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After connecting to internet via WiFi i get BSOD

BSOD WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR Windows 8 desktop internet hardware motherboard

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TheThing92

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So this happened back in June. I always have my computer hooked up to Ethernet cable for internet when im home. I visited a friend and brought my Desktop, shortly afterward my pc got really slow and I got the Blue Screen of Death with the error code WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR.

 

I factory reset it and after that it worked fine till just this past week. I went to a hotel and hooked up to wifi with the same usb WiFi connector and low and behold it started getting really slow and got the BSOD same error code. I factory reset it and now it didn't work. It is really really slow and after about 5 min on the web the error code will pop up again.

 

I have ran the sfc/ scannow on command prompt and got no error code, I'm not overclocking and my computer isn't overheating from what I can tell. Is this a network issue, motherboard issue, hard drive?

 

How do I find out what the bad part of my computer is so I can replace it and play my games again?


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