the Bsod occur at any time

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    nik mohammad arif

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    help me with this.. sory for bad englis btw...
    My spec..
    Lappy = A55v i3..
    Bsod occur = I don know how to say about this.. sometime always .. sometime can stand a few day without BSOD...
    HElp me guys plz..
    my zip files was 4.41MB.. cannot upload...
    i upload at dropbox btw
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/cxc7ncrn0ygs9uk/W8.zip?dl=0
     
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    nik mohammad arif

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    guys ... anyone ? who can read this data for me... ~~
     
    nik mohammad arif, Jul 29, 2015
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    I am certainly not the resident BSOD expert, but....
    The first thing I would recommend would be to update your wireless driver from here
    https://www.atheros.cz/atheros-wireless-download.php?chipset=31&system=8
    After which, since the Blue Screens seem to be all over the place I would recommend you boot from
    http://www.memtest.org/
    The zip file containing the ISO is near the bottom of the page, you can create a bootable CD and run it for at least 8 passes and see if it finds any issues with your installed memory.
    Finally....
    From an elevated command prompt type
    chkdsk C: /R
    hit enter
    answer Y for yes
    and reboot
    Let it run and see if it finds anything.
     
    Trouble, Aug 3, 2015
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    Done~~
    how to
    "The zip file containing the ISO is near the bottom of the page, you can create a bootable CD and run it for at least 8 passes and see if it finds any issues with your installed memory."

    sory i don see MEMtest iso.. Will test this after work.. thank later will replay the result
     
    nik mohammad arif, Aug 4, 2015
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    UPdated... i can fully running memtest without any problem.. but i stuck at checkdisk.. 14% and no moving .. i was waiting 1 hour.. i cancel the operation already..
     
    nik mohammad arif, Aug 5, 2015
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    1. What OS are you using?
    2. What did it say when you got the BSOD?
     
    Clinton S., Aug 5, 2015
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    Ultimately you're going to have to run chkdsk C: /R
    sooner or later to determine if you problem is that drive.
    Depending on the overall size of the drive and the amount of data it contains it will often take hours, 4 or more is not unusual.
    I've left it run overnight before.
    You can't always go by the information you are seeing on the screen regarding progress. Sometimes it doesn't update that data in a timely manner, especially if it is doing some particularly large files, like videos.
    The hard disk activity light is a much better indicator as to what is going on.
     
    Trouble, Aug 6, 2015
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