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Windows 7: 0x000001D BSOD While playing Games/Watching videos etc

19 Jun 2013   #11
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by E0nW0lf View Post
just wondering I have a speaker that only has one speaker because my dog chewed up the other. Is it safe or not to plug it back into my comp and still use it? or should I buy a fresh new speaker?
Feed the dog properly so that he does not try to eat inedible stuff

About the speaker, if you are not ready to get the stereo output, you may use the chewed up speaker, or otherwise get a new one.


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19 Jun 2013   #12
E0nW0lf

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I left my comp overnight to scan my computer with malwarebytes and MS security essentials and has found no threat so far, I am now running sfc /scannow
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19 Jun 2013   #13
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I left my comp overnight to scan my computer with malwarebytes and MS security essentials and has found no threat so far, I am now running sfc /scannow
It "Did not find any security Violations" I will continue and see if anything is yet to go wrong and will try to run Tera. I will get back in an hour or so as tera crashes only after and hour or more of play.
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19 Jun 2013   #14
E0nW0lf

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by E0nW0lf View Post
just wondering I have a speaker that only has one speaker because my dog chewed up the other. Is it safe or not to plug it back into my comp and still use it? or should I buy a fresh new speaker?
Feed the dog properly so that he does not try to eat inedible stuff

About the speaker, if you are not ready to get the stereo output, you may use the chewed up speaker, or otherwise get a new one.
xD hehehe thanks arc I though my speakers could possibly give me a bsod if it is broken and I feed my dog, he is just teasing
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19 Jun 2013   #15
Arc

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A broken or chewed up speaker will not give you BSODs. But Tera itself is problematic in most of the cases. If it is not better anyhow after following what koolkat77 suggested, better you contract the game developer. Probably they have game patches or settings advice which will let you run the game good.
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19 Jun 2013   #16
E0nW0lf

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
A broken or chewed up speaker will not give you BSODs. But Tera itself is problematic in most of the cases. If it is not better anyhow after following what koolkat77 suggested, better you contract the game developer. Probably they have game patches or settings advice which will let you run the game good.
I see, I just finished playing right now so im going to sit and wait to see if my comp goes berserk also when I start up my comp it does some weird buzzy like appearance when it starts almost like a messed up t.v. channel do you know what that is and how to fix it?

Funny thing is though I do not get BSOD while playing my other games such as Vindictus but still I have to play the waiting game now :|
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19 Jun 2013   #17
Arc

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At first make it sure that all the HDDs are screwed tight with the case.

I think koolkat77 will also agree with me at that point.
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19 Jun 2013   #18
E0nW0lf

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At first make it sure that all the HDDs are screwed tight with the case.

I think koolkat77 will also agree with me at that point.

I see also its been over half an hour and no crash just yet....im still waiting lol :O I hope its fixed though id probably start jumping like a nut if it is xD
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19 Jun 2013   #19
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19 Jun 2013   #20
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by koolkat77 View Post
lol
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