So i've built my new comp with a Gigabyte H67M-B2-D3, 4GB of ram, an i5 2400, Radeon 5750, Barracuda 1TB HDD, and 550(?)W PSU.
I've gotten windows up and installed, and everything is working great.
Except these damn BSODS. They're all SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION, MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, or BAD_POOL_HEADER(just once) errors.
I've reseated the ram and completely reinstalled my graphics card and audio drivers, and BSODS have stopped happening every few minutes after some restarts.
However, I left my comp on last night and when I woke up there was another BSOD.
Since then, I've only had the one BAD_POOL_HEADER error, which I just got randomly while using Chrome (which also keeps giving me a shitload of 'oh snap' errors). I have since
rebooted into "last good configuration", but don't know if this will do me any good.
I used a tool called WhoCrashed, as well as faultwire, and they both said that the errors i have are often driver problems. Faultwire recommended last good config for all three errors.
It might be worth mentioning that this shit might be over, I keep thinking that it's done and then it crashed overnight and crashed randomly during use.
I have a windows skydrive full of my .dmp files, i'll edit it in in a sec.https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=1978bdde379d6dde&resid=1978BDDE379D6DDE!103