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Windows 7 crashes

Post by kebal on Wed Jun 03, 2015 1:42 am

Lol do you remember those cool blue screens that XP had a lot?
Well right now i get it for the 4th time in median xl. In 3 years i never had a blue screen when windows 7 says "Sorry, man, i crashed to prevent damage to your computer, let me make a dump of memory". And three days ago, when i installed median xl i started to get them quite often. Clean 1.12c + d2se + the latest patch, nothing else.


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Re: Windows 7 crashes

Post by kebal on Fri Jun 05, 2015 12:49 am

Windows keeps crashing sometimes... any solution possible...?


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Re: Windows 7 crashes

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Re: Windows 7 crashes

Post by powtek on Fri Jun 05, 2015 1:14 am

Windows 7: Mac-senpai please notice me! Kyaaa~

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Re: Windows 7 crashes

Post by Termy on Fri Jun 05, 2015 1:19 am

It's almost certainly NOT related to Median. BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) is usually caused by software or hardware failures on your system. Drivers being the most common one, given their prevalence, direct access to hardware and general shoddy quality (fuck you Microsoft).

We need more information, in fact, ANY information at all.

Best place to start is the Windows Event Viewer. In windows 7 it is in:
Control Panel -> System and Security -> Administrative Tools -> View Event Log.

Check in Windows Logs -> System.

You're looking for "Error" and very frequent "Warning" messages. Don't look through the whole list, just anything recent or around the time of a crash (the log contains EVERY. SINGLE. THING that has happened on your system since it was first installed).

Click on it and check the "Source" and "Event ID". If the problem isn't obvious, try googling the Event ID. If Google is being unhelpful, post the code here or PM me.

And next time you get a BSoD, write down/take a picture of the error code and google it. You're looking for the "0x whatever" codes.

And many internetpoints to Suchbalance for that amazing picture Very Happy

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