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BSDO error 0X000000A, happens while gaming
Hi, my PC has been randomly restarting 2 or 3 times last week, but I wasn't there to notice it. I just saw the event in event viewer : Event 41, bugcheck code = 10
But this afternoon playing Skyrim, I had 2 BSOD. Nothing when just running Windows normally tought.
I did a torture test pf 3 hours of my CPU using P95, no problem, did a short DST in DOS using Seatool DOS, all ok. Ran Memtest for 45 min, no problem, altough I plan on testing more lated.
To me it smells like a videocard failing, as it is mostly happening while gaming (about 20min in the game), and the first time I rebooted, the screen was flickering when I was moving windows around.
There was no minidump or dumfile created, so I has to take a picture with my phone, sorry about that.
I thank deeply anyone who can give me a hand on that.
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|09 Jul 2012||#3|
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