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Why does my computer keep crashing

Tech-_-Noob
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So for the past 4 months my PC tends to blue screen about 7 times a day, sometimes even when I am typing in my password to log into my PC, I’m sure it’s some simple solution but I have no clue on how to fix it, I’ve just been blaming it on my ancient parts, can someone give me some solutions.

 

Please and Thank you

 

I might now see or respond to messages very fast because I’m currently going to bed before posting this.

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system specs might help. do you have xmp/docp enabled? if so, try running it with ram at stock speeds.

also, what is the bsod code(s)

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9 hours ago, bmx6454 said:

system specs might help. do you have xmp/docp enabled? if so, try running it with ram at stock speeds.

also, what is the bsod code(s)

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/dryFC6
 

here’s my parts list

 

Idk what xmp and docp is

 

how do I run ram at stick speeds?

 

and what are bsod codes?

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38 minutes ago, Tech-_-Noob said:

Idk what xmp and docp is

 

how do I run ram at stick speeds?

those are the settings in the bios that will set the ram to the advertised oc(2666, 2933, 3200, ect.), instead of stock 2133.

40 minutes ago, Tech-_-Noob said:

and what are bsod codes?

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25 minutes ago, bmx6454 said:

those are the settings in the bios that will set the ram to the advertised oc(2666, 2933, 3200, ect.), instead of stock 2133.

bsod.thumb.png.26e44e58015334445a0d252376a1f2df.png

My ram is set to the stock 2133 already

 

and I don’t know the bsod codes at the moment but I will let you know the next time my pc crashes

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