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Windows 7: 4 blue screens in the past 2 days, 4 different error codes

22 Jul 2012   #1
lovick

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
4 blue screens in the past 2 days, 4 different error codes

I used to get intermittent BSODs, maybe once every 2-3 weeks. Now I've gotten 4 in the past 24 hours, all with different errors. I can't think of any changes I've made to cause this, and 3/4 times it's happened while playing a game, watching something on VLC, and with ~15 tabs open on Chrome. The game is different every time too. The other blue screen was just after restarting after a blue screen.

Like an idiot, on the 4th blue screen I killed the power before it could finish the dump, but the error code was 0x00000124, and it was while playing a game.


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23 Jul 2012   #2
smarteyeball

 
 

One of your dumps point the finger at at possible video driver issues.

Did you let Windows Update update your video drivers, or did you manually update your drivers yourself?

Try downloading the latest drivers for your card:

AMD Catalyst
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01 Aug 2012   #3
smith R jhon

windows 7 ultimate x84
 
 

hi,
I also face similar problem during playing games on my PC. It suddenly turns blue with some massage.
so i got sacred at first then i tried to look on internet about the solution of the problem.
then i found this answer helpful and i am sharing it because it may also help you.
How to fix Blue Screen of Death(BSOD)? | Techyv.com

check this out it may help you.
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