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#1 10 years ago

Ok so on my desktop when I boot it up, everything goes normal until I log in. Then the desktop loads up, and a split second after that, I get a fast BSOD, and then it restarts. The blue screen is only up for a fraction of a second and I cant read anything on it. Whats going on here? I have important stuff on this computer. Help Please!




G33kinator

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#2 10 years ago

Can be meny things. Did you overclock any of your pc. if so turn back the overclock to a stable clock.

Could also be your ram if you messed around with that. is the most common reasons BSOD's happen.




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#3 10 years ago
G33kinator;4628794Can be meny things. Did you overclock any of your pc. if so turn back the overclock to a stable clock. Could also be your ram if you messed around with that. is the most common reasons BSOD's happen.

No, neither of these.




kow_ciller

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#4 10 years ago

try and boot into safe mode, see if that works




ConstanceJill

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#5 10 years ago

Try capturing the BSoD with your cell phone if it can ^^




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#6 10 years ago

Its simple format and install your operating system windows is always like that :)




ConstanceJill

Huh yeah, whatever ^^

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#7 10 years ago

That's a bit extreme ^^'




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#8 10 years ago
bredindo;4631051Its simple format and install your operating system windows is always like that :)

Iv never had a BSOD due to windows OS .

My BSODS only happen cuz i overclock to high / unstable.

But yes try to take a pic of the BSOD. or take your pc into a repair shop.




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#9 10 years ago

he already said it's only a fraction of a second so i don't think he'll have the time to take a photo of it




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#10 10 years ago
strjms72;4633026he already said it's only a fraction of a second so i don't think he'll have the time to take a photo of it

thus, why I said to try and boot into safe mode. If he can't even do that I'd say throw the drive in another computer and back up all his files and do a format.




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