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blue screen of death + high temps randomly?

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I left my computer on over night and in the morning it had a pop up that said windows unexpectedly shut down, and my uguru utility that came with my motherboard, which usually says system status ok said warning instead. it said I was at temps of 38-41 so i turned on speedfan, and I had both cores running at 20 degrees, soo my question is which knows my actualy computer temperature better? speedfan or uguru because If it is speedfan i am not worried but if it is uguru I am getting ridiculous temperatures. And the part that scared me more, is that I tried to play bf2 and i got blue screen of death, first time i have seen it on this computer, but since my computer had said it unexpectadly shut down when I first got on it I have a feeling it at least happened twice. Could this have to do with a hard drive I plugged in the other day? Because that is the only hardware or anything different I have done in a while and this blue screen is farely recent
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post #2 of 8
i use neither of those. i use rivatuner and it is accurate.
as for ur BSOD i think it is a memory problem - perhaps overheated
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Next time note down the stop error, as then we can diagnose it further.
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post #4 of 8
38-40c isn't enough to make your system shut down, that cpu can go a lot hotter.

I would check the press-pins on that stock hsf. They tend to pop out sometimes when not installed correctly.
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post #5 of 8
you should use coretemp. both speedfan and uguru can sometimes be inaccurate.. also try clearing your CMOS.. let us know whats happening!
    
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I haven't written down the number on blue screen yet, it got to the point where whenever I loaded up windows I got the blue screen, but I ran safe mode and ran check disk and it came up fine, now I am back in regular windows mode and have not gotten blue screen yet will post back later.
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Sounds like a HDD error, those happen every now and then. Sounds like check disk fixed it.
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post #8 of 8
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thats what I thought but I used norton 360 and when it was doing the backup part it said it failed and there was a hard drive error, and as it failed a windows message popped up that said superfetch had stopped working, then it said windows something has had to close. But so far still no more blue screen yet.

EDIT: So far no blue screen but when I went to itunes (I had used itunes a few times since my last post it was just the last time i used itunes) a pop up would appear that said applemobile device helper has stopped working, and it just keeps apppearing no matter how many times I press cancel, but Itunes appears to be doing fine to far,so I am just ignoring it but it is hard to type this because it keeps coming up and going over internet explorer so I will mention back in a bump if I get another blue screen of death
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