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20 May 2012  

Windows 7 64 Bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by writhziden View Post
Still pointing to memory corruption which may still mean a driver. I see AppleCharger installed; it is a driver for increasing the charging speed for an iPod. It can cause crashes due to changing how the USB ports utilize power, so I would recommend removing it to test.
10-4 I will look into it.

I downloaded and played Diablo 3 for a good 4-5 hours yesterday and didn't have any bsods. They are so random!

I will report back after removing the charger
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