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Old 11-07-2011, 12:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
c0rr0sive
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Default Re: Operating System

It sounds to be a driver issue, a lot of times Nvidia drivers and ATI/AMD drivers for a GPU WILL crash, and recover, if it can't recover then you will usually get a BSOD as the system can no longer function with out the driver.

Make sure you fully remove your drivers using something like ccleaner, and re-install them, if possible, remove them under safemode and install new drivers after a restart using full administrative rights.

Also, run memtest86+ on your computer overnight, just to rule out faulty RAM.
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