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Frustration #1
#1
Hello again..

At least once a day I get BSODs at startups...this is getting serious! please help me...how can I fix this problem?? PLEASE? (in words that I can understand please...)

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The question - does your room temp changes with outside temp?(even a bit counts) If soo and you're experiencing increase of outside temperatures like half of the rest of the world, increase in cpu temp by few degrees would be completely normal.;P

Speaking of normality, kicking it isn't really normal. Visit some therapist that specialize in anger problems before you start forwarding this anger over people, maybe your pc doesn't have feelings, but it is fragile and loads of bad stuff can happen. The bsod could be the case through, I kind of don't remember having a single bsod on win 7 system as of yet except while I was looking for minimal voltage of my cpu, but then again that was caused by me and completely under my control. If you messed with OC without knowing what you're doing, your system can still be messed up or something bad happened with your cpu.

If you're fairy normal person(meaning you're not a geek), one of the possibility would be dust, couse soo called normal people as an ever lasting rule keep their systems awfully dirty, never clean inside of the case, sometimes even pushing the dust back inside while cleaning the exterior. The dust from somewhere around could drop to the radiator when you kicked it, opening and cleaning properly the case using simply a compressed air could be a difference.

Through generally 43 degrees under cpu stress isn't really any critical temp especially if your gpu is doing something too, and with optimalizations(or rather lack of it) of currently popular web browsers and graphic crappiness of most sites that's a sure, couse cpu's are put inside usually between a PSU, GPU and RAM meaning they're additionally heated up by high usage of those too.
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(03-22-2012, 08:43 AM)miseru99 Wrote: does your room temp changes with outside temp?

maybe thats the problem..checked the temp right now and it was 37 degrees... as for the anger..yes..im guy who loses temper easily and can also KILL somebody if too angry! o_O and one more thing..it wasnt exactly a kick..it was a push that looked like a kick but..anyway! thanks for your reply Laugh
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U mean CPU temp? or Mobo temp?

My CPU temp is 44 right now, and mobo is 37. No BSOD, no kicking
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#5
ah-ha... mine is 39 and 40..and guess what...BSOD after startup again -.-
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#6
if you really living in Greece then it is just spring Tongue

nothing serious about 6 degrees though Wacko

and you need to check your HDD for bad sectors ! Sad
#7
ok i will do that... thanks Smile (I havent seen you for a long time Laugh)
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#8
i can barely have electricity in Syria to have internet access it is like HELL !!!
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...wow...
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#10
anyway with a "kick" the worse thing can happen is bad sectors so good luck

note: where are you living in cave ( referring to not knowing what is happening is Syria ) ?




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