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A deadly case of BSOD on a gaming computer
Hello there, Sevenforum users. I've come here with lost patience. I've been having BSODs for the past 2 months, almost always during gameplay. I'm a big TF2 player, and it's a pain not being able to play for 3 minutes without a crash. I did make the mistake of deleting almost all my memory dumps in multiple disk cleanups, but there should be 2 or 3 BSODs within the zip. And also, I've been getting freezes too, lots of them. I hope you guys can help with my problems.
A little thing I forgot, here's all the error codes I've ever gotten:
3B, 1E, 7E (The most recent spree of error codes), 7F, 50, 3D, and 4A. One thing to note, 3D is that the Printer Queue is full, and I've never installed a printer.
Some basic system specs:
Windows 7, 64-bit Home Premium, which I personally installed on my built PC.
The PC itself is about 6 and a half months old, still a youngin'
I did re-install Windows 7, hoping it would fix my problem by wiping the hard drive clean, but it didn't fix it. The re-install is about 2 months old
And also, I do apologize if I didn't zip the items properly. I'm not educated in file zipping, only in file unzipping
Please reply with any additional info you need. Heck, if you need more BSOD samples, I can always make plenty more. And thanks ahead of time for all help
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