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I Have been frequently havin blue sreen.Could it be my video card has a problem?

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    The latest feedback i received was run the driver verifier.I do not know which driver is been referred to.

  • Jason Edinger May 11, 2010

    Do you have onboard video (is the a vga adapter built onto your motherboard)? If so, remove the video card you have plugged in and use the onboard and let us know if you still get blue screens.


  • Mike Fish
    Mike Fish May 11, 2010

    during your next blue screen i would like you to pay attention to it and tell me what you see, as the blue screen tells you whats causing the problem, when it happens again please tell me the first four lines in the error

  • Sudo Bash May 11, 2010

    A Blue Screen can mean many things... If it has a lot of text on the screen, HEX and Binary numbers (references to memory locations) then what you have is a blue screen of death... This could be from a number of things like faulty RAM, OS Corruptions such as a virus could cause, Disk Read Errors and even CD-ROM read errors can sometimes cause blue screens... There are a wide range of problems that can cause this, so if you could provide information such as numbers or filenames, better yet if it will show you the Blue Screen without shutting off write down all the info it gives you... If you are getting a blue solid color with nothing to read then you may have a bad VGA Cable or your video card / chipset might be going out and hopefully it's not your Monitor. I very highly doubt it is any of that and is very likely a problem with your OS.

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Blue Screen displays wen two or more Programs(Windows Aplication) tries to access one thing ...


in such case


you will have to upgrade your current OS

or

Its better you Install a clean OS(Format your drive and Install it again)

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