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Windows 7: Blue Screen Error with Win7 and Linux

08 Mar 2015   #1
hurricain

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 
Blue Screen Error with Win7 and Linux

Hello all,

This is my issue. I have 3 internal HDDs in my PC, my main HDD is Windows 7,, the second is for my media, and the third is Linux Fedora.

I JUST installed this yesterday, I am taking a Linux intro class for my degree so I wanted to use it whenever I want, so I put it on the HDD I dont use. I will also note that I used DBAN to wipe this HDD before installing Linux.

After the install (everything seemed to be working well with Linux, no errors or messages popping up), I restarted and went back to Windows 7 for my daily gaming or browsing.

I put the PC to sleep, come back and get a blue screen error that restarts my PC, which then offers the option to start in Safe Mode, etc.. I start in normal mode and it says that an error report went to Microsoft.

Does anyone know why it would be doing this? Did I not assign something to my primary Windows HDD?

Thank you!


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08 Mar 2015   #2
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

How did you miss the information at the top of this page when you started the thread?

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13 Mar 2015   #3
hurricain

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Guess I wasn't paying attention, I'm new here. Thanks for being nice about it.
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