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Blue Screen- Any idea the cause? Have picture.

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Well with all the issues I've been having with my board. Here is a new blue screen my system gave me. Since I clanged the Sata port though it gave me a dump file this time.

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have you got any bad sectors on your hdd?
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HDD is brand new from WD, scanned with all tests in Seatools without any issues.

I am having issues with my Mobo which will be RMAd, I just didn't know if this was something else since I've never gotten it before.
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post #4 of 4
0xf4 isn't that a random BSOD code for D0 chips, I think it was a sign that your CPU needs a increase of vcore (assuming you are overclocking) Maybe try to up it a notch or two and see if that helps?
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