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Windows Fails ?

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Probally one reason why expensive rigs become useless...

Alright so yesterday i was sitting there right reading some news on the times
and all of a sudden crash
computer locked up completely then went into bsod
i tried to write down but pen and paper were not in quick hand
so it restarted automatically was really fast actually
Then it restarts --->im already on default with my mother overclock right now everything is---> restart---> wait for windows to open and wait what it goes into repair mode, ok ill wait to see if it can repair ----> could not repair automatically ---->try to do it over internet didnt work nor even connect at that point-----> so was like ok ill restore right well i went and tried to restore it and it told me that there was no image in my external which i made just this past monday ----> pissed computer wont book into the windows at all only will boot in repair mode nothing worked

SO wondering if this happens agian for some odd reason what would i do?

I reinstalled just this morning got all my updates and everything that i need already up and good to go

but this pissed me off i havent even touched anything with the computer no tweaks no service editing nothing at all
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post #2 of 3
Well, you could disable reboot on BSOD that way you have time to write down the error code.
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that bsod probably had nothing to do with windows, most bsod's are hardware related.
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