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#1 kaz7

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Posted 15 April 2009 - 06:17 AM

Hi all you people, thanks for the time you give to these sorts of forums, it's a real help to those of us who don't know as much! It's great to share the knowledge.

I'm in the UK, and recently started up my own business so I don't have an IT support person, I'm having to sort out my own issues. I do have an issue at the moment, and I want some advice as to which forum to post my problem on - it's a BSOD issue and I don't think it's a malware related issue, I think it could be a driver or memory problem - any ideas where I should post it?

Thanks in advance,

Karen
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Posted 15 April 2009 - 06:29 AM

Hi kaz7,

Welcome to Bleeping Computer, it's good to see you here.

If your unsure how this board works, please have a look in the New User Orientation forum.

There is also some most useful information in the Tutorials. :thumbsup:

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Posted 15 April 2009 - 10:26 AM

BSODS should be posted in the Forum for your version of Windows, unless they occur during the use of a particular application, in which case they should be posted in one of the application forums.
If you should post a problem in the "wrong" forum, a Moderator will generally catch it and move it to a more appropriate forum where it will receive the most attention.
Welcome to BC!
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