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Win-Ctrl-Shift-B causing Hardware Error

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I've been having various PC problems recently, mainly to do with GPU drivers (thanks AMD!) and have been using reliability monitor and event viewer to establish a cause. Recently, games such as Rainbow Six: Siege have been freezing a lot for me and my way of fixing it has always been Win+Ctrl+Shift+B so I tried that but it now appears to be crashing my games (which it never did before) and adding a hardware error to reliability monitor( do not know if this has always happened). Is it normal for Win+Ctrl+Shift+B to write a hardware error to reliability monitor? I have just noticed that the 2nd hardware error has a slightly different Bucket ID so I am unsure whether or not this has the same cause as the others

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that combination essentially restarts your graphics driver.. so yeah.. some errors/warnings etc are to be expected

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