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DrStiles

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A few days ago I had a complete blackout while using Chrome. It was only when I was using Chrome. Just today I found that the action center had a message for me, and found this out and took a screenshot:

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http://i43.tinypic.com/520z02.jpg

Apparently the problem is fixed and all, as the action center hasn't said anything and Chrome hasn't made the video card crash since the last blackout, but I need to know what this could mean, or if it's just Chrome messing with my computer.
Thank you for your time!

Edited by DrStiles, 21 October 2013 - 10:46 AM.

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This seems to be a reported error/crash of your video drivers while they were in use (of course, haha) and is often paired with BSOD's. However if it does not persist and the machine is not having any issues with producing graphics, nor any other items of concern - You should be alright.

So I will ask you this, is the machine running well and giving no other signs of any trouble?

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There is one thing, explorer.exe crashes every other day. Other than those, the computer's running ok.
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