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Windows BSOD

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BSOD happens when something is wrong... if you don't fix the problem they add up, so you get BSOD more often.

What you should do is disable automatic restart after system crash, and write down the error code, google that and fix the cause.

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I can only take myself as an example. But I've only ever had 1 BSOD on this system, and it was because I tried plugging in a USB3 before the drivers were installed. :P


They should NOT occur several times a week though.

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