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Hello Forum, I've been constantly getting BSOD's.
My PC has been running fine for the last few months. Even with the
hardware and software updates every now and then. It would be really
appreciated if someone could help, Im unable to play games or watch videos
without the fear of getting a BSOD.It all started on the day I decided to try and get better cooling by taking the shroud off of my GTX 460 also I ran CCleaner on that day. One or both of those may be the contributing factor to my BSOD's.
Thanks in advance and Godspeed.
Edited by ApollyonXD - 4/5/11 at 9:06am
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post #2 of 15
Is your system overclocked? Is your video card overclocked? What BSOD is coming up? What are you system load temperatures? When you ran CCleaner did you delete items from the registry?
Edited by appleg33k85 - 4/5/11 at 9:13am
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My system isn't OC'd. Well I OC'd it a few times to check performance. but those were miniscule and no changes in voltage were made. I think I might have deleted some stuff from the registry now that I think of it.
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BSOD are generally caused by bad ram. If you have more than one stick of ram in your comp, take one out and keep one in for a while and see if it still BSODs. And if it does then take that one out and put in the other and repeat. If it keeps on going BSOD then either your ram is messed up or something
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ps:
Load temps CPU: 40-50(max)
GPU: max temp 65(increased fan speed)
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Originally Posted by jonespwns View Post
BSOD are generally caused by bad ram. If you have more than one stick of ram in your comp, take one out and keep one in for a while and see if it still BSODs. And if it does then take that one out and put in the other and repeat. If it keeps on going BSOD then either your ram is messed up or something
This. Use memtest86+ to test the RAM fully. Also, OP, run Furmark on your video card and see if it BSODs. Maybe you didn't install the cooler right.
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Ok, ill try that. Thanks for being so quick in helping me out.
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I'd put the shroud back on the card for one thing. It's there for a reason. Also try turning off the turbo or whatever it's called on the CPU, and giving the ram a touch of extra voltage.
    
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post #9 of 15
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Thanks for the advice, I tried using one stick, and got no BSOD. And I put the shroud back on a few days ago. Turbo isn't turned on but Ill take adding some voltage into account.
Thanks a lot guys. Your awesome.
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A shizznit, In-game no BSOD anymore but outside of it I just got one -.-
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