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Windows 7: How to Never See a BSOD Again

07 Jun 2010   #31
Thorsen

Win7 Home Premium 64x
 
 

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I didn't now will it be ok to post it not pixelized If I get in some trouble here, you'll defend me guys, right?
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Ok guys, think you'll agree with me, sometimes it's nice to see BSOD
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thats more like BTOD
I don't now what it is mate, but I'm sure in one thing, I like seeing BSODs or BTODs like that. I wonder how the +1 will look like trying to help there. Actually, I wonder how the help will look like, hmmm...ideas?

thats better. I can tell you what the problem is.... low temperatures. get core temps and monitor them thoroughly. Or run Mammory Test 86
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08 Jun 2010   #32
elsuirad

Windows® 7 Home Basic 64bit, Build 7600
 
 

About #1...

What if you're using a laptop?

The only thing we can replace or change are HDD and Memory.
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08 Jun 2010   #33
Jonathan_King

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by elsuirad View Post
About #1...

What if you're using a laptop?

The only thing we can replace or change are HDD and Memory.
You will need to replace the entire motherboard then. That will take care of the CPU and video card as well.

It will cost you about $300 a week, just so you're not shocked.
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08 Jun 2010   #34
msdos622wasfun

Windows 8 Release Preview x64
 
 

Seriously, we need to go back to DOS. Did it EVER crash?

Just think of how nice tabbed browsing would be on a 80 x 25 text screen with 16 colors!
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09 Jun 2010   #35
Chase

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

So would you NOT recommend using CCleaner's registry cleaner?
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09 Jun 2010   #36
smarteyeball

 
 

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And get a GSOD
No need for that, just get an ATI card
Hey, now don't be a troll. nVidia is the best, that's all there is to it. You ATi fanboys shouldn't be posting on forums.
lol, integrated intel GPU's are where it's really at

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Chase View Post
So would you NOT recommend using CCleaner's registry cleaner?

Seriously, as a general rule - no. Not the 'select all and clean without checking method anyway'.

But if you A) back up the registry first and B) Are absolutely sure you know what you are deleting, then it's okay to use.
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09 Jun 2010   #37
elsuirad

Windows® 7 Home Basic 64bit, Build 7600
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jonathan_King View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by elsuirad View Post
About #1...

What if you're using a laptop?

The only thing we can replace or change are HDD and Memory.
You will need to replace the entire motherboard then. That will take care of the CPU and video card as well.

It will cost you about $300 a week, just so you're not shocked.
SERIOUSLY....

Are you really sure to replace the entire motherboard??
It's a SONY VAIO LAPTOP and it's almost a year since I bought it
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09 Jun 2010   #38
Uber Philf

W7 RTM Ultimate x64
 
 

Hahahahahaha, this is deadly hilarious. My day was going downhill till I saw this. Brilliant!

Haven't had a BSOD, since trying to run my 8GB RAM machine on 4GB with a OC on the CPU.
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09 Jun 2010   #39
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

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So would you NOT recommend using CCleaner's registry cleaner?
Seriously, as a general rule - no. Not the 'select all and clean without checking method anyway'.

But if you A) back up the registry first and B) Are absolutely sure you know what you are deleting, then it's okay to use.
+1 Very good answer.
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09 Jun 2010   #40
derekimo

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 10 Pro x64
 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Grimmjow View Post
I didn't now will it be ok to post it not pixelized If I get in some trouble here, you'll defend me guys, right?
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by severedsolo View Post

thats more like BTOD
I don't now what it is mate, but I'm sure in one thing, I like seeing BSODs or BTODs like that. I wonder how the +1 will look like trying to help there. Actually, I wonder how the help will look like, hmmm...ideas?

thats better. I can tell you what the problem is.... low temperatures. get core temps and monitor them thoroughly. Or run Mammory Test 86
That definately fits the picture!


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