MagicAndre1981, on 27 April 2010 - 05:40 PM, said:
the dx.sys is related to your graphics card. Which graphics card do you use? make sure you are using the latest drivers! nDIS.sys is part of the networking functionality of Windows. So make sure that you use the latest network card drivers. The 3rd driver belongs to your sound card. Which one do you use? The 4th driver is the USB port driver. Have you installed the chipset drivers for your mainboard? which USb devices do you use?
Realtek RTL8168C Gigabit ethernet adapter
ALC888 sound chip
I have tried newer drivers, but it seems to make the problem worse or no better, right now it may not do it for weeks, then when it does act up it seems like it does it for several days, rebooting several times today, then its back to normal. I have tried to notice if I am doing anything different on those istorm days, but cannot correlate anything, I don't do much but surf and email, analyze a few minidumps occasionally.
I shut down the PC every night.
Here are the full hardware specs
All I can do I guess is try the latest drivers again, maybe there are newer versions.
I am beginning to think it is a Windows 7 bug running on this particular hardware, just won't play nice together.
Thanks for looking.