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What logs BSOD errors?

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#1 Mol_Bolom


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Posted 09 August 2009 - 06:22 PM

There have been several times that GTAIV has shut down the computer and Vista would show a BSOD, however, it has been so fast that there hasn't been a chance to be able to read it or write it down. So I was wondering where errors are written to. I checked event log, but it didn't have any information except for "The previous system shutdown at 5:27:06pm on 8/9/09 was unexpected". Neither Application nor System event messages show anything for 5:27.

<Edit> I think I found it. Tried playing it myself to which BSOD was too fast to even be able to make out one word, however, this time there's more information and it seems to be a SPK1 problem...Anyway, I don't see a delete button, so this thread can be deleted...

Edited by Mol_Bolom, 09 August 2009 - 08:26 PM.

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