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Windows 7: BSOD seems to be random and immediately after login

10 Mar 2016   #11
Jvsf

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When I did that was when you asked me to on the post, earlier this week. And I went with your suggestion by letting windows do it. Followed the instructions with the link you provided and selected the recommended, automatic.


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10 Mar 2016   #12
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So you performed a clean reinstall only in the current week?
Have you noticed any further BSOD after that?
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11 Mar 2016   #13
Jvsf

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Yes I have since then, a couple actually.

I don't know if this would be useful information but yesterday instead of going to safe mode. I went and chose the option before boot to temporally set to low resolution to 640 X 480 when it boots up. It not easy to work with but at least I can do more task than when I could with safe mode. The key thing with this information so far is, I have yet to get a blue screen when I choose the Enable Low Resolution startup


EDIT: Never mind, it just took much more work to do so. Which makes me wonder if it is still possible while in Safe Mode since Im usually cautious while im in that mode
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24 Mar 2016   #14
Jvsf

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It's been two weeks since a last post on here. Does that mean there isn't really anything I can do about this problem?
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26 Mar 2016   #15
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jvsf View Post
It's been two weeks since a last post on here. Does that mean there isn't really anything I can do about this problem?
I think so, mate. And I am really sorry to say it.
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