|25 May 2011||#1|
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Frequent Seemingly Unrelated BSODs
I've been having frequent BSODs for the past weeks, starting, I believe, when I was playing Left 4 Dead. Recently, they happen for apparently no reason, the latest one as I was trying to write a post to this forum. The one before that happened as I was watching a video on youtube (with chrome). A HDD was also acting up making a lot of noise and responding extremely slowly just this same month I have all the BSODs, so I unplugged that and hoped for the best. BSODs continue, however.
The actual bluescreen doesn't always show a driver that malfunctioned.
Here are some info I got when booting after a BSOD.
I don't know what to look for and I'm not sure if I should be supplying more info. Please tell me what you can, and I'll try my best to add information about hardware/such.
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