|26 Sep 2011||#1|
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learning how to read BSOD
Is there someone willing to take the time to help me learn the fine art of reading BSOD's. I just painstakingly went through a fiasco of BSOD's, drugging through them only to realize that I had no clue what I was looking for. With what little knowledge I have of BSOD's, and with the help nir-soft blue screen viewer and a ton of Google searches, it all seemed to point to a general memory problem. Which in-fact turned out to be my GPU overheating which in-turn killed some or all my memory sticks. So if there's anybody out there willing to take on this task, I would be greatly indebted.
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