|28 May 2010||#1|
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Update on my BSOD
Well guys I can say after 6 weeks of trouble free use, I can say the problem with my BSOD was due to AVG. The only thing I did was uninstall AVG and install windows microsoft essenicals and life has been good. I have not had one minute of trouble with my rig. It is not to say AVG is bad, but it was something that did not play nice with my set up. So I thought I would chime in and let the guys that help me out with the strange boot problem that I had.. You guys are great, thanks for the help!
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