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BSOD on my pc

zzstanthemanzz

FPCH New Member
Joined
Jul 16, 2007
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#1
Hi, im new to this but thought i would give it a try as nowhere else can help.
THE PROBLEM: every now and then (say 5 - 10 times a day) i get the BSOD when using my computer. the only information i can give is "BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER" there is no possible way to get all of the info as the pc reboots within seconds. This is not the only type of BSOD i get as it is giving different error messages all the time but the said one is the most common. im running Vista Home Basic, but was on XP Pro SP2 and had the same problem. i have tried windows live one care to no avail... PLEASE HELP!

OS: Microsoft Windows Vista: Home Basic

PC MODEL: Custom build- AMD Family Hammer - sempron processor

MEMORY (RAM): 1022MB

SYSTEM TYPE: 32-bit OS

Hope thats what you need!
 

danzil

FPCH Member
Joined
Jun 29, 2007
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Location
Gloucestershire
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#2
can you right click my computer>mange he go to event viewer>system can you see any red crosses in there,,if so what are they refering to..
have you install all the relevant VISTA motherboard + chipset drivers. drivers.
what make of motherboard do you have...
was these parts new.it may be worth downloading memtest and running that to test your ram...
get in from www.memtest86.com.
please provide as much info as possible so we can help diagnose your issue.
kind regards
danzil