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Windows 7: Following BSOD thread rules Mostly crashes with no BSOD

28 May 2016   #1

North Carolina
Following BSOD thread rules Mostly crashes with no BSOD

So I decided to build my girlfriends kid a PC from all my spare parts so he would stop using mine to play his games and watch his porn.

Loaded the basic games he wanted from steam and nothing else but spybot. He complains about crashes constantly. Installed BlueScreenView but it keeps crashing without bluescreen or BlueSceen doesn't catch "Complete Dump Files". Would love to get this issue resolved, my first guess is it's my CPU or MB as I have tested everything else using my main computers parts. Wish I knew how to read the dump files myself without a 3rd party app.

Thanks in advance for any help.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
29 May 2016   #2

Windows 10 Pro

Hi Skoobiedoobie,

Welcome to the 7forums :)

Are the provided specs in your 'My System Specs' the specs of the pc having the problems?

Please ensure that Windows gets up to date, the system is missing many update that include critical security fixes, improvements for stability and performance and many other things.
Hotfix(s):                 1 Hotfix(s) Installed.
My System SpecsSystem Spec

 Following BSOD thread rules Mostly crashes with no BSOD

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