (All data on the HD is still there, and I haven't had
I really wonder if these anti-software are really worth our attention and money, if they are really not protecting. I've ran memtest86+ for 8 passes and found nothing. For example my ssd is done in about 3-5 minutes. brkkab123 Contributor4 Reg: 21-Jan-2012 Posts: 145 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 8 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum).
Computer Freezes and Requires Hard Restart While Playing Games solved Computer randomly freezes and requires hard restart solved Computer Freezes and Requires a Hard Restart Computer freezes occasionally and forces me I checked them all, but these were the only ones that had updates. crisoco8722 Super Spyware Scolder8 Reg: 14-May-2009 Posts: 198 Solutions: 4 Kudos: 18 Kudos0 Re: 'BSOD' Caused by Symantec? (From another forum). Install it, but don't let it startup yet.
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