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Created On: 04/11/2012 11:09 AM
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 04/11/2012 11:09 AM
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JacobLoos
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Probably not where this should be posted but w/e, recently up'd to this computer, it has a 450w power supply with 3 fans, 8 gigs of ram, windows 7 home premium, and a gt240, I've ordered a 600w power supply and 8 more gigs of ram incase the problem is simply the comp being too bad to handle what im doing, which would make little sense since I can do those things on my old office computer from 2005, so my problem, I blue screen at random, sometimes while just having one tab of chrome/internet explorer open, other times just a game like WoW/SC/LoL open, and sometimes a combination, I've already gotten rid of my amd graphics drivers so they arent interfering with the gt 240s'. I would like to know atleast a few of the possibilites, maybe a faulty motherboard or power supply? Etc. Thanks.

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 04/11/2012 04:50 PM
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Try changing your power management option in your control panel from "Balanced" (which is the default setting) to performance. If the issue is caused by throttling then changing this option will stop your CPU from throttling and hopefully resolve the problem.

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 04/11/2012 07:27 PM
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A complete system specifications list would be really helpful. With brand names. Not just "450w PSU".

Also, you can go under advanced system settings and tell the computer not to reboot immediately after it bluescreens. This should give you time to see the exact error message the blue screen is reporting, and maybe even a file name. We can use that to see what the issue is.

Doesn't sound like the computer is just not good enough. A blue screen just means you have a hardware or software issue going on.

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