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Started getting BSOD all of a sudden.

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Just recently started getting this, I reformatted and it seems to of caused the bsod to come more often now. Now i cant even start it up without having a bsod come up.

I have posted the picture of the screen I'm getting. I didn't install any different hardware. All I have hooked up is a mouse, keyboard, and razr 360 controller. I didn't download much software, just steam and chrome browser. So something tells me maybe it could be something hardware related or something in bios?

post #2 of 9
After reformatting, did you update all the drivers?

Usb 3.0 drivers?
Mobo drivers?
Windows updates?
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post #3 of 9
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Did all the windows updates, checked drivers in device manager and all say up to date except for USB controller. Says windows couldn't update. How would I check for updates on mobo, will the bios tell me if I need one? How do I get update for this usb controller?
post #4 of 9
How much is your CPU overclocked?
post #5 of 9
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I never overclock.
post #6 of 9
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Fixed the problem. Was an issue with a USB driver I needed to download. Seems to be fine now. Hopefully for good.
post #7 of 9
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So much for that, had it on for a while without no issue but the problem came back again. Same exact screen and error message.
post #8 of 9
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Still trying to figure this out. I did a memory test which didn't bring up any errors. What does this error message mean, don't we have some idea of what it is with what it's saying, or this is just a general message for what could be many things?
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This can be locked. mobo bios just needed to update.
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