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Cingelj16

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So when ever I shut down my computer it BSOD's and shows the error

0x000000f4

with more numbers between parentheses past it, this only happens when i shut down or restart, and it regularly happens. I didnt install any new hardware before this started hapening.
Windows 7 64 bit
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anyone?
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Sorry, missed you initial post.

There are a lot of suggestions and ideas in this forum thread: Blue screen showing Stop: 0x000000F4

To collect more information, look at the posts on using BlueScreenView and/or WhoCrashed as well as looking in the Event viewer to see if anything is recorded there at the time the BSOD occurs.
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OK so I have installed and found the error in BlueScreenView, and in Event Viewer, but I am confused as to what to do now?
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Post the results of BlueScreenView here please.

Also post the info from Event Viewer.
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Ok not sure how or why but it fixed itself! But I would still like to know the reason so I can prevent it from happening again in the future. Unfortunatly I deleted the files in the event viewer so I could make sure I got the exact blue screen and not some other one, so all I can provide is the BlueScreenView info, here it is;

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Edited by Cingelj16, 01 August 2013 - 12:22 PM.

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