Quote: Originally Posted by mgp1964
Check for any programs running in the back ground like virus scanners, Windows update or any other program that runs in the back ground. To check this simply right click on the task bar at the bottom of the screen and a window will pop up, click on "Start Task manager" and then a new window will open showing you what all is running in the back ground. If you don't know what is what take a snap shot of the screen and post it here.
BSOD = Blue Screen of Death, sometimes Windows will get a hard error that makes the screen turn blue and usally some error code and then it shutsdown.
Ive checked the task manager multiple times. And the %'s just do not add up. Scv will take sometimes from 4%-13% and 1 or 2 other programs have a little spike from time to time. But the %'s will never equal what the total cpu usage is giving me.
and just today I encountered my first BSOD. After reading various fixes for it I have learned it is a driver
causing my BSOD. When i'm able to I will post a screenshot of the BSOD. For now the only info i van give is that is was
I believe a friend told me sometimes it will tell you what driver went faulty.
athrx.sys - adress FFFFF880042B58C1
If anyone can help me fix this that would be peachy!