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Terrible bluescreens, Important!


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Deathlock932

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So as I restarted my computer last night (Of which it's been relatively virus free, only found 3 minor ones in a period of twenty days)and two minutes after I logged onto my computer profile a bluescreen happens, and it looks like the computer crashed. I haven't really had problems like this before, unless they were virus related, though as I said I haven't found any notable ones even after scanning with two freewares. (Avast and Malwarebytes). Every time I boot my computer outside of safe mode this happens, a minute or two after logging on. Any help would be appreciated, and I'll be happy to answer further questions about my computer.
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Ztruker

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Zip the last 5 dumps in C:\Windows\minidump and upload here so we can look at them.
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Actually, I've confirmed it's a problem with a video driver. I tried opening the dumps, but it wouldn't allow me to. Anyways, here they are.
C:\Windows\Minidump\013013-17893-01.zip Hope I did that correctly.
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