Originally posted by sPlAtOiD
I would strip it down to just the Cpu and memory an Video card.
And if you have two Ram chips try just one at a time.
and then begin adding things until you get BSOD. Then you will know the culprit. If that does not work you will need to reformat and reinstall windows.
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