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Windows Keeps Going Into Bsod Without Reason, What To Do?

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Windows Keeps Going Into Bsod Without Reason, What To Do?

Postby Bainhrydge » Mon Aug 28, 2017 6:06 pm

Hey I am a computer expert and I cannot for my LIFE cannot fix this. I am having a SERIOUS problem. Windows keeps going into Blue Screen upon turn on, restart and resume from sleep mode and it won't stop. I managed to dump the information and saved it in a picture: http://www.jnfzone.com/nihal/vista1.jpg http://www.jnfzone.com/nihal/vista2.jpg

This happens when I use Vista and Windows 7. It doesn't occur in Windows XP. Is there any hints on how to fix this?
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Windows Keeps Going Into Bsod Without Reason, What To Do?

Postby Hardtman » Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:23 am

Could be hardware..have you tried reinstall there computer expert?
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Windows Keeps Going Into Bsod Without Reason, What To Do?

Postby Bhanu » Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:00 am

a drivere issue.
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Windows Keeps Going Into Bsod Without Reason, What To Do?

Postby Liang » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:03 pm

Your machine is old, XP-era. It has devices that your Windows either does not suppoort or for which there are no working Vista/Win7 drivers. Reinstall XP

Or move on and install Linux for a faster, lighter, cheaper experience.
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Windows Keeps Going Into Bsod Without Reason, What To Do?

Postby Bearcban » Sat Sep 02, 2017 4:53 pm

There is absolutely a reason.
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Windows Keeps Going Into Bsod Without Reason, What To Do?

Postby Rugby » Sun Sep 03, 2017 5:27 am

it could be a hardware issue or a driver issue usually a graphics card issue as the drivers are the same for vista and win 7 try updating your graphics driver to see if that cures the problem

if the problem still occurs try uninstalling the graphics driver completely reboot then reinstall it and hopefully the bsod will have gone
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Postby Temple » Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:54 pm

The BSOD happens once you ought to many courses working, breaking the shrink which the computing device has. Your CPU reaches a hundred% each and every time u get BSOD, so basically try to run as much less courses as feasible via going onto the activity supervisor. (administration+shift+esc)
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