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Blue screens of Death

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Hi all, thanks for reading, to cut it short - I get blue screens of death once a week or so but it's happened more frequently this week and It's really getting on my nerves - I downloaded bluescreenview but it still doesn't help me much in figuring out the problem :)

If any of you could take a look at it and put the problem into layman's terms for me I'd be grateful.

Sorry about the awful quality - I've also zipped it



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Edited by tomzephy, 01 September 2011 - 04:40 PM.

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Blue screens weekly means you either have a bad driver, or a hardware failure. With no specifications on the computer i am only guessing at what you have. Have you checked into your event viewer to see what programs are causing any problems? If you open msconfig, what programs do you have running in the startup. Most of your error messages point to a bad driver.

Aumha stop error codes


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