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Blue screen of death

On a normal routine of work ie accessing documents there is no problem with the computer but as i start to play game like tomb raider or warcraft it runs fine for a couple of minutes until all goes off and a blue screen of death appears from nowhere. The problem arisese only during the game play.
well can any one have a solution.

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The actual settings for the screen resolution and emulation need to be set hire
right click your game and set resolution to hire setting only for the game
you might need a game patch i had a game like this that required a game patch to play higher screen res and emulation

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