What causes BSOD

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  1. Posts : 128
    Windows 7
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       #11

    overclocking is leaving my computer on all night all day everyday right LOL?
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  2. Posts : 18,404
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
       #12

    No, it's setting the CPU or GPU to run at speeds above the rated specs. If you haven't done that, then rule that out.
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  3. Posts : 68
    Windows 7 (7127)
       #13

    All night EVERY day!? that is some serious overclocking! personally i've only gotten bsods because of faulty ram... you could still check it out by running some type of memory test (onboard or os dependent)... benching or stress testing could help out too.
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  4. Posts : 128
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #14

    okie dokes thanks man alot for ur helps
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  5. Posts : 68
    Windows 7 (7127)
       #15

    Airbot said:
    No, it's setting the CPU or GPU to run at speeds above the rated specs. If you haven't done that, then rule that out.
    I think he's joking.. hope he's joking.
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  6. Posts : 18,404
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
       #16

    Who's joking, me?
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  7. Posts : 18,404
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
       #17

    zZanthraXx said:
    All night EVERY day!? that is some serious overclocking! personally i've only gotten bsods because of faulty ram... you could still check it out by running some type of memory test (onboard or os dependent)... benching or stress testing could help out too.
    If you're saying that I'm joking as to overclocking, I 'd suggest you read up on what OC is. It has nothing to do with keeping your computer on all the time.

    Overclocking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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  8. Posts : 8
    windows xp
       #18

    well i can tell you that if your running 3/4gb of ram your get the blue screen of death, i was running 2gb ram and windows 7 run fine and today i put in another gig and blue screened every time, rebooted in to xp and everythink was fine so i know its not the new ram, took out a older ram stick 1gb and it booted win7 fine again....
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  9. Posts : 7
    Windows Vista Ultimate x64 & Windows 7
       #19

    zipman said:
    well i can tell you that if your running 3/4gb of ram your get the blue screen of death, i was running 2gb ram and windows 7 run fine and today i put in another gig and blue screened every time, rebooted in to xp and everythink was fine so i know its not the new ram, took out a older ram stick 1gb and it booted win7 fine again....
    Was the RAM different to the old RAM, sometimes if you put different spec RAM in the same channels Windows will not like - it is not recommended to start with especially with Vista/Windows 7
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  10. Posts : 8
    windows xp
       #20

    all the same make
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