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Old 04-15-2013, 10:55 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Default Re: BSOD Troubleshooting

Originally Posted by MMike View Post
I know this abit offtopic but why do you this to me ?
Read your post and read what I said please -_-
I don't want to bother looking through his dump files mind you its 4 zips.
All I am asking him to do is look in it and find the stop error code.

A whole logs of errors won't give me a clear answer as to what is going on.
Not really doing anything to you... You never really gave a reason why you weren't going to download them; you just stated that you weren't going to. And actually, a whole log of errors would help you figure out what is wrong, as that is what BSOD dump files are for: debugging.

If you're trying to get him to troubleshoot himself, then you should suggest what tools he should use to open the dump files and see. Since you didn't, I will:

@Yevrag: get BlueScreenView: Blue screen of death (STOP error) information in dump files.

Direct it towards your minidumps folder, and see what all the codes are and if the driver stack identifies a possible driver issue.
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