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still having "Blue Screen" problems?, all logs are clean!


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happyrock:
I'm back in business...got new mg ($80} installed and running fine.....still think my hd is too hot..100+degrees.....how do I adjust fan speed?? still have all the previous "fan speed stuff" loaded.......

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happyrock:
I'm back in business...got new mg ($80} installed and running fine.....
do you mean mobo


still think my hd is too hot..100+degrees.....
is that temp F or C


how do I adjust fan speed?? still have all the previous "fan speed stuff" loaded.......
do you have a case fan...

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I can't believe this.....the blue screen is back!!!! well at least I have a new warrenty on this mother board and a local company that in stalled it!!!!

the temp is in F...I think I have a case fan (at least it's attached to th mobo--not to case vents}

the blue screen 1st appeared when i started up PC this am.....then again when i started up itunes with ipod connected.......

so far ok since then.....

thanks....
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if the temps are reported in F...then 100 F is fine...
what does the blue screen say...
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same as before:
problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage
if driver is identified in the stop message, disable the driver or check with the manufacture for driver updates.
try changing Video____{?}pters
STOP: oxoooooo7E(OXC0000005,OX804FQ4FE,OXF78DGA68,OXF78DA764)
____(?)inning dump of physical memory
physcial memory dump complete
check with your hardware vendor for any BIOS updates, disable___(?) memore options such as caching or shadowing. If you need to use safe mode to remove or disable components restart your computer, press F8 to select advanced startup options and then____(?)ect safe mode

any of ____(?) means it was not visable on the screen-statements were not centered on blue screen.

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