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I've had my PC build for a couple of weeks and everyday I get the blue screen of death...
Here are the details:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 2057
Extra information about the problem
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Bucket ID: CORRUPT_MODULELIST
Please help me!!
First, try removing the overclocking on the CPU and GPU and see if it persists. Check the airflow inside the case to see if anything is getting too hot. Then try running with only one stick of RAM to see if that fixes it. This would seem to point to overheating so you may need to upgrade the cooler.
Does it generally happen when you are doing one thing in particular, ie like when playing a game? It reads like either GPU (nVidia?) driver issues or perhaps a RAM problem. First go to the nVidia site and download the latest drivers and see whether that makes any difference.
Just google the error codes that will show you MS help pages that will let you know exactly what the problem is
Sorry for the late reply,
The temperature inside my fan is fine since i've ran "HWmonitor" and everything is normal, plus I have a cooler master 212+ which should be perfect for my overclock.
Not only this but the airflow isnt too bad either, I have a Lexa S case and i added a 120mm fan at the top, this means there are 5 fans in total ( the side panal fan blows straight onto the gpu )
Then it is most likely an unstable overclock, or out of date drivers. try the graphics card first as it is more likely that it is that rather than the CPU.
This is the most relevent number you posted - 00000000BE200000 - google that then trawl through the forums the same code is posted on. You will eventually find the solution from the descriptions other people give and the answers they get at other forums. Dont forget to use http://technet.microsoft.com too, as this is where their engineers hang out and post a lot of solutions
Somebody suggested for me to do a system restore by putting my windows 7 disk in and system restoring it from there, would this be advisable?
As is the case in 95% of BSOD it looks like a driver issue, try to determine what hardware would be accessed when it happens.
a suggested i think the first thing you should do is remove oc and use at stock, if that solves problems then you know the culprit or otherwise can rule it out :)