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Blue screen of death all of the time O_o

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temps are always a big issue when i come to blue screens or unstable clocks on gpu's / cpu's 


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on the next blue screen you should also note the error code it should be on the bottom and look like 0x******* it might point at a issue that has been resolved already and only needs a patch

 

also i see that your hal.dll was missing, so if you hear your pc tell you "sorry dave i cant do that" unplug your pc and keep it unplugged.  :D


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What are your tempretures like. Have you overclocked? Is it only when playing BF4? Try other resource intensive games

 

 

temps are always a big issue when i come to blue screens or unstable clocks on gpu's / cpu's 

I've never really checked my temps while gaming but usually my CPU is running at 27-37 C,  and Mother board runs at about the same I believe, and my graphics card right now is running is at 24 C. I just tested it while running a level on a level of the BF4 campaign and this is what it was http://prntscr.com/2gi16k

The graphics card is a EVGA GTX 760 SC.

 

on the next blue screen you should also note the error code it should be on the bottom and look like 0x******* it might point at a issue that has been resolved already and only needs a patch

 

also i see that your hal.dll was missing, so if you hear your pc tell you "sorry dave i cant do that" unplug your pc and keep it unplugged.  :D

I'll note the code next time it happens :( hopefully that day never comes again though, and sorry I don't get the joke completely. Lol :P

 

 

Edit: Just on a side not earlier I kicked a breaker in my room because I had a space heater and my computer running at the same time so could a lack of power cause the blue screen?

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