|30 Jul 2012||#1|
BSOD General Use, error 0x0000001A
Hey All, received the error attached yesterday, hopefully you fine minds can help shed some light on the problem! I have attached an image of the original BSOD (sorry for poor quality, was taken with my phone and had to compress it, hopefully still readable). Also attached is all the info from the SF Diagnostic Tool. I have already run memtest, and it came up with no errors, and sfc scnannow (though only to verify) and that was also clear.
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|30 Jul 2012||#5|
drivers, restarted the pc a few times and it worked fine for the rest of the day
Earlier (a few hours ago) when I first booted up for the day i logged in, went out to make myself a coffee, and came back to find that the log in screen was up again. I logged in again and windows notified me that there had been an unexpected shutdown or something of that nature, and I assumed that there had been another BSOD.
Thanks very much for your swift responses
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