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Gotcha. The dump file can be accessed after the blue screen, which is why BlueScreenView is a good tool. The actual BSOD gives you a basic view and stores all available data in the dump file: Time, Date, What program failed to cause the blue screen, possible issues. These are accessible after you get back into Windows again. Once you reinstalled you did indeed delete the dump, but it's always good to know something for future reference! biggrin.gif If it continues on your new build you can use this to find out if and which program causes the failure.

Alright ! biggrin.gif Thanks alot you guys, gonna keep that in mind ! It's weird now I've reinstalled windows and done the same as before just made a crap ton of restore point and its working great now ! Although programs are often getting the "not responding" thing happening ... -.- It's feeling sluggish, only thing I did differently that should affect it was turned on XMP profile for the RAM as it was running at 1333Mhz instead of its advertised 1600Mhz but that fixed it and should increase speed if anything ... Any thoughts on this as well? Not going to make a new thread tongue.gif
   
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You might want to check the health of your drive. You can check in your event viewer and see if you have any Disk errors. Since you are using an SSD, bad sectors aren't an issue, but you should be able to find a utility on the Kingston website to check the health of your drive as well. Also, check to be sure that your system is optimized for your SSD. Having an OS on an SSD should never be sluggish, so something isn't right.
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You might want to check the health of your drive. You can check in your event viewer and see if you have any Disk errors. Since you are using an SSD, bad sectors aren't an issue, but you should be able to find a utility on the Kingston website to check the health of your drive as well. Also, check to be sure that your system is optimized for your SSD. Having an OS on an SSD should never be sluggish, so something isn't right.

Sorry for the late reply I haven't been on much lately ! Also I meant my friends machine tongue.gif Not my sig rig, which I'm assuming you were looking at ... ! Sorry about that, should have been more clear. He's running a 1TB WD Blue drive, but its not that its sluggish (although it is for me having used an SSD for the past 2 years) It's the " not responding error" happening more frequent than usual, I'm actually away from the computer as of now, but He installed Service pack 1 through Windows update and it seems to have fixed most of it from what he's said. (Although he isn't very tech-oriented so I have to take everything he says with a grain of salt tongue.gif ) Anyways it seems to have fixed itself with updates and such, Will post back here if it seems to not have fixed it though. Anyways thanks alot for the help you guys, +REP for you all ! thumb.gif
   
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No problem. Yes I was looking at your sig rig and that threw me off. biggrin.gif Glad to be of service. If the problems start up again you know where to find us!
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