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December 11, 2013 1:07:28 PM

I was playing League of Legends and then everything froze with a constant buzzing noise. After that happened, this showed up! What does this blue screen mean?? My friend said that maybe my CPU is overheating but my CPU is at stock clocks with stock fan (this never happened to me).

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December 11, 2013 1:11:41 PM

That is a Blue Screen of Death. They have no real solution, but it is mainly caused by hard drive failure. Firstly, try checking the HDD connectors on both the HDD and the motherboard to see if they are tight.

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December 11, 2013 1:11:51 PM
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get the HWinfo program and see what the temps show up as while gaming on the CPU and GPU, if neither of them are getting hot it may not be a big deal. I would uninstall the Driver for your gpu, and then reinstall the newest version fresh. If the issue still happens run MEMTEST and see if your memory might be going bad.
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December 11, 2013 1:17:17 PM

Nuclear101 said:
That is a Blue Screen of Death. They have no real solution, but it is mainly caused by hard drive failure. Firstly, try checking the HDD connectors on both the HDD and the motherboard to see if they are tight.


I'm not quite sure BSOD(Stop Error's) are mainly related to HDD. Anyways I wouldn't worry to much about this unless you keep getting it. And as Supahos stated i would keep an eye on your CPU and GPU temps while playing since overheating will definitely cause one of these Stop Errors(Blue Screen Of Death)
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December 11, 2013 1:20:09 PM

I bet less than 20% of them are HD related, could be wrong but of the ones I've fixed myself or helped others be it on here or elsewhere weren't HD related. I've never had one on any of the systems I've built/used be from a HD, actually of the 5 I've messed with personally 4 were memory related and 1 was a failing GPU.


This is sort of a lie b/c I did try about 200 different memory setting on my rig before I settled in on one I liked so I got probably 199 BSODs that were memory related but all 199 were when I was running my memory well out of spec.
December 11, 2013 1:22:58 PM

My computer still works though, I just restarted it and then it came back to life.
December 11, 2013 1:25:04 PM

So this is a GPU problem?
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December 11, 2013 1:26:08 PM

nismo_z said:
My computer still works though, I just restarted it and then it came back to life.


Yeah if you don't get them anymore you should be fine to keep on doing what you do. I'd just start to worry once it starts doing it frequently.

nismo_z said:
So this is a GPU problem?


Hard to say, Sometimes these errors come at random and nothing but a small glitch causes them. Like i said if it doesn't do it again I wouldn't worry about it.

Agreed Supahos, I have yet to get a BSOD related to hard drive failure. Just a crash with no BSOD, and or booting to "no boot drive"
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December 11, 2013 1:30:36 PM

I would just keep an eye on my temps while playing a game just keep the program open while palying and check it after you die or when you go back to buy. (I Play some LoL too) and see what the max temp for the cores on you processor are and what the Max temp for your gpu is. If either of them are getting warm it could be a cooling issue. Otherwise it may have just been a small hiccup, happens occasionally. If it happens again and you know your temps are okay, try uninstalling and reinstalling your Graphics drivers.
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