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I've been having several blue screens on random occasions, but mostly whenever I try initiating a game. Sometimes it may crash, other times it just functions properly. I started having the issues a while after the warranty finished, and it's been almost two years since then. I had my machine repaired once and formatted it twice, and yet nothing. The blue screens seem to be random, meaning that sometimes no message comes up, and some other times it gives off some .sys issue and crashes while making this really weird "electronic" sound before I have anytime to write it down. I am operating on windows 7, if you need any additional information, please ask. Thanks a lot, and a happy new year :)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello, though it is a very strange behavior, but lets try to start from a bit of clean up and this time mean physical. Get your self a nice AIR can ( dustbuster) and blow all vent areas throughly specially where the fan is( why the cleaning??? because i want to eliminate the fact that system is being overheated).
Once done with cleaning, download combofix from the link below and save it on your deskto with different name (random letter and numbers, ie hhiiuuy244.exe).
make sure nothing else is running when you run combofix(renamed version), do not click on anything until it has finished running.
when combofix is done it will produce a log file. if at all possible tun off youantivirus and/spyware protection for combofix to run properly.
when all of this done report back your findings.
hope this helps,
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
kernell has over run the memory....
some corrupt registries may also cause this issue...
u can try to run a registry cleaner (Tuneup Utilitis or Registry defrag etc can do the job...search in google)
do a clean install of OS after data backup
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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