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What causes Blue Screen issues? I have ran memory tests and all yielded good results .. I have never had this issue and I'm run Windows 7 64 Bit . See my Sig for my build. It has been running perfect with no changes for the last year.

The Blue screen problems just started recently and I didn't change any new hardware or software. I moved recently so my PC was in the trunk of a car for an extended period of time, but it has ran fine for a few weeks and now I just keep getting Blue Screens.

Where do I look on Windows 7 for the problem caused by the Blue Screen?

I hope you guys can help.. This is really annoying.

Thanks
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either use a program called Windbg, its a free download from Microsoft. Or, you can access the EventVeiwer, just seach for it in the start menu. WinDbg is more applicable to your case because you are dealing with a bluescreen
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either use a program called Windbg, its a free download from Microsoft. Or, you can access the EventVeiwer, just seach for it in the start menu. WinDbg is more applicable to your case because you are dealing with a bluescreen
What exactly will this program do for me though? I have never had any issues with blue screens before.. and its just weird that I have never had a problem with a rig that I built, until after I traveled 27 hours in the car with this pc in the trunk.. and it runs fine for awhile.. sometimes even an hour or so and then it Blue screens out of the middle of no where.. and they are always different problems... Like one says "IRQL Less or Not Equal." Another says "System Error" or something of that nature...
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post #4 of 9
they by themselves dont do anything other than give you the BSOD code. If you can find that code, you can use it to diagnose the BSOD and then solve the issue.
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What blue screen codes are you getting? Those are important if you want to figure out the problem.
     
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I don't understand how to get the BSOD codes to come up. In Eventviewer, there are a million different types of errors that come up. In Windbg, you have to actually open a file and I don't know what I'm doing.

Everytime it blue screens, it seems like it is a different code that comes up. I had no issues before the move.

Please help
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post #7 of 9
u can google how to use windbg, I cant explain in enough detail how to do so effectively.
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Sounds good... I wonder if at this point it is just easier to just reinstall Windows and see if that fixes the problem??
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Would it just be easier to reinstall windows?
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