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Since i overclocked my computer i keep getting a blue screen then my computer restarts. Can some one help me out check my pic then you can see my com specs in cpu-z my voltage looks pretty high what do you guys think ?

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post #2 of 7
Well you get blue screen when you CPU is not stable which means it needs more volts. What vots do u have in ur CPU right now?
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Ishimura
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post #3 of 7
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Check out my pic i just posted it . En tell me what you think
post #4 of 7
what os?

for xp
goto
start
control panel
system
advance
start up and recovery (settings)
check or uncheck auto restart
then when it bsod again put what it says on the site
post #5 of 7
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My voltage is running at 2.347 is that good or bad ? En if its bad how can i fix the problem ?
post #6 of 7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by noobdown View Post
what os?

for xp
goto
start
control panel
system
advance
start up and recovery (settings)
check or uncheck auto restart
then when it bsod again put what it says on the site
Hey men i checked it for you its checked on automatically restart
en send an administrative alert en Write an event to the system log should i uncheck it all ?
post #7 of 7
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jason198 View Post
Hey men i checked it for you its checked on automatically restart
en send an administrative alert en Write an event to the system log should i uncheck it all ?
auto restart is the main one
it will bsod but wont restart so that you can read the bsod and write it doen to determin the problem
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