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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)' started by pete, Feb 14, 2010.
well Im glad you have hopefully found the solution
your going to lol this but it turned out to be my 10% overclock. when i was recomended to turn down my overclock i turned it down to the 5% overclock setting all the while i was messing around with the drivers and keeping an eye on my processes my pc was fine well after my last post i decided to put the clocks back up and sure enough a couple of hours in BSOD i instantly figured it was the overclock it didnt like so i lowered it back to the 5% setting and all has been smooth again. well atleast i my pc is running smooth now and also sorted a few other underlying issues thanks again and overclocking can be a messy business!