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Hi,
I have Windows 7 Professional 64 bit edition. After booting up and logging in I sometimes get BSoD. then the system reboots and I can log in normally. It doesn't happen too often, but it does occur often enough for me to notice there's a problem. Windows asks to check for a solution to the problem after logging in, but never gives me a solution.

Any ideas on how to proceed and what to do.

thanks in advance.

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I sometimes get BSoD. then the system reboots and I can log in normally

Thats not an Error. it's a system feature. :p

Usually it means a driver fault somewhere, and from that usually it's more often the graphics driver. Try and Update your graphics Card Driver if it's already new try and downgrade to a more stable one. IF you installed anything new recently or right after you started getting the blue screens it's best to check there first.

If you provide more information I can probably help you more.

:)

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when a bsod occur. take the number that appear. and google it anywhere else. you will find the answer

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When the screen appears it only appears for a short time. Memory is quickly dumped then windows restarts. There is not enough time to read or write down the error code.

I have the latest stable version of my video card driver, I have an ATI Radeon hd 4350 graphics card.

Is there some sort of log that I can post to help solve the problem?

Edited by 04ayasin: n/a

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Recently ran disk cleanup so I think that may have deleted all the mini dumps. Ill have to run the program next time the bsod occurs.

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Right got the blue screen again. According to the program the error code is 0x9f. I looked at the microsoft help article for win 7 it did not help.

What do the files at the bottom half of the screen mean on the bluescreen program?

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What computer do you have? Make model or specs.

Also please list all the USB peripherals attached to the machine.

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intel quad core q8200 2.33ghz
4gb ram
ati radeon hd 4350
windows 7 profesional 64 bit edition.

USB's attached keyboard, mouse and Belkin N wireless USB dongle

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ive done a bit of searching and I think the problem may be that I do not have the correct driver for my wireless USB. Windows installed one for me, I have downloaded and installed the drivers provided by Belkin on their website and hope this should help.

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