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while playing Monster Hunter my computer went to bluescreen mode
here's the error that i got
the comp reset befor i got any info on the bluescreen

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:    BlueScreen
  OS Version:    6.1.7600.
  Locale ID:    1033

Additional information about the problem:
  BCCode:    d1
  BCP1:    BDBA1CB4
  BCP2:    00000002
  BCP3:    00000000
  BCP4:    91E6EFC2
  OS Version:    6_1_7600
  Service Pack:    0_0
  Product:    256_1

Files that help describe the problem:

my event viewer says
i have 2 WLAN error
1 kernel crital error
1 bug check error
1 event log error

addtional info
processor: intel core 2 quad Q8400 @ 2.66 ghz
RAm: 4gb
OS: Win7 32 bit
Graphic card: Geforce GT 240

PCSX2 0.9.7.r3876
deafault config

this happnd to me a few months ago but after i updated my drivers it stopd showng up
but for some reason it started popng up agen
i have already manually updated my drivers

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This is not a pcsx2 problem, it's probably a bad overclocking or overheating >_<
EVGA 600 +80 PSU
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OS: Windows 10 Home 
i should have updated this post
BSOD is a problem in win7 users
so to the ppl havng the same problem go to microsoft forum for solutions
Really? I haven't had a bsod yet. What's the trigger to this bsod?
well mine was RAM corruption
but they where not 100% sure
havnt been able to analyze it yet
still DLing the program they told me use...
other BSOD are caused by faulty hardware, driver and compatibility problems...
ah.. so older hardware is causing issues, not suprised tbh. I haven't had any isues thankfully.
good for u Saiki
my problem now is if its really is RAM corruption does it mean i have to buy new ones?
and if i may ask
i remember reading a person havng his CPU voltage higher than his RAM voltage caused him major BSOD
is there any truth to this?
does havng a higher CPU voltage than what your RAM needs really cause CPU damage?
I honestly doubt that a higher voltage than the ram needs can cause CPU damage, because the GPU is what needs said voltage. and if your ram is corrupted, generally, yes, you need new ram. you could try a memory test tool to confirm this. any of the ubuntu cds have this test in their live versions.
yea im DLing a memory test tool right now..
sucks i bought my ram -3 months ago..
i was hopng it would last a year or so
i really fear BSOD cuz i keep reading post about ppl havng thier comp crash and burn (well not literally) cuz of bsod
memory is supposed to have a really long waranty, I'd suggest reading up on yours and seeing about how to get it replaced

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