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Windows 7: BSOD while doing normal things

09 Nov 2014   #1
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I have tried everything guys(memtest,chkdsk)! im out of ideas... soo ive been getting a lot of BSOD lately ALOT and ive reinstalled my gpu drivers and that seem to fix it for like an hour and i played games and everything up until i started doing normal things such as browsing the internet,looking at live streams,etc. then I started getting corruption such as java not wanting to download, steam stopping to say my download was corrupted. and then the thing that I thought was rid of came back... BSOD..in the blue screen window it showed it was ntoskrnl.exe+c0738 and now my screen is really tiny like 4:9. PLEASE HELP! ive been stressing about this pc for so long now :/

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09 Nov 2014   #2
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