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Been getting the BSOD here lately

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Hello to the wonderful programmers and such who can actually understand these crash codes!!

I'm only 16 so I don't exactly know programming yet biggrin.gif

Here lately I have been getting the BSOD (like what is seen when you overclock a CPU to much). I'm not sure what it is though. I have been having issues with my Nvidia drivers crashing on me when I am playing league of legends and some other games. This is an issue in the drivers where they will run a spare SVChost and that will cause my GPU to idle at 99% which in turn causes my GPU to boost its clocks which makes it boost its voltage, and its voltage boosts to fast for it to keep up so the drivers give up and it throws this load to my CPU graphics.. Sometimes I forget to check but I can fix that easy just by going into process explorer from windows and kill the extra SVChost. Now I'm sure that my GPU isn't causing the BSOD because I know that the BSOD is mainly from the Processor, I just listed my GPU issues just in case. I have a pentium G620 at the standard 2.6 GHz clock rate (only because it's not an unlocked processor thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif ).

According to the minudump folder it has happened roughly every two weeks for this month and last.

Here is the debug coding that Windows gave me.

BCCode: c4
BCP1: 0000000000000091
BCP2: 0000000000000002
BCP3: FFFFFA80051F3660
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 768_1

Someone tell me should I run combofix just to double check for viruses. That's the only free antivirus software I like because of how amazing it works.


And i am running the most recent update of Windows 7.

Also I am running a GTX 660 (non ti)

Thanks for your time and consideration and I would like to see if any of you can help.

Thanks!!!!

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I started programming at the age of 13, and by the time I was 16, I probably could have had a full time position programming. Just saying. Anyways, I would suggest you to update the drivers for all the hardware devices of your computer. Such issues may occur because of damaged drivers or incompatible software’s. You may also check the compatibility of all the software installed in your computer in windows 7 compatibility center.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/default.aspx

I would also suggest you to update your computer’s BIOS and chipset drivers. For this you may have to contact your computer manufacture.

If still the same issue persists then, you my try creating new user profile and check if this helps.

To create a new profile, you must first create a new user account. When the account is created, a profile will also be created.
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Child please, I am my own computer manufacturer thumb.gif

Anyways I'm updating my GPU drivers then on to my CPU then on to a bios update.


Thank you sir/ma'am I will keep you posted.

And just out of curiosity, Do you understand the debug code that I posted?
    
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Do you have Driver Verifier working?
can you upload a dump?
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