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Windows 7: BSoD random times, no specific trigger I know of.


24 Sep 2012   #11

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Sure!

I believe you've solved all the problems yourself so you can mark this thread as solved.
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Peace!

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24 Sep 2012   #12

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Ended up doing a clean OS install last night, finished it up about 11:30pm (windows updates too awhile & the dell driver CD leaves a lot to be desired) Did a complete format & win 7 install (her friend had deleted the dell system restore software & partition)
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24 Sep 2012   #13

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lotor View Post
Ended up doing a clean OS install last night, finished it up about 11:30pm (windows updates too awhile & the dell driver CD leaves a lot to be desired) Did a complete format & win 7 install (her friend had deleted the dell system restore software & partition)
Once again, you've done a great job for a friend
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