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I have problem my pc runing some time suddenly come blue screen and disply appear theare is error ati2dvag incolding this error i restart the pc it come normal

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Well make sure you did not installed incompatible programs and driver in the system this might course file curruption or system scrash which will lead to blue screen of death.

try restor your pc from the previous good and stable mode

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