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User Info: sockrox

sockrox
3 years ago#1
Been getting some BSOD's and they seem to be driver related.

NDIS.6 and some kernel pop up as errors with the BSOD's.

I'm not sure what those are.. So is there a way I can fix drivers or re update all drivers at once or whatever? A program or something?

User Info: protools1983

protools1983
3 years ago#2
sockrox posted...
Been getting some BSOD's and they seem to be driver related.

NDIS.6 and some kernel pop up as errors with the BSOD's.

I'm not sure what those are.. So is there a way I can fix drivers or re update all drivers at once or whatever? A program or something?


Reimage.
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User Info: sockrox

sockrox
3 years ago#3
I assume that's a program ? I'll check it when I get home .

User Info: protools1983

protools1983
3 years ago#4
No, I was suggesting a fresh copy of Windows. Rather than spending the time going through all of those drivers why not just start from scratch?
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User Info: sockrox

sockrox
3 years ago#5
Oh. Sorry, I'm still new at computer stuff, although, I should of known.

User Info: protools1983

protools1983
3 years ago#6
sockrox posted...
Oh. Sorry, I'm still new at computer stuff, although, I should of known.


Its all good man. Have you made any recent hardware changes? Software installs? Updates? If you can think of anything work backwards. Also, though most BSOD codes are a bunch of useless info take a look at it more carefully next time and see if it gives you any kind of clue.
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User Info: sockrox

sockrox
3 years ago#7
Put a new sapphire HD 7970. I always thought it was over clocked too much.. Now the BSOD's happen when I'm just browsing the internet, this is after I turned down the OC

User Info: SinisterSlay

SinisterSlay
3 years ago#8
sysprep I guess would do that.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sysprep
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User Info: lost_within

lost_within
3 years ago#9
protools1983 posted...
sockrox posted...
Been getting some BSOD's and they seem to be driver related.

NDIS.6 and some kernel pop up as errors with the BSOD's.

I'm not sure what those are.. So is there a way I can fix drivers or re update all drivers at once or whatever? A program or something?


Reimage.



There is a difference in re-imaging and reinstalling Windows...


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